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Malt: A Practical Guide from Field to Brewhouse (Brewing Elements) Paperback – December 30, 2014
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Despite these subtle distractions, it is overall a great addition to my brewing library and a good springboard into more specialized textbooks, but in need of a revision in the near future.
What information it does have leaves me with questions. For instance, on page 112 Mallett writes that the optimal temperature for beta amylase is 131, and the optimal temperature for alpha amylase is 147. That's fascinating, but then if it's true, I'm quite curious why we mash at 145-155. It's those sort of conversations I would have loved to see in this book.
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A sound blend of science and experiences. The book provides a great a-z of grain and the malting process for the novice brewer and or maltster.Published 6 days ago by Mark
I learned a lot about the history of malt, and how it's processed today, but this book didn't help me become a better home Brewer. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Amazingly well written book. goes into detail without being boring or confusingPublished 4 months ago by alex Guerriero
Everything you'd ever want to know about malt, how the grain is grown, how it is milled, the different types of malt and their common uses, etc, is covered in detail. Great book!Published 5 months ago by Frank J. Crow