Brewing Engineering

Brewing Engineering

Brewing Engineering

2nd Edition fully professionally edited for 2014. Brewing Engineering is the culmination of extensive work done to understand how each part of the brewing process works. Understanding is developed into application and presented in a way that brewers can utilize, regardless of background. If you are a beer geek like me, I’m sure you’ll find reading about brewing science quite entertaining. If you are more of an artist, don’t worry: each exploration wraps up into practical application of the concept. If you have visited my blog, much of this information will look familiar. The most valuable posts have been included in this book. Each one carefully edited, and in some cases expanded on and even re-written. In addition, some of the infor

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Five Stars, June 21, 2016
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Whoa, what happened., February 23, 2015
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This is not a book. It’s a disorganized mess.

I bought this after reading an article written by the author. I was hoping for something that made a bit more sense. This is like reading pure chaos.

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Very practical but a bit inconsistent, April 29, 2015
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The author provides many practical tips for home brewers that fill in the gaps from other standard home brewing guides. Unfortunately, there are inconsistencies in his descriptions that detract from a perfect score.
For example, his fastbrew method is very interesting. It’s a deconstruction of the process of boiling wort that reduces time spent without sacrificing taste or health. The recipe that illustrates the method says to include two cups of hops tea, then says to use three cups, but concludes by saying one cup. Maybe it is just me, and I missed something, but it seemed very inconsistent.
In any event, this book is a great addition to a home brewer’s library.
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