Brew Ware: How to Find, Adapt & Build Homebrewing Equipment

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Storey Communications, 1996 - Cooking - 259 pages

There's nothing that matches the satisfaction of having just the right tool or equipment to perform a task - and brewing tools are no exception, especially when you've created or adapted them yourself.  Brew Ware is your complete guide to choosing or making the right equipment for your homebrewing endeavors.  If you are thinking about brewing or increasing your brewing capacity, this book is the first piece of equipment you will need.

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User Review  - Zathras86 - LibraryThing

As a beginner just getting in to homebrewing, I was hoping this book would help me make the most cost-effective choices on basic equipment and perhaps provide some neat ideas for assembling the basic ... Read full review

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First Chapter paid for the book on sources of cleaning chemicals. The subsequent chapters have got me thinking about my own brewery layout which is the whole purpose of the book. I have lots of brewing books but this one will be a frequent reread and ponder. Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Co-author of three Storey books, Karl F. Lutzen is also an editor of the on-line public domain recipe collections, Cat's Meow I, II, III. His Storey books include Homebrew Favorites and More Homebrew Favorites.

Mark Stevens lives in Bedford, New York.

Randy Mosher is well-known in the beer world for his illustrations and his beer label designs. His work is frequently seen in Zymurgy. Randy is a public speaker, teacher, writer, and enthusiastic promoter of traditional beer styles. He is the author of "The Brewer's Companion" and "Radical Brewing", as well as many articles and columns for All About Beer, the country's leading beer magazine. Randy live in Chicago, Illinois.

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