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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.
Stan Hieronymus is both informative and entertaining in this book. This book isn't really a how-to for brewing Belgian beer (if you're the step by step type). Read morePublished 19 days ago by Royce Vaughn
I love Belgian beer and this is a great book with information about the history, brewing aspects and information about how can we make our own Belgian inspired ales in home. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eslem Torres
A very good book on the history, traditions, and philosophy of Belgian and Belgian style beers. It's a good reference book that I have reread. It's a fun read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by thurdy
Good read - especially when enjoying Trappist, Abby and Strong Belgian Ales.Published 3 months 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 4 months ago by Alex
A gift for my husband - he keeps re-reading it and recommending it to friends.Published 6 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 6 months ago by Josh K