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Farmhouse Ales
BK475

Farmhouse Ales

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If you have ever been interested in Belgian Farmhouse Ales, then this book will become your Bible. Written by Phil Markowski and contributed to by Tomme Arthur and Yvan De Baets, Farmhouse Ales: Culture and Craftsmanship in the Belgian Tradition breaks down some of the mystery behind this great style and brings it to a very easy-to-understand level. If only most history books were this fun! Phil includes some recipes as well.

Item # BK475
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Weight 2 LBS
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Great Collection of information regarding Saison / Beire De Garde
I've had this book for 3 years and I am always going back to it and getting bits of info from it.
It's not a technical manual on how to be a better Saison Brewer as the other reviewer wanted it to be, It's a collection of information that you will not find anywhere else regarding the style and specific beers and breweries,Grain bills,hops,fermentation,etc.
The 7 pages on the Dupont Yeast alone provided me with the information to have complete success w/ the strain.
Excellent reference book that takes a look at a many classic Saisons and gives you a small breakdown on the recipes.
Along w/ B.L.A.M. it's a go to in my brewing library,A must have if you brew or even just enjoy the style!
May 14, 2016
easy read - more history than science
I thought it would have gone more into the specifics of different farmhouse ales but it was more of a history story. Interesting read, but wont contribute to your beer making skills so much.
May 27, 2015