by Amahl Turczyn
|January 26, 1998
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Each chapter begins with a description of a beer style, with recipes for every level of brewer-from extract to all-grain.
by Fal Allen
|April 1, 1998
Finally, the definitive book on one of the world's mysterious beers that clearly explains the romantic term barley wine.
by Jim Parker
|January 20, 1999
This Mother of all Beers has come a long way since its murky beginnings as the first beer style ever produced.
by Ray Daniels
|April 21, 1998
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This beer group activity book has 101 amazing, odd, and creative ways to enjoy the celebration of homebrewing.
by Michael Lewis
Michael Lewis, Ph.D., traces the changing view of this popular beer style from a medicinal tonic to its glorified position in today's beer world. Illustrations and photos throughout.
by Paul Hertlein
|October 15, 1998
Techniques, trade secrets, & personal recipes.
by American Homebrewers Association
Brew like a winner! This fun collection of 126 original, award-winning homebrew recipes was selected from winners of the American Homebrewers Association National Homebrew Competition.
by Horst D. Dornbusch
|March 3, 1998
In Prost! author Horst Dornbusch has extracted from his vast knowledge of German history and beer all of its best parts, and mixed into a fine brew. 141 b/w illustrations and photos, 1 table
From the lively flavor of A Peek Under the Kilt Scotch ale to the sensuous bite of Lady of the Morning continental dark bock, these recipes will thrill your taste buds and tune your brewing skills.
This book explains how Altbier was brewed in Dusseldorf centuries ago by brewmonks and brewnuns, and how to brew one today.
by Lee W. Janson
|January 10, 1996
Here’s a class they didn’t offer at your school (although maybe you did some independent study of the subject). Here, in nontechnical language, is the real story of what’s going on in that bucket, carboy, and bottle. Does every brewer need to…
by Geoff Larson
|February 20, 2001
The wood makes the difference. Imagine the sweet aroma of smoking alder or cherry, and the flavor that's transported from the smoked malt into the finished beer.
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