VIDEOS ABOUT CRAFT BEER AND HOMEBREWING
DrHans Brewery is the name of my home brewery here in Stockholm, Sweden. And the name of my YouTube channel DrHans Brewery. Even though I’m a Swedish homebrewer, I decided to make my YouTube channel in English. To be able to connect with a broader worldwide audience of craft beer lovers and homebrewers from all over the globe.
On my YouTube channel, I put out weekly videos about beer, brewing, and experimental brewing. I am sometimes trying out known brewing habits and the next just going bunkers and trying out something completely crazy. Remember,
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Keeping it real
The ground base for my YouTube Channel And Blog is that it’s a learning and educational journey in the world of craft beer and homebrewing. Both for me and my viewers/readers. The staple in that foundation is to keep it real and honest. If someone sends me a homebrewed beer for review, they’re going to get my honest opinion about it. Even though no one likes to hear about that their beer being bad, has flaws and off-flavors. But It’s from being honest we all can start to learn from each other how to become better brewers and brew better beer. It has always been a staple point for my channel, and it always will be” Regardless if it is a sent in beer mail or the beer tasting at the end in one of my grain to glass videos. A gear review of brewing equipment bought or received to try out and showcase. My voice is my own, and you will always get the Doctors honest opinion. Even though being the carrier of bad news about someones homebrewed beer isn’t always easy.
As my channel started to grow
Commercial companies have started to reach out to me. And I do welcome that! Cause it benefits both my viewers and me as it makes me be able to put out more and better quality content both here on the website and YouTube. But, I will never promote anything that I don’t believe in!
Those are my first words when being contacted. Always!
All of my recipes
For those who are interested in even more content from DrHans Brewery consider becoming a supporter at Patreon.
Patrons get heads up, more content and a lot of all-grain homebrewing recipes in the ever-expanding Doctors Book of Recipes.
Brewing and filming gear
As my channel started to grow, frequent questions started rolling in. Mainly about beer brewing techniques and brewing gear. But also about the equipment, I use for serving and kegging beer. And as I’m doing videos about craft beer and homebrewing. Also about the tools and methods I use in the making of my videos. To make it easier for both myself and my viewers I try to collect the equipment I use and recommend for beer, brewing, filming etc over at my Amazon Influencer Storefront.
If you can’t find it there or if you have any questions you’re always welcome to get in touch. There’s a contact form on the bottom of every page at this website.
DrHans Brewery T-shirts
Another way of supporting my channel is of course to buy merch. Check out the DrHans Brewery’s Merch Store. The store ships worldwide and every purchase helps the channel with a small contribution. And… If you send me a picture of you wearing a DrHans Brewery T-shirt I can put it in one of my videos or a blog post.
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Growing hops at home
I am tying up ropes for the hop bines to climb on. I’m on my second year now of growing hops at home in my garden/forest. I have mostly Swedish varieties. This year I have. Mauritz 85, Svalöf S, Korsta, Hulla Norrgård. The non-Swedish types I have growing are Magnum and Hallertau Mittelfrueh. I have two playlists on my YouTube channel about my hop growing and brewing adventures with my homegrown hops. There I share a lot of tips and mistakes I’ve learned.
And don’t forget about my hydroponic hops mini-series where I try to grow hops without soil directly in water.