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Brew your own Beer...or everything you wated to know about home brew but were too incoherent to ask!

Brew your own Beer...or everything you wated to know about home brew but were too incoherent to ask!
Published: 
1983
Pages: 
77

If drinking beer alone isn't much fun, writing a book alone about beer drinking is even worse.  Thankfully this book was a circus due to unbounded assistance and support from a bleary-eyed team, for which we say..."bottom's up", to Mike Ryan, Kathy Coolahan, Anne Wark, Paul Pinkerton and Jack O'Brien.

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Historical Companion to House-Brewing, The

Historical Companion to House-Brewing, The
Published: 
1990
Pages: 
156

- An unusual source of information;
- A manual for the home brewing enthusiast;
- A good read for a lover of beer culture.
This book contains a wealth of detailed historical information on European beers, complemented with beer recipes from the 15th to 19th centuries, from Britain, the Low Countries, Germany and Austria. It destroys some myth s and asks many questions about our modern concept of what beer is and how it should be made.
To achieve this diversity, step by step instructions are given on how to make malts which one can no longer buy in order to brew beers which haven't been commercially available for at least the last 100 years,  The reader is exactly informed of the scientific principles involved and gains an understanding of some of the quirkier, eben bizarre procedures of early brewing.  Thus even the novice can overcome the practical problems of adapting old techniques and brewing methods to the modern kitchen.

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Home Beer Making

Home Beer Making
Published: 
1980
Pages: 
106

This book is for anyone who wishes to save money by making his own beer.  The possible savings are immense - if you drink two pints a day you can save up to ten per cent of your disposable income.
Whether your idea of brewing is opening a can and adding water or brewing from malted barley in the traditional way, the author clearly explains how to make the very best beers, designed to suit your own palate.  All methods of home beermaking are described in detail, the advantages and disadvantages of each are discussed, and recipes for making virtually all of the main beer types are included.
But this is more than just a collection of recipes with step by step instructions - it explains in straightforward language, often with easy to follow diagrams, the complex brewing process and gives you all the necessary information to adjust both your techniques and your recipes.

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Big Book of Brewing :seventh impression, The

Big Book of Brewing :seventh impression, The
Published: 
1981
Pages: 
254

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Home Brewer's Companion, The

Home Brewer's Companion, The
Published: 
1994
Pages: 
464

 
Product Description
All across the nation- and the world-people have been discovered the unparalleled pleasures of brewing savory beers, ales, lagers, bitters and meads right in their own homes.  Acknowledged "home brew guru" Charlie Papazien can help you take your home brewing to the next level.
 
Whether you're a novice or a pro, a dabbler or a dir-hard, The Home Brewer's Companion supplies valuable information, in depth details, solutions,
the latest techniques and equipment..
 
Plus dozens of uniquely delicious new recipes for everything from fruit beers to nonalcoholic brews.
 
Get the Most From Your Malt.
 

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Dave Miller's Homebrewing Guide

Dave Miller's Homebrewing Guide
Published: 
1995
Pages: 
368

Amazon.com Review
While authors of entry-level brewing books do well to alleviate the fears of anxious new brewers, advanced writers benefit from a pointedly informative approach. Dave Miller's dry, technically versed style has earned him widespread respect through
his own publications
as well as his work with
Brewing Techniques
, the first-rate magazine for small-scale brewers. Really an update to his classic
Complete Handbook of Home Brewing
,
Dave Miller's Homebrewing Guide
is clear enough to introduce advanced techniques to the average home-brewer, yet thorough enough to provide a permanent reference for the expert.

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Brewing Made Easy: From the First Batch to Creating Your Own Recipes

Brewing Made Easy: From the First Batch to Creating Your Own Recipes
Published: 
1996
Pages: 
96

Review
“If you are looking for a book to get you up and brewing fast, Brewing Made Easy is for you.”   Zymurgy
 
Product Description This book contains the simplest brewing directions ever written, with easy-to-understand illustrations by graphic artist and homebrewer Randy Mosher.

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New Complete Joy of Home Brewing, The

New Complete Joy of Home Brewing, The
Published: 
1991
Pages: 
398

Amazon.com Review
"Relax. Don't Worry. Have a home-brew." It's the mantra of home-brewing, a phrase that nods to the technical aspects of brewing only as it dismisses all stress with a sip and a smile. Home-brewing is
fun
, after all.
Charlie Papazian
didn't just coin the term, he virtually spearheaded the home-brewing revival in America. Figurehead for the American Homebrewers Association and its membership magazine,
Zymurgy
, Papazian is one of the founding fathers of the modern home-brewing scene.

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Brewers Companion, The

Brewers Companion, The
Published: 
1995
Pages: 
224

Being a complete compendium of brewing knowledge thoughtfully arranged for the amateur brewer , containing numerous and diverse charts, tables, graphs &c., as an aid in the sucessful brewing of quality beer.
Revised edition

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Zymurgy (Volume 29, Issue 2)

Zymurgy (Volume 29, Issue 2)
Published: 
2006
  • Untamed yeasts and other beer beasts
  • 11 beers you can brew
  • Kyle Hollingsworth: Bluegrass and beer
  • Fuller's famed ESB
  • Foiling fermentation flaws
  • Celebrating a beer hero
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Zymurgy (Volume 29, Issue 3)

Zymurgy (Volume 29, Issue 3)
Published: 
2006
  • Brewing Champagne Beer
  • 8 beers you can brew
  • The secret to hop aroma and flavor
  • Bamberg's beer trail
  • Geeks: Fermentation kinetics
  • National Homebrewers Conference Preview
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Zymurgy (Volume 29, Issue 4)

Zymurgy (Volume 29, Issue 4)
Published: 
2006
  • 14 beers you can brew
  • Stone Brewing turns 10
  • Dried yeast vs. liquid yeast
  • Last drop: Fun in the sun
  • World Beer Cup Results
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Zymurgy (Volume 29, Issue 6)

Zymurgy (Volume 29, Issue 6)
Published: 
2006
  • Hop up your holidays meals with beer
  • 11 beers you can brew
  • Brewing extreme lagers
  • Oddities in the mash tun
  • Paring beer and food
  • Seasonal Brews: A Tale of Artic Ale

 

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Zymurgy (Volume 29, Issue 1)

Zymurgy (Volume 29, Issue 1)
Published: 
2006
  • The joys of low-tech brewing
  • 10 beers you can brew
  • Rock your world with stone beers
  • Big brews over an open fire
  • Brewing by the seat of your pants
  • T'ej: Ethiopia's imperial mead
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Zymurgy (Volume 28, Issue 5)

Zymurgy (Volume 28, Issue 5)
Published: 
2005
  • The taste of success
  • 32 beers you can brew
  • Confessions of a serial medal winner
  • Reverse cloning of homebrew recipes
  • National Homebrewers Conference coverage
  • Vietnam's exotic drinking culture
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