More Homebrew Favorites: More Than 260 New Brews! by Mark StevensMore Homebrew Favorites: More Than 260 New Brews! by Mark Stevens

More Homebrew Favorites: More Than 260 New Brews!

byMark Stevens, Karl F. Lutzen

Paperback | January 7, 1997

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Karl F. Lutzen and Mark Stevens offer 260 original recipes for innovative and tasty homebrews. With straightforward directions for making both extract and all-grain beers, you’ll be inspired you to try your hand at new and exciting varieties. Cool off on a hot day with a refreshing Kiwi Mint Ale, or brighten a rainy day with a fortifying Northwest Stout. Whether you prefer American lagers, Belgian ales, or something more exotic, you’ll find everything you need to know to brew your favorite beers at home. 
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...
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Title:More Homebrew Favorites: More Than 260 New Brews!Format:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.88 inPublished:January 7, 1997Publisher:Storey Publishing, LLC

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0882669680

ISBN - 13:9780882669687

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Table of Contents

Preface

1 Brewing to Style

2 Pale Ales

3 Brown Ales

4 Porters

5 Stouts

6 Belgian Ales

7 German, Scottish, Strong & Specialty Ales

8 European Light Lagers

9 European Dark Lagers

10 American Lagers

11 Wheat Beers

12 Fruit Beers

13 Herb & Spice Beers

14 Hybrid Styles

15 Meads

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From Our Editors

AAll Brewers, even those who formulate their own recipes, will want to own this wide-ranging recipe book, which includes recipes for both extract and all-grain beers, offering combinations for novices and experienced homebrewers; clear, straightforward directions for making ales, lagers, meads, and specialty beers; unusual recipes for exotic brews; directions for brewing lesser-known beers; and comments and brewing tips from contributing brewers