Drew can Brew, Too.

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At Affiliate Summit West 2010 I attended a few parties put on by Karen (@karengarcia) & Joel Garcia (@joeldgarcia) and Wade Tonkin (@affile8warrior) of GTO Management. The big one was Strike Out Breast Cancer Midnight Bowling Fundraiser and it was so much fun. How we ended up leaving before the group picture is beyond me. I so missed out but leaving early.

What I didn’t miss out on however was a special meetup and free beer party. This party was put on by GTO Management and MakeBeer.net. At this event we were able to try six different flavors of Coopers homebrew beer.

Cooper's Beers

I tried the Lager and the Stout and they were both delicious. I didn’t win my own Homebrew kit but I will be ordering one soon to make my very own beer. This kit is not only inexpensive ($99.00 gets you a full setup to brew your first set of beers) but easy to use. I just watched these videos that detail the process of making your own beer. I will be creating my own videos as well so you can see how my beer making prowess progresses. Please note that the links to MakeBeer.net are affiliate links through the very cool affiliate network ShareASale.

Take a look at these videos:

Video #1 introduces you to the process. Explains what is in the kit.


Step 1 of the process: Mixing


Step 2 of the process Brewing


Step 3 of the process: Bottling


Step 4 of the process: Enjoyment.


I can think of a bunch of people that I know who enjoy beer enough to want to brew their own. For me I can see working on making beer with Allison and with my Dad, too. Allison is excited because Cooper’s has a wheat beer and she likes wheat beer. I love lager and stout and they were delicious so I look forward to making my own. I’ll take you along for the journey as I make beer.

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7 thoughts on “Drew can Brew, Too.”

  1. Homebrewing is fun! I haven’t brewed any beer in a while, but I’ve been thinking of getting back into it. I already have a lot of equipment, but I might try some of these beer kits.

    I’m sure it says so in the instructions that come with the kits, but it can’t be emphasized enough…everything that touches your beer must be sanitized. I usually just fill up the bathtub, add some regular bleach, and let the equipment soak in that for a while, then rinse. Sanitizing everything is more work than the actual beer brewing, but it’s a most important step.

    Cheers!
    .-= Look at what Christine wrote blog ..I hate people =-.

    1. Neil,

      I made some of my own videos too. It was at the time when I made my first batch of Coopers. The beer turned out great. I’ll be doing it again soon.

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