Brew Ware: How to Find, Adapt & Build Homebrewing Equipment

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Brew Ware: How to Find, Adapt & Build Homebrewing Equipment

by Karl F. Lutzen, Mark Stevens, Mark Stevens

Storey Publishing, LLC | January 8, 1996 | Trade Paperback |

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There''s nothing that matches the satisfaction of having just the right tool or equipment to perform a task - and brewing tools are no exception, especially when you''ve created or adapted them yourself.  Brew Ware is your complete guide to choosing or making the right equipment for your homebrewing endeavors.  If you are thinking about brewing or increasing your brewing capacity, this book is the first piece of equipment you will need.

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 272 Pages, 5.91 × 8.66 × 0.39 in

Published: January 8, 1996

Publisher: Storey Publishing, LLC

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0882669265

ISBN - 13: 9780882669267

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Brew Ware: How to Find, Adapt & Build Homebrewing Equipment

by Karl F. Lutzen, Mark Stevens, Mark Stevens

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 272 Pages, 5.91 × 8.66 × 0.39 in

Published: January 8, 1996

Publisher: Storey Publishing, LLC

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0882669265

ISBN - 13: 9780882669267

Table of Contents

Foreword

Introduction

1 The Home Brewery

2 Building a Home Brewery

3 Tools

4 Grain Mills

5 Mashing, Lautering, and Sparging

6 Brewpots and the Boil

7 Chilling the Wort

8 Fermenters

9 Bottling

10 Kegging

11 Growing and Drying Hops

12 Yeast Culturing

Afterword

Appendix A: Building a Motorized Mill

Appendix B: Metric Conversion

Appendix C: Suppliers

Glossary

Further Reading

Index

From the Publisher

There''s nothing that matches the satisfaction of having just the right tool or equipment to perform a task - and brewing tools are no exception, especially when you''ve created or adapted them yourself.  Brew Ware is your complete guide to choosing or making the right equipment for your homebrewing endeavors.  If you are thinking about brewing or increasing your brewing capacity, this book is the first piece of equipment you will need.

From the Jacket

Proper equipment takes the hassle out of homebrewing.

There''s nothing that quite matches the satisfaction of having just the right tool or equipment to perform a task -- and brewing tools are no exception, especially when you''ve created or adapted them yourself. Homebrewing authors Karl F. Lutzen and Mark Stevens offer great ideas, from home-sized versions of commercial brewery equipment to simple gadgets that make brewing easier or safer. To help brewers choose the best tools, they offer a balanced evaluation of the advantages and drawbacks of each.

Brew Ware contains step-by-step projects and devices for:

-- Ingredient processing and storage

-- Working with wort

-- Chilling and aerating wort

-- Fermenting

-- Measuring

-- Bottling

-- Kegging

-- Mashing

About the Author

Co-author of three Storey books, Karl F. Lutzen is also an editor of the on-line public domain recipe collections, Cat''s Meow I, II, III. His Storey books include Homebrew Favorites and More Homebrew Favorites.

Co-author of three Storey books, Mark Stevens is also an editor of the on-line public domain recipe collections, Cat''s Meow I, II, III. His Storey books include Homebrew Favorites and More Homebrew Favorites. Mark is a technical writer who is a member of the American Homebrewers Association and the Beer Judge Certification Program. His articles have appeared in All About Beer magazine.

From Our Editors

Using this handbook, homebrewers, tinkerers, and putterers can create their own microbrewery that is safe and makes brewing easier.
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