The Homebrewer's Answer Book: Solutions to Every Problem, Answers to Every Question
Ashton Lewis supplies practical, easy-to-follow answers to all the questions that bubble up in the course of brewing your own beer. Covering all stages of the homebrew process, Lewis provides expert advice on buying hops, sanitizing your equipment, troubleshooting unpleasant flavors, the best way to pour beer into a glass, and much more. This comprehensive guide will help you understand brewing chemistry, fix problems, and achieve the flavor and balance you want in all of your handcrafted beers.
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A compilation of Q&As from Lewis's years as the Mr. Wizard advice columnist for Brew Your Own magazine, this provides insight on a wide range of topics. In total, Lewis thoroughly covers all the ... Read full review
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