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Ever watched one of those boring YouTube home-brewing tutorials?

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Honestly I wasn't having a dig. innocent

 

Those little deviations actually break the video up & are good. cool

 

Cheers,

 

Lusty.

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I agree with Lusty,

 

They do break the vid up nicely whilst demonstrating what else you can do whilst brewing instead of staring at the urn all day.

 

Cheers

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Those cutaways are pretty funny, I reckon they should stay too.

 

Have you tried transferring to the cube without whirlpooling it first? I found whirlpooling it made the crap get drawn into the outlet earlier than not whirlpooling it.

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...I do want to make sure I don't put too much random weirdness into my videos though.

Hey' date=' you're in the videos aren't you? That's enough weirdness for anyone to cope with surely? [img']tongue[/img]

 

Keep 'em coming Ruddy. What you manage to condense into those short videos I reckon is very well done. cool

 

Cheers,

 

Lusty.

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Yeah, I stopped bothering to whirlpool it after I noticed the crud settling below the level of the tap outlet when it was just left to sit. It took longer to be drawn into it this way so I could get more wort into the cube without having to have any of that crap in there with it.

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Well done Puppeteer Master, quite entertaining....with bloopers! biggrin

 

You do need some suitable intro/exit music (dependent on each video perhaps?) wink

 

Good stuff!

 

Keep 'em coming & let us know how the brew turned out! tongue

 

Lusty.

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Hah - I can tell you that what was in the "kit" was that EB porter I stuffed up, and it's still coming along nicely despite my errors on the day

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You might notice that I censored what I said when I gave up trying to find the spoon wink I think the funniest bit though is my reaction when I see how far I shot it across the table!

 

It took me about 20 goes to get this one right - very annoying. You'll notice there's a few times when I say things like "put in some water ... nice" and no water goes in because I simply couldn't do it all fast enough for the pre-recorded commentary. I had a point of no return when the "kit" went in as well, so luckily I didn't stuff up after that!

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Here we go ...

 

 

I probably could have done better, but I think that part of the "charm" of these videos is that they're kinda crap wink

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Don't worry - I'll probably upset a few 3V-ers by saying BIAB is fully evolved. Why don't you get an urn anyway?

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Yes very entertaining and instructional. Good camera work and you have a good narration voice, off camera audio is a good idea.

 

Oh I might try vegemite in my next batch, its a yeast extract after all:)

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Oh I might try vegemite in my next batch' date=' its a yeast extract after all:)[/quote']

 

lol That might be interesting, don't think it'd do much though tongue. I'm guessing that's referencing something in the video, which I haven't watched yet. Footy and cricket on the TV take precedence. w00t

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Evolution of a Brewer

 

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Wow I've just turned pro in 3 minutes and 57 seconds!

(plays it back @ ½ speed)

Thanks!

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Just watched the latest pilsner. Is that a SCA 25 litres cube you are using? Did you drill a hole in the lid for an airlock? The squeezing part (the bag not the cube). I have a small grape press I would use to get the last drop out. I would scale it down.

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