Home Brewing: 70 Top Secrets & Tricks to Beer Brewing Right the First Time: A Guide to Home Brew Any Beer You Want (with Recipe Jour

Home Brewing: 70 Top Secrets & Tricks to Beer Brewing Right the First Time: A Guide to Home Brew Any Beer You Want (with Recipe Jour

Home Brewing: 70 Top Secrets & Tricks to Beer Brewing Right the First Time: A Guide to Home Brew Any Beer You Want (with Recipe Jour

If you have ever considered  in the comfort of your  or wondered what is involved in the homemade beer-brewing process, this is the book for you. 
Whether you are an experienced brewer or an individual with no brewing experience, you will find the  and  provided in this book to be of great value throughout your quest to produce high quality beer for yourself, your family and your friends. This book contains a Journal in which to log your own special recipes.

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C. ROMERO

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77 tips to get the beer you want to at home, February 3, 2016
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I have finished reading this book about Home Brewing, a guide to home brew any beer you want written by Jason Scotts. This is a book for people who love to drink a good beer, who wants to experience deep taste, body, after-taste and a drink to remember. That is basically the reason why some people have experienced with brewing procedures at home or for small business beer shop. There is always a new beer recipe that can be tried as the main ingredients differ greatly, the magic of manufacturing a beer is to come with a the proper amount of ingredients, how and when to add each ingredient and where to get each ingredient.

On this book you will learn the basic 5-setp beer brewing process and you will learn the basic concepts so you can understand the proper language for each recipe formulation. There are tips for the right equipment to use and tips of how to prepare some of the ingredients before mixing them all according to any recipe also included on this book.

The formulation and brewing process is explained in details so any beginners will find this book quite useful in the same way that I do.

On this book, you will get advice on mini kits for beer brewing, home equipment, sugar and malt extracts, hops, specialty grains to prepare a good beer, transfer, bottle and chilling. Finally, the author proposes to keep a recipe journal in order to follow your test production, failures and successful formulations.

Disclosure: I received this product on a promotional discount for my honest review and they are 100% my own opinions; of course, I do understand that your own opinion may differ from mine and I do respect that in any way. I haven’t received any kind of compensation and I am not required to give a good review. I am also not associated with the seller in any way. This disclosure is in accordance with Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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S. Koue

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For free it is a bad investment of your time, February 8, 2016
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Hate is probably too strong a word but this book is really not good. It is obviously written by someone who has never or almost never brewed. It gets basic terms wrong, has some directions that will cause a lot of problems, like telling folks to boil sugar (that would make carmel or a fire- he forgot to mention adding water to the sugar). It has strong statements that are flat out wrong and uses some very outdated procedures.

I did have to smile a bit because it reminded me a lot of a number of home brew books I bought in the early 1980’s that were also full of bad information. At least this book is not calling hops an optional ingredient.

An experienced brewer will get PO’d by someone giving advice who obviously doesn’t know what he is talking about and a beginner, if they follow directions is likely to get into trouble and decide it’s all not worth it.

If you are new to brewing or are interested in learning about brewing there are FAR BETTER places to learn. The Basic Brewing pod cast is a good place to get a taste and HOW TO BREW is a really good book, but the early version of that book you can read for free on the books web site.

I got the book for free and I feel short changed because of the time I took going through it.

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jakeh53cc

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Good book for the NEW brewer, October 8, 2014
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this was great for someone that has not ever brewed beer before. That is what it was intended for. I was hoping for some tips that I didn’t already know, but I have been brewing since 2000, so I’ll keep looking. But good read.
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