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-- Pilsner Urquell
-- Pete's Wicked Ale
-- Guinness Extra Stout
-- Paulaner Hefe-Weizen
-- Dos Equis
-- Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
-- Bass Ale
-- Anchor Steam Beer
-- Foster's Lager
-- Chimay Red
All 150 recipes come with separate extract, mini-mash, and all-grain instructions. You'll also find tips for replicating any commercial beer so you can make your own clones when you discover a new favorite!
Mark Szamatulski has been the co-owner and operator of Maltose Express since 1990. He and his wife Tess have written the books Clone Brews and Beer Captured. These books each give homebrew recipes for commercial beers and help the home beer maker to brew great beers on the first attempt. Mark and Tess have written the Style column for Brew Your Own magazine, where they are on the Editorial Board, and have contributed many articles to the publication. Their beers have been awarded many medals in homebrew contests, and have had their beers put on the tap of a local brewery. Time.com has filmed their store for its website, and they were the subject of a Discovery Channel segment on homebrewing which was featured on the show “How Stuff Is Made.”
This book is a great resource for those interested in brewing this own beer.Published 23 days ago by Megan
It's a very good book for the beginning homebrewer. I have a quirk where I choose not to ever brew an exact existing recipe. All my recipes must be my own creation. Read morePublished 1 month ago by 3pac
Loaded with great recipes. This is one of my cook books for brewing. Recommend this one for any home brewer.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Helpful and interesting. Many great choices. Recipes are easy to follow.Published 3 months ago by W.R. Case
Very well laid out even for a novice brewmaster. I've done a couple of recipes so far and they have turned out great. Some of my favorites are in here. Read morePublished 5 months ago by ChuckS
Was a great resource for me when I first started brewing a year ago. Simplifies things and targets the "extract + steeping grains" brewers, yet also includes partial mash... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Andrew L Harrington