Evaluating Beer

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Brewers Publications, Jan 1, 1993 - Cooking - 238 pages
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From defining off-flavours to analysing award-winning beer, Evaluating Beer will help develop your tasting and evaluating skills. Chapters are written by recognised beer experts, including Jim Koch, Charlie Papazian, Greg Noonan, George Fix, and a host of others. From diacetyl to DMS to Sulphur and yeast bite, discover what it to perform exacting beer evaluations. Evaluating Beer is perfect for beer judges, homebrewers, and brewing professionals.

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User Review  - Beau Belger - Goodreads

Written by some of the greatest beer minds of modern times, these men and women took beer from a 4 letter word to a work of art that is only appreciated fully by an educated drinker. It drives my ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ben - Goodreads

I was hoping for more information on how to taste beer and various techniques for untangling and describing the multitude of aromas and flavors that I find in beer. Instead I got several essays on how important and difficult evaluating beer is. Read full review

Contents

IHTRODUCTIOH
1
TNE FLRUOH OF BEEB
15
SENSORY ASPECTS OF ZYKOLOGICRL EURLDRTION
30
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