Publisher: Avon Books, 1991.
Soft Cover, 398 pages, 5.25 x 8.
Simply put, this book is the bible of homebrewing. Written in an inimitable relaxed style, this comprehensive book details the theory and history of homebrew while concentrating on practical recipes with how-to charts, graphs and tables. Stouts, ales, lagers, porters, bitters, pilseners, specialty beers, and meads ... they're all remarkably easy to make! With The New Complete Joy of Homebrewing (acclaimed by critics and amateur brewers alike as the best and most authoritative guide on the market), you can learn to make beer just the way you like it. PLUS: A complete homebrewer's glossary, a fascinating look at the history of beer, details about the advanced world of all-grain and mash extract brewing, growing your own hops, more than 50 fantastic recipes from Cherry Fever Stout to Monkey's Paw Brown Ale.
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