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Brew Better Beer: Learn (and Break) the Rules for Making IPAs, Sours, Pilsners, Stouts, and More Hardcover – May 5, 2015
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“Armed with Emma Christensen’s clear, concise, and thorough guide, cooking up a world-class IPA, summer-friendly saison, or salty-tart gose is as simple as strolling to the store to snag a six-pack.”
—Joshua M. Bernstein, author of Brewed Awakening and The Complete Beer Course
“From grain to glass, Emma has done a heroic job of demystifying and evangelizing the homebrewing process. To any and all aspiring brewers, I highly recommend this book!”
—Sam Calagione, president and founder of Dogfish Head Craft Brewer
About the Author
EMMA CHRISTENSEN is the recipe editor for the popular homecooking website The Kitchn (www.TheKitchn.com), and a graduate of the Cambridge School for Culinary Arts in Cambridge, Massachusetts. A former beer reviewer for the Columbus Dispatch, she is a dedicated home-brewer
always eager for the chance to nerd out about fermentation. Emma lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. To learn more, visit www.emmaelizabethchristensen.blogspot.com.
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Thank you for this book Emma Christensen!! Although when I went to the brewery supply store for my ingredients, the guy at the store gave me a bit of a hard time for wanting to brew 1 gallon batch. I just told him that I jus wanted to get used to the process of brewing before jumping into 5 gallon batch.
Highly recommend it.