Spectrophotometry and Beer’s Law

By Brian Lemay 20 comments

It’s Professor Dave, let’s talk spectrophotometry. As we have learned in a previous tutorial, kinetics is the study of reaction rates. Sometimes we will want to know how quickly or slowly a chemical reaction will happen. Therefore, any kinetic study will require monitoring the concentrations of a particular reactant or product over time, to see […]

Dom Chambers Chugs A Beer With Intoxicating Magic! – America’s Got Talent 2019

By Brian Lemay 100 comments

I’m Dom I’m 26 and I am a magician. When I was six years old my granddad wanted to find a way to relate to his grandkids something to bond with us and magic was what he chose and that’s where my obsession with magic began I loved it and decided I’m going to be […]

Cozy drinks to warm you up ☕

By Brian Lemay 100 comments

tis this season for warm specialty fall beverages and today we’re gonna be making five of them it’s like being hugged from the inside the beautiful thing with making these drinks yourself at home is that you know exactly what goes in it so you can control the level of sweetness and make it a […]

Eggnog | How to Drink

By Brian Lemay 35 comments

– This is “How To Drink,” a show about making cocktails and how to drink them. I’m Greg and I have never been a professional bartender. I’ve never even had a job in a bar. I don’t worry too much about precision and technique, because at the end of the day, if the drink you […]

What’s In Madison Beer’s Bag | Spill It | Refinery29

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What’s the saying with Orbit gum? Something British? I don’t know. This is one of my favorite bags. There’s a lot of stuff in it, mostly junk. And today I’m going to spill it. One of my favorite bags because my grandmother bought me it. It has these big handles so when I’m walking around […]

Avoiding Big Problems : Keeping On Top Of Your Wine Cellar Cooling Unit Repairs

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The customer reported to have problems with their cooling equipment. The owner is a new owner to the home they’ve only been living there for a year and were unaware of the condition of their wine cellar cooling equipment. Here we’re looking at the condensing unit. Again the importance of servicing the condenser and the […]

Ribeye Steak and Beer Matching | John Quilter

By Brian Lemay 100 comments

FoodTube! John Quilter aka The Food Busker and I’ve got the most amazing ribeye steak for you now and we’re going to do it with a coffee and shallot butter it’s so good, it sits in the fridge, you can just take a slice and drop it on it’s so tasty but what’s really cool […]

Root Beer Ice Cream Recipe

By Brian Lemay 100 comments

welcome friends today in the kitchen we are going to attempt to make a root beer ice cream recipe I’m not terribly sure how this is going to work out but we’re going to give it a go since we’ve got all the roots we made root beer why not take all of the roots […]

[Brewery Series] Sour Beer 101: Brewing Tart, Funky, Dry and Flavorful Brews

By Brian Lemay 1 comment

I’m Adam Thomas. I’m the director of barrel operations at MobCraft Beer. Today, we’re going to be talking about the wild and sour program Today we’re in the wild and sour barrel room at MobCraft Beer and here we age most of our sour beers in wooden barrels that you can see behind me. During […]

Best Wine-Dave Matthews The Dreaming Tree Crush Red Blend Review

By Brian Lemay 4 comments

Hello and welcome the TheGrape.com’s video wine library! Today we’re featuring a special wine review of Crush a Red Blend wine from The Dreaming Tree Vineyards in California and famed owner and musician Dave Matthews. Priced around $15 dollars, Crush was made to be enjoyed on any occasion. It can be found at most supermarkets […]