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by Amahl Turczyn

Free eBook A Year of Beer: 260 Seasonal Homebrew Recipes download ISBN: 0937381535
Author: Amahl Turczyn
Publisher: Brewers Publications; 1st Edition edition (January 26, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 300
Category: Cooking, Food and Drinks
Subcategory: Beverages and Wine
Size MP3: 1275 mb
Size FLAC: 1371 mb
Rating: 4.4
Format: lrf mbr lrf docx


Most of the recipes come from the National Homebrew competitions. The book assumes you already know how to brew. The best part is helping you figure out the best the brew for the time of the year. Over all, a fine book. 12 people found this helpful.

Most of the recipes come from the National Homebrew competitions. Most recipes have just the basic info about mash temp, etc. There is an awesome mead recipe - "After Dinner Dessert". One person found this helpful.

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Packed with 260 homebrew recipes, A Year of Beer is a recipe book no homebrewer should be without. Chapters are divided into the four seasons, based on the best or most traditional season to brew and enjoy a particular style, such as barley wine for winter, lambic for spring, weizen for summer, and brown ale for autumn. Each chapter has a description of a beer style and recipes for brewers of every level - from extract to all-grain.

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User reviews
Pedar
I bought it mostly for the brewing calendar. It's a nice guide for when to brew different styles. Most of the recipes come from the National Homebrew competitions. The book assumes you already know how to brew. Most recipes have just the basic info about mash temp, etc. There is an awesome mead recipe - "After Dinner Dessert".
Shakataxe
A+
Arlelond
Tremendous number of reciipes for the entire year. A natural way to present them. Some are all grain and some are extract based.
anneli
Husban loves this book and will enjoy making beer from it.Very informative and easy to follow. Allot of recipes I didn't have.
MrDog
Recipies from award winning homebrews. There are a lot of good recipies in here and a lot that it's hard to imagine that they won anything at all. Regardless of the material the author did a great job compiling all of the recipies and presents it well in this edition. A must have for homebrewers.
Folsa
Most of these recipes are all grain. Not a great idea for beginning brewers. But a great idea if you are thinking about making the move up to all grain. A creative brewer could probably make many of them into extract recipes.

The best part is helping you figure out the best the brew for the time of the year. Over all, a fine book.