Clone Brews: Homebrew Recipes for 150 Commercial Beers

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Storey Books, 1998 - Cooking - 171 pages
4 Reviews
You can now brew beer at home that tastes just like your favorite brands with this collection of 150 "cloned" recipes for premium beers from around the world, such as:

-- Pilsner Urquell

-- Pete's Wicked Ale

-- Guinness Extra Stout

-- Paulaner Hefe-Weizen

-- Dos Equis

-- Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

-- Bass Ale

-- Anchor Steam Beer

-- Foster's Lager

-- Chimay Red

All 150 recipes come with separate extract, mini-mash, and all-grain instructions. You'll also find tips for replicating any commercial beer so you can make your own clones when you discover a new favorite!

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Review: Clonebrews: Recipes for 200 Brand-Name Beers

User Review  - Ryan Sestric - Goodreads

Admittedly, I haven't read EVERY page, but it's a recipe book. There are SO many beers they clone. I'm currently working on one (finally as my beer queue is massive), and in totally excited! Lots of grew ideas, easily laid out for the home brewer! Read full review

Review: Clonebrews: Recipes for 200 Brand-Name Beers

User Review  - Michael W - Goodreads

Loved this book, It gave extract methods and all grain/partial grain recipes for each. Invaluable as a beginner/intermediate brewer. Read full review

About the author (1998)

Not only can husband-and-wife team Tess and Mark Szamatulski create a great homebrew recipe book, CloneBrews, but they are also busy putting these same recipes into practice. They have spent years developing these recipes for the happy customers of their homebrew supply shop, Maltose Express, in Monroe, Connecticut, where they live.

Not only can husband-and-wife team Tess and Mark Szamatulski create a great homebrew recipe book, CloneBrews, but they are also busy putting these same recipes into practice. They have spent years developing these recipes for the happy customers of their homebrew supply shop, Maltose Express, in Monroe, Connecticut, where they live.

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