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Scott Milliken/Erin Shelton - Beer Hacking - Real World Examples (Phreaknic 12) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Scott Milliken/Erin Shelton - Beer Hacking - Real World Examples (Phreaknic 12)

        You build your own computers from the bare parts. You'd die before paying someone else to actually write a basic HTML page for you. So why is it that you pay up to 10x the actual cost of making beer for something of lesser quality? This presentation will cover the various methods of making your own alcoholic beverages (beer, cider, wine), including the equipment required and approximate setup costs for each. Even if your skill in the kitchen is limited to the microwave, there is a method of brewing that will work for you. Some experimentation tricks will also be covered so that you can literally hack your beer to create a new flavor. Samples of various batches made by the presenters will be available during the presentation, assuming they haven't already drunk all of it.


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Thanks to the Phreaknic crew, SkyDog, Lady Merlin and the A/V team SomeNinjaMaster, Night Carnage, Greg, Brimstone, Poiu Poiu, Mudflap, and Drunken Pirate for setting up the rigs and capturing the video.

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