by Darryl Richman
|January 26, 1998
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You'll find everything you need to understand, appreciate, and brew bock in this book.
by Ian Bowering
|January 4, 1989
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The Canadian thirst for beer is legendary. A national pastime with the same associations as camping, sports, patio weekends and college festivities, a tall foamy beer is just something most Canadians feel passionate about. In The Art and Mystery of Brewing…
by David Miller
Considered the father of all lagers, continental Pilsener changed the course of brewing around the world.
by Terry Foster
Porter reviews the history of George Washington's favorite beer and teaches you how to create this rich, full-bodied ale for your own enjoyment.
by Greg Noonan
With this book, Noonan presents his keen insights into yeast, hops, malts, water, and brewing conditions to help you achieve a superior batch of Scotch ale.
by Eric Warner
|October 13, 1998
Murder and Death, Cow Mouth, Gut Rot, Bitchy Maid-judging from the recipe names, the beer-drinking public of Cologne during the Middle Ages was a tough crowd. Home to this delicate golden ale, Cologne (Koln in German) enjoys one of the oldest brewing traditions…
by George Fix
George and Laurie Fix have written this well-researched profile of an enjoyable beer style to both drink and brew.
Warner taps years of personal experience to profile the history, tradition, and brewing techniques of this truly unique beer style.
by Pierre Rajotte
Pierre Rajotte traveled the globe in search of the ultimate brew and found that Belgian ale is the pinnacle of artistic brewing complexity.
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