While it's not rocket science, when some first here about homebrewing, they are impressed that you actually bottle the beer. Not sure why. I guess they just never thought of it.
A quick You Tube search resulted in many videos on how to bottle beer. So, I selected one, and here it goes. It's worth the watch. I found out something I didn't think about before, and do a few things different too.
I haven't experienced the bottling tip getting stuck, so I don't to the tap thing. I guess once bitten, twice shy.
Using the dishwasher as a catch for splashes is a great idea, which I heard of before and began to utilize. Even if very careful, there will be overflows.
I don't set anything on the floor. We have too many animals... or should I say, our house isn't nearly as clean as his.
He didn't say anything about splashing while racking into the bottling bucket. Also, for fear of oxygen, I fill 2 or 3 bottles and then cap them, going back and forth to limit the exposure. Whether this matters much or not, it makes me feel like I can have better control.
I like the voice overs and the text on the screen... very helpful. And the video is short and to the point.