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Evaluating Beer

Evaluating Beer
Published: 
1993
Pages: 
224

The long and seemingly endless search for a book completely devoted to the intricacies of beer evaluation is over. Evaluating Beer, by Brewers Publications, will unlock the mysteries of beer and confirm that you don't have to be a brewing scientist to understand beer evaluation. With the guidence of our authors, who represent more than one hundred years of combined experience, you'll learn all about flavor components, sensory perception and more. Evaluating Beer will answer your beer evaluation questions and leave you with a better understanding of beer-flavor dynamics.

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Brewing Quality Beers - The Home Brewer's Essential Guidebook

Brewing Quality Beers - The Home Brewer's Essential Guidebook
Published: 
1993
Pages: 
128

Now you can learn the secrets of successful home brewing from America's foremost teacher of the craft! Discover a kaleidoscope of beer styles, ranging from golden lagers and pale ales, to rich porters, barley wines, and imperial stouts, all of which you can brew in your own home. Brewing Quality Beers, the second edition is a text on brewing from the personal notebook of the 1986 National Homebrewer of the Year! This expanded; second edition includes detailed instructions for kegging draft beer at home, step by step mashing procedures for all-grain brewing. Water treatment and hop bittering tables for the most common beer styles and a section of all-grain recipes for advanced brewers are included as well.

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Brewing Beer the Champs Way (copy 2) third edition

Brewing Beer the Champs Way (copy 2) third edition
Published: 
1984

Basic information for the beginning homebrewer.

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Brewing Better Beer

Brewing Better Beer
Published: 
2005

This publication uses the workshop method of instruction to lead the readers into proven recipes for prize-winning beers.

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Brewing Beer the Champs Way (copy 1) third edition

Brewing Beer the Champs Way (copy 1) third edition
Published: 
1984

Basic information for the beginning homebrewer.

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Designing Great Beers: The Ultimate Guide to Brewing Classic Beer Styles

Designing Great Beers: The Ultimate Guide to Brewing Classic Beer Styles
Published: 
2000
Pages: 
390

Formulas, ingredients, historical and modern-day brewing practices – all these details and more are covered in Designing Great Beers. Drawing on information from old brewing records, books, contemporary beer analyses, and hundreds of award winning recipes, author Ray Daniels provides a wealth of data on the current and historical brewing techniques and ingredients for fourteen of the world’s most popular ale and lager styles.

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