The Brewmaster's Bible: Gold Standard for Home Brewers, The

The Brewmaster s Bible Gold Standard for Home Brewers The The Beer Renaissance is in full swing and home brewing has never been popular According to the American Homebrewers Association there are currently million home brewers in the country and their

  • Title: The Brewmaster's Bible: Gold Standard for Home Brewers, The
  • Author: StephenSnyder
  • ISBN: 9780060952167
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Beer Renaissance is in full swing, and home brewing has never been popular According to the American Homebrewers Association, there are currently 1.2 million home brewers in the country, and their numbers keep rising Tired of the stale ale, bland beer and lackadaisical lagers mass produced by the commercial labels, Americans are discovering the many advantages oThe Beer Renaissance is in full swing, and home brewing has never been popular According to the American Homebrewers Association, there are currently 1.2 million home brewers in the country, and their numbers keep rising Tired of the stale ale, bland beer and lackadaisical lagers mass produced by the commercial labels, Americans are discovering the many advantages of brewing their own batch of that beloved beverage superior aroma, color, body and flavor.For both amateur alchemists eager to tap into this burgeoning field and seasoned zymurgists looking to improve their brews, The Brewmaster s Bible is the ultimate resource Its features include Updated data on liquid yeasts, which have become a hot topic for brewers 30 recipes in each of the classic beer styles of Germany, Belgium, Britain and the U.S extensive profiles of grains, malts, adjuncts, additives and sanitizers recipe formulation charts in an easy to read spreadsheet format detailed water analyses for than 25 cities and 6 bottled waters directories to hundreds of shops and much .

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    1. The Brewmaster's Bible starts off great, but in the end it falls short of canonicity.Stephen Snyder opens TBB with great introductory material: easy how-to's on yeast starters and decoction mashing. A few great tables on different fermentables yields.But TBB falls apart in the long, long recipe section. The recipes don't all hold to the same format or the same tone. Some give specific metrics to shoot for (IBUs, SRM), and other's leave you with little more than an estimated ABV.Neither is the to [...]

    2. Impressively thorough coverage of the subject, though it gets redundant in places (esp. w/r/t/ a ale vs. lager brewing). The thing I liked the most, and the reason I would recommend it to beginning brewers, is that Snyder covers even the most mundane aspects (e.g cleaning/sanitizing, making priming solutions, etc.) in fine detail. There are a lot of useful tables, and it's typeset nicely (2-column layout, with good use of call-out boxes and bold/italicized text), but there are few (any?) images, [...]

    3. Most people seem to have learned to brew through friends and Papazian's The Joy of Homebrewing. Me, I didn't have easy access to friends who brewed or Papazian's book, but I did pick this book up very early in my brewing history. I wouldn't recommend any other book for starting or even moderately experienced brewers. It's a goldmine of good brewing informaton and it's organized in a way that even if you don't read the whole thing, you'll easily find the tidbits you need to get started, troublesh [...]

    4. To me, one of the best resources for the home brewer. There is a ton of information that starts at a very beginning level, and moves up to a more advanced level for people moving from extract to whole grain brewing. There are a lot of collected recipes in almost every style, and they really try to get a range of difficulty for the recipes as well. My copy is battered, beaten, torn, and stained, but still used nearly every time I brew. Helped me become the brewer I am today

    5. Excellent resource for new brewers.There are many great recipes for amateur brewers and solid resources for more advanced techniques.The Maryland Style IPA is good and the oak chips are interesting especially after a short aging period. It's not as good of an IPA as simply dry hopping.The Fire Breathing Stout is one of the best extract brews I have had. Similar but richer and more burnt than LIONS STOUT.

    6. Overall a very useful book (I actually have two copies of it). It describes good brewing methods, has some very insightful tables and charts. It digs deep into the history of styles and what makes them unique. It also has hundreds of pages of recipes. The information though is somewhat dated (both ingredient charts and recipes). A lot has changed in craft brewing (both on the home level and the commercial level) since 1997, and this book shows its age. Otherwise it is a great resource.

    7. Nowhere near as good as How To Brew, but still a nice resource with quality photographs and approachable writing.

    8. This is an excellent resource for those interested in brewing their own beer. It's got a ton of information on the process, grains, hops, adjuncts, water quality, equipment, etc and it has a large selection of recipes as well.

    9. I've read all of the detailed info here on beer, its history, homebrew, ingredients and beer styles, which is the first 100+pages. The rest of this big book is recipes, and I will be using this as a reference and source going forward for some great homebrew ideas

    10. Great book. Very detailed and relevant for many experience levels. The version I read is 20 years old, so it is a bit dated, but still very useful.

    11. A worthy reference. The Internet age makes the book less valuable as a recipe source, but the formulas, charts, background, and glossary are very useful.

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