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Home Brewing Audiobook

Home Brewing: 70 Top Secrets & Tricks to Beer Brewing Right the First Time: A Guide to Home Brew Any Beer You Want

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Home Brewing: 70 Top Secrets & Tricks To Beer Brewing Right The First Time: A Guide To Home Brew Any Beer You Want is the definitive book on making quality beers at home. Whether you want simple, sure-fire instructions for making your first beer, or you're a seasoned home brewer working with all-grain, this book has something for you. The book covers the full range of brewing possibilities - accurately, clearly, and simply.

From ingredients and methods to recipes and equipment and troubleshooting for brewing beer at home, Home Brewing: 70 Top Secrets & Tricks To Beer Brewing Right The First Time: A Guide To Home Brew Any Beer You Want is loaded with valuable information on brewing techniques and recipe formulation. It's a must-have for every new and seasoned brewer's library.

©2013 Yap Kee Chong (P)2013 Yap Kee Chong

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    Patrick Sill 07-13-16
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    "Just buy John Palmer's book How to Brew"
    What was most disappointing about Scotts Jason’s story?

    There were several bad pieces of advice such as adding sugar to your rehydrating yeast. That might've been the norm years ago but now, it wastes the yeasts reserves that are included by the manufacturer. Plus, you don't want your yeast getting used to something that's so far off your wort.


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    This was essentially just a summary of John Palmer's book, with a few bad pieces of advice thrown in. For your money and knowledge, just go buy Palmer's book instead. It has a lot more info and it's extremely useful.

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    adam 02-09-15
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    "can't wait"

    I cant wait to try my hand at craft beer. The tips in this book were very helpful

    1 of 9 people found this review helpful

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