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I found this book to be fun and informative to read.
The brewing notes about the styles are highly instructive, providing the parameters of grains that can be added, even the ranges of various spices for Saison.
What's great about this title (and all of the others in this series) is that it can inspire anyone who's brewed before.
The man literally wrote the book on the styles. Seek out his beers when you can.Published 1 month ago by SteinerRecliner
Very informational about style history but isn't very practical for the home brewer. Very GeneralPublished 4 months ago by Ryan Methmann
Good reference on the history of Belgian saisons and French bieres du garde and the current traditions of farmhouse ales from the region. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John B.
I stormed through this book before a saison-themed homebrew weekend, and while not an explicit guide to brewing farmhouse ales, it provided a good deal of insight into the beers... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Caml
Explains the history of the styles. Goes into why the recipes are the way they are. Markowski is the best farmhouse brewer in America.Published 12 months ago by kylekensrue
Could go off on tangent of how I brew only Farmhouse ales (beginner) because of my family's farming history and purchased this to have deeper understanding of the style. Awesome! Read morePublished 14 months ago by Andrew B Hanson
I chose 4 stars because I want more! The book should be twice as long. Well-written. Good selection of history, practices, recipes.Published 14 months ago by Greg Schwaller
I read the book through in a couple of days and it was great. A fantastic history of biere de garde and saison style ales. Great base recipes as well. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Chase Schulte