Brewing With Total Confidence
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Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by jmcnamara, Nov 22, 2017.
I've just started reading it, but already understand that this book is good. Thanks for your reply!
The Secrets of Master Brewers: Techniques, Traditions and Homebrew Recipes for 26 of the World's Classic Beer Styles
Whew - That's a mouthful but what a cool book! It has just enough "history" that I don't get board reading it and a bunch of cool techniques and recipes for each style.
The techniques and recipes are created from and by some of the major and even minor breweries in the field of that style! A lot of American Craft Brewery mentions as well! Like Urban Chestnut from MIssiouri is in there! - I love that brewery!
Other brewies that give advice in the book are:
Schneider & Sohn
The book is by Jeff Alsworth
Re-reading "how to brew".
About the only book that's not in storage.
So pretty much restricted to my kindle
No One Wants You by Celine Roberts
Is that a brewing book?
I'm working my way through my library - currently "Mastering Homebrew".
Brewing .. Science and Practice
also... Lithuanian Beer .. a rough guide
No they've supposedly got a pretty unique farmhouse style yeast there you read anything about this Patagonia?
I'm seeing that. I am not intending to make one, but reading for information and learning.
yes, they have their own yeasts, handed down through generations.. many are pure, and are the same family Sach. Cerv. as we typically use... but a different pure strain. Looks like they are fairly protected, kept in secret.... as the book mentions that they don't like to speak much about their yeasts and where they came from other than a family strain.
edit.. also forgot to mention... Diacytel is an attribute to their beers, not a fault.
I see in Larsblog his rundown compilation he has done on Kviek yeasts there is one in there from Lithuania.
As you can probably tell I'm on a kviek yeast bender