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How To Brew contains easily digested information for the first time brewer and technical information for the Master Brewer. How To Brew is the first book to include legitimate in depth information on all-grain brewing. For anyone who is interested in all-grain brewing we highly recommend you read this book. John is a passionate homebrewer who we have spoken with and asked advice of many times. Being a metallurgist by trade, there is a great section on the different metals that are involved in brewing and how to treat and care for them. 

This is a new and updated version of How To Brew with more emphasis on the "top five priorities":

  • Sanitation
  • Fermentation Temperature Control
  • Proper Yeast Management
  • The Boil
  • The Recipe

There are also 5 new chapters:

  • Malting and Brewing
  • Strong Beers
  • Fruit Beers
  • Sour Beers
  • Adjusting Water for Style
Item # BK416
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 2LBS
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Glen O on Mar 26, 2018
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Incredibly comprehensive. But presented in a way that’s helpful for beginners ( like me.) Highly recommended.
March 7, 2018
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The first book any home brewer should buy
If you could only have one book on brewing this would be it. I wish I had found it 7 years earlier in my home brewing career. John Palmer has been working on new editions of this piece of art for a while now. It does a great job of touching on just about every brewing subject you could want. I keep my copy of "How to Brew" with me on every brew day. It's just so dang useful. Lets face it Palmer has the best nomographs out there!

P. Stockwell
January 16, 2018