The book is very informative info.
While it's certainly not the first book an aspiring brewer should buy, I would highly recommend it for any admirers of Trappist beer.
It gives enough of the history and background on belgian trappist and abbey style beers to be interesting from that standpoint alone.
Good read - especially when enjoying Trappist, Abby and Strong Belgian Ales.Published 8 days ago by RWM
Not much here to help you along in your brewing practice to create Belgian beers. There just wan't very much practical advise, but it is a nice afternoon read for a bit of Belgian... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alex
A gift for my husband - he keeps re-reading it and recommending it to friends.Published 3 months ago by Joanne Bires
A great book for anybody looking to ground themselves in the history of Belgian Brewing. The author does an exceptional job at deconstructing each of the brewing regions as well... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Josh K
I really enjoy the in depth look at brewing traditions and history among Trappist breweries in Belgium. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael Piorunski
I bought 2 of these...The first one I bought for my husband who does lots of home brewing. I bought a second one for my son after my husband said what a good book it was. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this for my son in law who is a brewer and one of the top brewers in the SEATTLE area.. he loves this book.Published 6 months ago by AnneeM
I very much enjoyed the authors style and good humor. Really a delight to read, and found myself savoring the read, just as one might savor a really good beer. Read morePublished 6 months ago by John R. Smolley MD
I may never brew a Belgian Ale but Mr. Hieronymus takes you through such an intriguing a tour of the history and styles of Belgian Ales that I immediately wanted to go out and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dave Hansen