Dave Miller's Homebrewing Guide

Dave Miller's Homebrewing Guide

Dave Miller's Homebrewing Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Make Great-Tasting Beer by Dave Miller
1995 | EPUB | 6.88MB

In this comprehensive guide to homebrewing, Miller clearly explains the best techniques for every step of the entire brewing process. Clear enough for the novice but thorough enough to earn a home in the libraries of brewmasters, this is the essential volume on brewing great-tasting beer at home.

Home Brewing: Self-Sufficiency

Home Brewing: Self-Sufficiency

Home Brewing: Self-Sufficiency by John Parkes
2009 | EPUB | 7.14MB

What could be better than an enjoying a home-brewed organic beer?

This new handbook book includes everything you’ll need to brew a variety of beers at home, from the equipment and techniques needed, to inside secrets from a professional brewer. John Parkes, an experienced brewmaster, explains how anyone can produce delicious beer with the help of just some basic equipment and a few key skills. Those new to home brewing will love the easy-to-follow instructions; adept home brewers will be delighted by the original recipes. Made without unnecessary chemicals and additives, the beers featured here will appeal to anyone seeking a more self-sufficient lifestyle—and they taste great!

The Homebrewer's Answer Book

The Homebrewer's Answer Book

The Homebrewer's Answer Book by Ashton Lewis
2007 | EPUB | 4.26MB

Homebrewing — what hobby could possibly be more rewarding than the one that, in a matter of weeks, yields fresh beer for the happy brewer? It's hard to beat that kind of payoff. Brewing beer is fun, but it's also a demanding process, requiring proper equipment, impeccable sanitation, a basic understanding of the chemical processes involved, and the patience to troubleshoot flavors and aromas that aren't quite right. No matter how experienced the beer maker, questions and problems can develop with every new batch of beer.

Master brewer Ashton Lewis has seen and resolved hundreds of brewing problems and answered thousands of questions from amateur brewers as Brew Your Own magazine's Mr. Wizard. From simple queries on getting started (Are lagers and ales made differently?) to discussions on the niceties of foam (How can I improve head retention?), Lewis provides the answers that homebrewers need. His straightforward information gives readers the confidence to experiment with new ingredients, flavors, recipes, and styles.In a friendly question-and-answer format, Lewis explains the wonderful process of converting malt, hops, yeast, and water into beer. Covering the entire range of situations a homebrewer is likely to face, this handy, at-a-glance reference will maximize the flavor of every batch of brew.

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