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Zymurgy 2013 Volume 36 No.2

Zymurgy 2013 Volume 36 No.2
Published: 
2013
Pages: 
72
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Brew Your Own 2013 Volume 19 No.2

Brew Your Own 2013 Volume 19 No.2
Published: 
2013
Pages: 
88
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Home Brew Classics: India Pale Ale

Published: 
2012
Pages: 
184
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IPA Evolution of INDIA PALE ALE

Published: 
2012
Pages: 
352
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Zymurgy 2012 Volume 35 No.6

Zymurgy 2012 Volume 35 No.6
Published: 
2012
Pages: 
72
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Zymurgy 2013 Volume 36 No.1

Zymurgy 2013 Volume 36 No.1
Published: 
2013
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72
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Brew Your Own 2013 Volume 19 No.1 - Not available Missing

Brew Your Own 2013 Volume 19 No.1 - Not available Missing
Published: 
2013
Pages: 
80
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Brew Your Own 2012 Volume 18 No.8

Brew Your Own 2012 Volume 18 No.8
Published: 
2012
Pages: 
96
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Brew Your Own 2012 Volume 18 No.7

Brew Your Own 2012 Volume 18 No.7
Published: 
2012
Pages: 
95
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Radical Brewing

Radical Brewing
Published: 
2004
Pages: 
350

From the Publisher
Radical Brewing: The New Classic of Beer Literature
History, humor and homebrewing converge when the creative and prolific mind of Randy Mosher explores the expressive side of beer in Radical Brewing.
Mosher sees homebrewing—and by extension craft brewing—as an antidote to corporate, mass-market beers. Over two decades of brewing and beer research, he has probed the depths of beer history in both his reading and his brewing. Radical Brewing displays the many unique ales and lagers that have resulted from his celebration of beer while serving as a vehicle for discussing a creative, "outside the lines" approach to modern brewing. Through it all, the reader is treated to Mosher’s irresistible love of beer and brewing as well as some very humorous asides on beer history.

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Zymurgy 2012 Volume 35 No.5

Zymurgy 2012 Volume 35 No.5
Published: 
2012
Pages: 
88

Features
Wood’s Wild Side
By David Batcheller
Wood aging beer can bring a multitude of flavorful aromatic compounds and chemicals that, when balanced with a beer’s character, can add an amazing level of complexity. 
The Intricacies of Baltic Porter
By Matt Lange
Baltic porter is something of an enigma in the brewing world. It is both a porter and a lager, dark but not roasty, malty but not heavy, strong yet drinkable, extreme yet refined. 
Making Great Coffee Beer
By Nathan Watkins
Some things go together: bacon and eggs, thunder and lightning, and of course coffee and beer. As a professional brewer, I’m on a continual quest to make the perfect coffee beer.
Brew Dogs: Brewing with Four on the Floor
By Diana Davis

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Brew Your Own 2012 Volume 18 No.6

Brew Your Own 2012 Volume 18 No.6
Published: 
2012
Pages: 
88
  • IPA 2.0
  • Brewing With Nuts & Seeds
  • Fermented Foods
  • Behind the Scenes at Homebrew Competitions
  • Doppelbock
  • How to Brew In a Bag
  • Dial Back Diacetyl
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Brew Your Own 2012 Volume 18 No.5

Brew Your Own 2012 Volume 18 No.5
Published: 
2012
Pages: 
88
  • Homebrewer's Troubleshooting Guide
  • Collaboration Clones
  • American Wild Ales
  • Drewrys - Brewing Up Beer History
  • Robust Porter
  • Home Beer Lab Tips
  • Add Your Extract Late
  • Yeast Metabolism
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Brew Your Own 2012 Volume 18 No.4

Brew Your Own 2012 Volume 18 No.4
Published: 
2012
Pages: 
80
  • Brewing Great Beer With American Hops
  • Homebrewing Cask Ales
  • The House of Heileman
  • Make a Belgian Dark Strong Ale
  • Build a Brew System Water Filter
  • Repitching Yeast
  • Probe Placement for Fermentation
  • 2012 Label Contest Winners
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