New Brewing Lager Beer: The Most Comprehensive Book for Home- and Microbrewers

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Brewers Publications, 1996 - Cooking - 363 pages
Revised and expanded, this text includes more information on craft-brewing techniques and more information specific to ale brewing. Author Greg Noonan guides the reader through an advanced discussion on how to produce high-quality beer every time you brew.

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A bit dated, a bit dry (it seems sufficiently technical for a professional brewer), but surprisingly comprehensive; information about lagering, secondary fermentation, lager yeast strains, krausening ... Read full review


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About the author (1996)

Greg Noonan was a pioneer in home-brewing methodology, an acclaimed brewing author, a co-founder of one of the first brewpubs in New England, an innovator in professional brewing techniques and a truly great publican. He opened theVermont Pub and Breweryin Burlington, VT in 1988 after getting the legislature to pass a bill to accommodate the concept of brewpubs. In 1993, Greg wroteScotch Alefor theClassic Beer Stylesseries fromBrewers Publicationsand followed that with a revision of his original work titledNew Brewing Lager Beer, in 1996. He received theRecognition Awardfrom theAmerican Homebrewers Associationin 1997, theAchievement Award fromBrewers Associationin 2004, theRussell Schehrer Award for Innovation in Brewingin 2005 and numerous posthumous awards. The most oft-repeated accolade about Greg Noonan was that he always took the time to talk to anyone interested in brewing.

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