Homebrewing: Beginner basics to creating your own award-winning recipes
HOMEBREWING - VOLUME 1 is unique among homebrewing books in that the reader can brew their very first batch of beer at home after reading only the first two chapters. Subsequent chapters provide additional information about ingredients & step-by-step instructions on more advanced brewing techniques. HOMEBREWING - VOLUME 1 devotes more than 75 pages to troubleshooting & frequently asked questions (no other current homebrewing text has more than 15 pages on these important subjects!). Al Korzonas has been homebrewing for more than 10 years & has owned a homebrewing supply store for the last 5. This has given him the opportunity to hear hundreds of beginners' questions & to help the reader avoid the problems commonly encountered by novice brewers. Al has won more than a hundred awards for his homebrewed beers in competitions around the country. He shares the recipe formulation knowledge that he has earned from perfecting recipes for competition. HOMEBREWING - VOLUME 1 is the first homebrewing book that takes the beginner from their very first batch to being able to create his or her own original, prize-winning recipes from malt extract, specialty grains, hops, water, yeast, spices & fruits. For more information: Sheaf & Vine, P.O. Box 1673, Bridgeview, IL 60455. email: firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.xnet.com/~korz; 708-430-4677.
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BREWING YOUR FIRST BATCH
BEGINNING HOMBREWING QUESTIONS
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