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Homebrewing DIY is a podcast covering the do it yourself aspect of homebrewing. We talk about all of the DIY contraptions you see in homebrewing. We will discuss what the inventor is trying to achieve. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/homebrewingdiy/support

Homebrewing DIY is a podcast covering the do it yourself aspect of homebrewing. We talk about all of the DIY contraptions you see in homebrewing. We will discuss what the inventor is trying to achieve. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/homebrewingdiy/support
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Homebrewing DIY is a podcast covering the do it yourself aspect of homebrewing. We talk about all of the DIY contraptions you see in homebrewing. We will discuss what the inventor is trying to achieve. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/homebrewingdiy/support






AHA 2020 Events with Matt Bolling

Today we talk with Matt Bolling event planner for the American Homebrewers Association about all of the planned 2020 events. We also talk about all of the great benefits you get from he AHA and how they are supporting the brewing community. Get ready for 2020! Find out more about the AHA here: https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/ Here is info on Homebrew Con: https://www.homebrewcon.org/ Events page: https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/aha-events/calendar/ The website is now...


SheBrew Festival and Competition With Jenn McPoland

Support the show on Patreon at http://patreon.com/homebrewingdiy SheBrew is a very cool beer festival in Portland Oregon. This week I am very excited to bring you Jenn McPoland the organizer of both the festival and the homebrewing competition. So if you know a brewer that is a woman or identifies as a woman get them ready to submit their beers. There is a link to the official Shebrew website below. Show Sponsor Brewfather: https://brewfather.app/?via=homebrewingdiy Festival info...


CraftBeerPi with Manuel Fritsch

Support the podcast by trying Brewfather for free: https://brewfather.app/?via=homebrewingdiy Today we are talking to Manuel Fritsch all the way from Germany about his brewery automation software called CraftBeerPi. This has been a highly requested show and I am happy to deliver it to you. CraftBeerPi is a piece of software that can bring your fully automated brewery to the next level. If you have thought about going electric this is a show for you. Below are some resourced to see if...


The Hombrew Hacks Show With Evan Sherlock

Today we do our first annual Hombrew Hacks Show. We took user-submitted hacks and Evan Sherlock of the Olde Town Mash Paddlers reads them with me. This is our last show of 2019 so join us! There are some photos from the show that I posted so head over to the website http://homebrewingdiy.beer to see them. See you all in 2020!!! The website is now live! Check out more detailed show notes and images at https://homebrewingdiy.beer Support this podcast:...


Low Oxygen Brewing with Bryan Rabe

I am always looking for new podcasts to listen to. I am sure that is shocking to no one. In my searches I found a podcast that in episode 1 told about a brewers journey to find something missing from his beers and how he found it. So today we are talking with Bryan Rabe about his podcast and the community they built all about low oxygen brewing. We will talk with Bryan today on Homebrewing DIY If you want to dive deeper into low oxygen brewing here is Bryan's website:...


Oktober Can Seamers with CEO Dennis Grumm

Today we are talking to Dennis Grumm the CEO of Oktober Design. They have a very cool lineup of can seamers and they have a seamer for the homebrew level. We talk with Dennis today about all things canning at home to how breweries approach their canning. Here is Oktober's website: https://oktoberdesign.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI37eUtYeu5gIVl9hkCh1y5wDOEAAYASAAEgL2GvD_BwE You can follow them on Instagram too: https://www.instagram.com/oktoberdesign/ The website is now live! Check out more...


Norwegian Farmhouse Brewing with Chip Walton of Chop & Brew

Kveik is a type of yeast that has been taking the brewing community by storm. There are so many beers being made with this yeast today you may never have known that it was a traditional farmhouse strain from Norway. Today we will talk with Chip Walton from Chop & Brew and will he describes his Norwegian brewing adventure. We'll talk about the Kveik yeast and Norwegian farmhouse brewing today on Homebrewing DIY. For detailed show notes and Chop & Brew's list of Kveik videos head over to...


DIY Beer Labels with Kory Lazar

Support the show by shopping ingredients or gear at Adventures in Homebrewing: https://www.homebrewing.org/?AffId=682 When making beer there are all kinds of things you can do to make it look great, making clear beer is one of them, and really Kick-ass packaging is another. So we are going to take a stab at discussing making your own beer labels with graphic designer Kory Lazar today on Homebrewing DIY Head over to the website http://homebrewingdiy.beer and you can see detailed show...


The AC Based Chiller with George Duncan from Barley and Hops Brewing

I was scouring the nets looking for someone that has built an AC unit glycol chiller. Then I saw the videos that George Duncan has been making on his Barley and Hops Brewing Youtube channel. At that moment I knew He had to be on the show. Not only has he build a similar project he has a ton of content to dive down a very long rabbit hole of homebrewing projects and test. George is a funny, passionate homebrewer and he is very dedicated to his community and following. So stick with me while...


