How to brew : everything you need to know to brew great beer every time / by John J. Palmer.
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- ISBN: 9781938469350
- ISBN: 1938469356
- Physical Description: xxiii, 582 pages ; 26 cm
- Edition: Fourth edition.
- Publisher: Boulder, Colorado : Brewers Publications, a division of the Brewers Association, 
|General Note:|| "Completely revised and updated."
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 553-559) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Sec. I. Brewing beer kits -- Brewing your first batch of beer -- Cleaning and sanitizing -- Malt and malt extract -- Brewing with beer kits and extracts -- Hops -- Yeast and fermentation -- Yeast management -- Water for extract brewing -- Brewing with a full-volume boil -- Priming, bottling, and kegging -- How to brew lager beer -- Brewing strong beers -- Brewing with fruits, vegetables, and spices -- Brewing sour beers -- Sec. II. All-grain brewing -- How the mash works -- The methods of mashing -- Extraction and yield : Or what to expect from your mash -- Getting the wort out (lautering) -- Brewing your first all-grain batch -- Residual alkalinity, malt acidity, and mash pH : Or, everything you ever wanted to know about mash pH but were afraid to ask -- Adjusting water for style : Famous brewing waters and their beers -- Sec. III. Recipes, experimenting, and troubleshooting -- Some of my favorite beer styles and recipes -- Developing your own recipes -- Is my beer ruined? -- Sec. IV. Appendices -- App. A. Using hydrometers and refractometers -- App. B. Beer color -- App. C. Beer clarity -- App. D. Building wort chillers -- App E. Lauter tun design for draining -- App. F. Lauter tun design for continuous sparging -- App. G. Brewing metallurgy -- App. H. Metric conversions -- App. I. The trouble with producing gluten-free beer.
|Summary, etc.:|| "How to Brew is a fully revised and updated do-it-yourself guide to making quality beers at home. Written for all skill levels--from beginners to accomplished all-grain brewers--this book includes ingredients, methods, recipes, equipment suggestions, and brewing techniques"-- Provided by publisher.
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