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The New Art of Making Beer

by Stanley F. Anderson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0452269393, Mass Market Paperback)

This up-to-date guide is an essential ingredient for creating original gourmet beer

Long before gourmet beer was in style, Stanley Anderson was writing about the hops, yeast, and malt trade. Now, with the help of award winning brewmaster Ken Healy, he is back with an up-to-date guide to brewing beer.

This simple yet comprehensive manual includes many innovative, prize-winning beer recipes as well as old favorites, with novel and inventive brewing procedures. Illustrations and a United States/Canadian source guide are an added bonus, as well as information on:
-- Equipment for homebrewing
-- Ciders and perry
-- Bottling and storage
-- Using the homebrewer's glossary

Completely revised and updated, this new edition is an invaluable guide for serious beer-o-philes and novices alike.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:07:37 -0400)

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