The Home Brewers Answer Book

  • The Home Brewers Answer Book
    The Home Brewers Answer Book
    Product ID: 9781580176750
    Category: Drinks and Beverages
    Description: Home brewing - what hobby could possibly be more rewarding than the one that, in a matter of mere weeks, yields fresh beer delights to the happy brewer? It's hard to beat that kind of payoff. Brewing beer is fun and delicious, but it's also a demanding process, requiring proper equipment, impeccable sanitation, a basic under- standing of the chemical process of brewing, and the patience to troubleshoot flavours and aromas that aren't quite right. No matter how experienced the beer maker, unforeseen questions and problems can develop with every new batch of beer. Master brewer Ashton Lewis has seen and resolved hundreds of brewing problems and answered thousands of questions from amateur brewers as Brew Your Own magazine's Mr. Wizard for 11 years. In a friendly question-and-answer format, Lewis explains the wonderful process of converting malt, hops, yeast, and water into beer. Covering the entire range of situations a home brewer is likely to face, this handy, at-a-glance reference will maximise the flavour of every batch of brew.
    Delivery time: 3 - 5 working days
    Delivery cost: 2.95
    Author: Ashton Lewis
    Price: £9.89
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