Altbier: history, brewing techniques, recipes
Altbier is considered Cermany's oldest and most famous beer style. This book explains how it was brewed in Dusseldorf centuries ago by brewmonks and brewnuns, and how to brew one today. Covers brewing process, recipes, and much more.
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Altbier throughout History
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