This book is a MUST HAVE for every brewer.
If you've ever tried a new beer and wondered how the tastes in it were created, this book will give you a clear insight into where the flavors come from.
The recipes themselves are easy to follow and make great beer (I have won ribbons with beers from their first book, "Clone Brews").
Good book for the extract brewer or all grain brewer with a little experience. It could be organized better to help novice all grain brewers. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael K Finnegan
The layout of the book by style is nice, and for a novice extract brewer looking for recipes it's probably fine. Not enough effort was made to make this easy for all grain brewers. Read morePublished 6 months ago by bigwheat
Great addition to a beer brewing library. Already brewed the Brugse Tripel and still have many more to brew. Lots of beers I am unfamiliar with or haven't seen. Read morePublished 16 months ago by rideincircles
Good batch of recipes here. A good resource for those newer to homebrewing, with a good variety of styles represented. Read morePublished 22 months ago by bortzilla
Lots of good ideas in this book. I will use this as a reference to help develope my own receiptsPublished 22 months ago by otacsret
150 clone recipes for some of the best beers from around the world. What I like best is that the book gives you the directions for extract, mini-mash and all grain. Read morePublished 23 months ago by M. Carlson
I bought this book years ago, but don't really reference it anymore. Most of the recipes are just their attempts at cloning beers.Published 24 months ago by Mike Young