Home Brewing Course: Learn How to Make Your Own Beer

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Home Brewing Course: How to Make Your Own Beer


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Brewing Your First Beer Is Easier Than You Think.

If you enjoy drinking beer then you’ve probably thought about brewing your own.

I know I have.

Many times while tasting a flight of beer at a local brewery, I’ve thought to myself “hmm… if this was a little hoppier or a little more full-bodied” – I always felt like I could improve on that beer but I didn’t know how to brew. The truth was… I was intimidated about brewing my own beer. Yet… I still had daydreams of making my own beer someday.

I had convinced myself that brewing beer would be complicated. Until I tried it.

This course is a summary of all the knowledge my roommate and I received from our beer brewing journey that resulted in 6 different beers totaling 30 gallons.

What You Will Learn From This Course

  • An introductory understanding of the background of beer
  • Knowledge about the different types of beer and why they are different
  • Benefits of brewing your own beer and requirements to brew
  • The necessary and best equipment to use to brew from your home
  • The step by step process of brewing to make sure you get it just right
  • Understanding of ingredients in recipes and their role in the brew
  • A thorough list of possible problems and solutions


  • Access to a kitchen
  • A Brewing Kit (We’ll discuss this in the course)

What To Do Next?

Are you ready to brew your first craft beer?

I’ll walk you through step by step in this course and be available to answer any questions you have along the way. Think of me as your ‘beer brewing tour guide.’

It might be confusing where to start but let me make it clear to you what the first step is…

Register for this course.
The next step in your craft beer brewing journey is waiting.

Course Curriculum

Course Sections



Different Types of Beer

Different Types of Beer Continuation

More Ales…

Lager, Wheat and Malt

Lager, Wheat and Malt Continuation

Benefits of Brewing Your Own

Benefits of Brewing Your Own Continuation

Time and Space Requirements

Equipment for Brewing Part 1

Equipment for Brewing Part 2

Section 5 – Brewing Process

Section 5.1 – Brewing Process Continued

Section 5.2 – Brewing Process Continued

Section 6 – Order of Operations

Section 6.1 – Order of Operations

Section 7 – Understanding Recipes

Section 7.1 – Example Recipes

Section 7.2 – Blonde Ale Brewing Videos

Section 7.3 – Belgian Ale Brewing Videos

Section 7.4 – German Hefeweizen Brewing Videos

Section 7.5 – Stout Brewing Videos

Section 7.6 – Belgian Pale Ale Brewing Videos

Section 7.7 – Porter Brewing Videos

Section 8 – Problems and Solutions

Section 8.1 Kettle

Section 8.2 Electric Stove

Section 8.3 Tubing & Barb Fitting

Section 8.4 Residue on Fermented Wort

Section 8.5 Flavor is Acidic or Sour

Section 8.6 Fermentation Stops Too Early

Section 8.7 Fermentation Never Starts

Section 8.8 Rust Residue

Section 8.9 Hops Boil Over

Section 8.10 Not Enough Carbonation

Section 8.11 Overly Carbonated Beer

Section 8.12 Fermentation Overflow

Section 8.13 Airlock or Cap Pops Off


12 student reviews
  1. Laura Rael says:

    Home Brewing

  2. Hayden says:

    Skillsuccess~ best online course provider
    Every process in Brewing Beer was very detailed introduced in this course. Love it so much! Thanks a lot to Skill Success providing the high quality courses for us!

  3. Phillip says:

    I never thought making your own beer could be that easy.

About The Instructor


My name is Andy Norris and I've been an engineer for 5 years. I graduated from SDSU with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, and I am EIT certified in California. I currently work as a salary design engineer for a multinational diversified engineering and manufacturing corporation. I have a passion for teaching and I hope my courses help you succeed in your professional life, as well as your personal life.