If you are a home brewer doing all grain batches and looking for a great book - I highly recommend this book!
I feel that the book itself has both inspired me to brew more beer and given me ideas on how to improve my current setup to make better beer.
If you want a book to tell you how to decide for yourself what to do, and how to think about brewing, buy this one.
I am an avid homebrewer and am very passionate about the craft and it is the hobby I most enjoy. I had been stuck in neutral along the way in terms of skillsets, until I read this... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Allan Steingisser
Gordon's book has become my "go to" for questions I have as I brew. An excellent book for brewers moving from extract brewing to all grain. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Ryan
After reading this book…..You. Will. Brew. Better. Beer. Gordon approaches the reader in a very relaxed and conversational tone. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Russ Brunner
My dad is big into beer and even works at a brewery. This was on his Christmas list, and he's found some interesting things in it, which I'm glad for.Published 6 months ago by Chevy
This is the book you want if you'd really like to master lagers. Not a basic text - for that get "How to Brew" by John Palmer, but once you can consistently brew quality... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Steve Cook
Very good book for home brewers with lots of little tips and tricks to improve your results. I highly recommend it.Published 6 months ago by spatin
Well, in this day and age of self publishing, this is bound to happen. Sadly, such lack of quality control leaves a bad taste in my mouth (inspect your work Gordon!). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Vernon D. Guido
Gordon is undoubtably one of the best authorities for brewing. I have many brewing books, and this one is the top of the stack. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Tinkererguy
The other reviews are spot on. If you are looking for more advanced all grain techniques, get this book. Thanks for writing it!Published 9 months ago by F. R. Hedgog