Homebrew Clubs With Evan Sherlock

On today's show, we talk to Evan Sherlock about homebrew clubs. How he found his first club and how he became the president of the Olde Town Mash Paddlers. We discuss how to find a club, the benefits of being a member of one. We also talk about how to start one yourself. You can find out more about the Mash Paddlers at Https://otmp.club if you are in the Denver area stop by! If you are looking for a club in your area you can find one here:...


Packaging Beer With Aaron Haag From Plato's Gravity

Today we are talking to Aaron Haag form Plato's Gravity Podcast about all things beer packaging. We start with bottling, move to kegging and discuss building a keezer. Check out Aaron's show Plato's Gravity at http://platosgravity.com or search for it on your favorite podcast service. The website is now live! Check out more detailed show notes and images at https://homebrewingdiy.beer Support this podcast: http://patreon.com/homebrewingdiy Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, and...


DIY Malting with Giovanni Giannetti

Support the podcast and sign up for Brewfather for free: https://brewfather.app/?via=homebrewingdiy Get ad-free versions of the show! Sign up for the basic level its only $1 a month on https://www.patreon.com/homebrewingdiy Books form today's episode: Malting at Home: https://amzn.to/31EmLNE The Homebrewer's Garden: https://amzn.to/2MzVoA9 Notes: I am always looking for DIY projects to feature on this show. When I saw some of the things the Giovannni Giannetti had built as part of his...


The Internet of Things Home Brewery with Philip Levin

On this show, we have dealt with a bunch of individual tech projects, but on today’s show, we are going to talk to Philip Levin all the way from Haifa Israel. Philip talks to me today about how he has taken apartment brewing to another level with his Internet of things brewery. For detailed show notes and links head over to http://homebrewingdiy.beer The website is now live! Check out more detailed show notes and images at https://homebrewingdiy.beer Support this podcast:...


Fermentrack Part 2 with John Beeler

On episode 2 of this podcast, I attempted to explain to my friend Aaron Bandler the type of fermentation controller that I used for my set up. Then a couple of days later John Beeler reached out and agreed to do the show. John is the creator of the Fermentrack software. The Raspberry Pi based temperature controller forked from BrewPi. I felt our conversation was something I had to share so we are going to take on Fermentrack again today on Homebrewing DIY For detailed show notes with...


The Tea Urn Brewery with Steve and Russ Cooksey

Quick Disclaimer: When using plastic in your brew setup please make sure you are using food-grade plastics. Information about food-grade plastics can be found here: https://extension.usu.edu/archive/which-plastics-are-safe-for-food-storage Show notes One of the things that has always blown my mind about homebrewing is just the creativity homebrewers use to make beer. Whether it is out of necessity or frugalness, where there is a will there’s a beer to be made. Today we are talking to Russ...


BrewPi Remix with Lee Bussy

The BrewPi is an amazing piece of software and hardware and has been around for a very long time. Today we are going to talk about the Brew PI Remix and how you can build a controller easier than ever keeping you fermentation dials to a tenth of a degree. Le Bussy the creator of Brew Pi Remix talks to us today on Homebrewing DIY. There are more detailed notes and photos and Lee's Skeeter Pee recipe over at our website at http://hombebrewingdiy.beer Support this podcast:...


iSpindel with David Osadchy

We talk about the iSpindel electronic hydrometer. With iSpindel you can view real-time gravity and temperatures in your brew. You can build one for very little money and get great results. Dave Osadchy has built many iSpindels and talks to you about how he found the project and how you can built your own. Support the podcast: Monthly Support: Http://anchor.fm/homebrewingdiy/support Try Brewfather for Free: http://brewfather.app/?via=homebrewingdiy Buy a Homebrewing DIY Sticker:...


The Beer Barn with Jim Spaulding

This episode is brought to you by Brewfather click here or on the banner to try for free: Http://Brewfather.app/?via=homebrewingdiy On this episode, we talk to Jim Spaulding about his Beer Barn and how he built it himself. Home makes great beers and his DIY projects are built around his brewing process. If you want to see some photos of Jim's brewery head over to https://homebrewingdiy.beer/index.php/2019/09/12/episode-3-the-beer-barn-with-jim-spaulding/ The website is now live! Check out...


Fermentrack With Aaron Bandler

Today we talk about a very powerful fermentation controller for your fermentation chamber called Fermentrack. Using a Raspberry Pi and a ESP 8266 you can really dial your temps and watch your gravity in real time if you have a Tilt or iSpindel. More information about fermentrack: http://www.fermentrack.com or https://www.homebrewtalk.com/forum/threads/fermentrack-fermentation-monitoring-brewpi-www-replacement-for-raspberry-pi.649303/ Feedback email: podcast@homebrewingdiy.beer Please...


Brew Kettles With Justin Saba

Today we are talking to Justin Saba. We talk about one of the most basic parts of home brewing and that is your brew kettle. We discuss what we use and modifications you can make to yours. Follow the show on Twitter, Instagram and Face book search for @homebrewingdiy Feedback Email: podcast@homebrewingdiy.beer Music for this podcast: Intro Music: SUNBIRDS by BOCrew (c) copyright 2012 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/BOCrew/38854 Ft:...