Great Beer from Kits

by Dennis Fisher, Joe Fisher

Storey Publishing, LLC | January 4, 1996 | Trade Paperback |

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An exceptional guide for helping kit brewers get the most from their kits. Also included are kit rankings, recipes, and troubleshooting tips.

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 176 Pages, 5.91 × 8.66 × 0.39 in

Published: January 4, 1996

Publisher: Storey Publishing, LLC

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0882669117

ISBN - 13: 9780882669113

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Great Beer from Kits

Great Beer from Kits

by Dennis Fisher, Joe Fisher

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 176 Pages, 5.91 × 8.66 × 0.39 in

Published: January 4, 1996

Publisher: Storey Publishing, LLC

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0882669117

ISBN - 13: 9780882669113

Table of Contents

Dedication

Acknowledgments

Welcome to the Wonderful World of Kit Brewing

1. Basic Brewing Techniques

2. Selecting the Right Ingredients

3. Recipes by Style and Region

4. Equipment

5. Time to Enjoy

6. Troubleshooting

Glossary

Appendix

A: Amounts and Conversions

B: Kegging the Cornelius Way

C: Using a Wort Chiller

D: Selected Beer Kit Suppliers

Bibliography

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From the Publisher

An exceptional guide for helping kit brewers get the most from their kits. Also included are kit rankings, recipes, and troubleshooting tips.

From the Jacket

Do you want to try homebrewing but fear you will still have questions after opening your kits? Do you already make beer from kits but want to fine-tune your brew to suit your taste? In straightforward terms this guide will steer you through the basics of kit brewing to create great beer -- the first time and every time.

-- Step-by-step techniques for brewing from kits

-- Complete equipment list

-- Directions for everything from choosing a style to bottling

-- Suggestions for tailoring kits to create your own varieties

-- Recipes from around the world

-- Features of selected kits

-- Instructions for adapting metric kits to fit standard US sizes

-- Helpful troubleshooting guide

About the Author

Joe Fisher is a freelance writer who has worked as an assistant tapster in Oxford, where he became acquainted with real beer. He has written many articles for The New England Coastal News, a bi-monthly newspaper on maritime subjects. Committed kit brewers with a history of success, Joe and his brother Dennis are members of the American Homebrewer''s Association, Seed Savers Exchange, Flower & Herb Exchange, Maine Organic Farmers'' and Gardeners'' Association. They have written for Zymurgy magazine and live and brew in Winterport, Maine. Together they have written Storey''s Brewing Made Easy, Great Beer From Kits, and The Homebrewer''s Garden.

Dennis Fisher is a freelance writer who has worked as an assistant tapster in Oxford, where he became acquainted with real beer. He has written many articles for The New England Coastal News, a bi-monthly newspaper on maritime subjects. Committed kit brewers with a history of success, Dennis and his brother Joe are members of the American Homebrewer''s Association, Seed Savers Exchange, Flower & Herb Exchange, Maine Organic Farmers'' and Gardeners'' Association. They have written for Zymurgy magazine and live and brew in Winterport, Maine. Together they have written Storey''s Brewing Made Easy, Great Beer From Kits, and The Homebrewer''s Garden.

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Do you want to try homebrewing but fear you will still have questions after opening your kit? Do you already make beer from kits but want to fine-tune your brew to suit your taste? In straightforward terms this guide will steer you through the basics of kit brewing to create great beer - the first time and every time; Step-by-step techniques for brewing from kits, complete equipment list, directions for everything from choosing a style to bottling, suggestions for tailoring kits to create your own varieties, recipes from around the world, features of selected kits, instructions for adapting metric kits to fit standard US sizes, and helpful troubleshooting guide.
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