- Hardcover: 176 pages
- Publisher: Nourish Books (July 16, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1848992270
- ISBN-13: 978-1848992276
- Product Dimensions: 7.1 x 0.8 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,742,954 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Brew It Yourself: Make your own beer, wine, cider and other concoctions Hardcover – July 16, 2015
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About the Author
Nick Moyle and Richard Hood both grew up during the UK home-brew boom of the 1970s and 80s, with parents who regularly made their own drinks from home-grown produce, enlisting their help. This fired up a life-long obsession for the art of brewing and in 2008 they built their own cider press and have been producing cider for local pubs, beer festivals and deserving friends ever since. They started their Two Thirsty Gardeners website in 2012, which inspires thousands of loyal followers.
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This hard cover book is not only well-written, but it also has a very appealing and colorful cover design. The content of the book is well organized, and the writing style is precise and to the point. The chapters are as follow:
1-Brew it yourself (Explaining the basic for making your own drink)
2-Wine and Mead (Rhubarb, elderberry, second-run elderberry & plum, elderflower, crab apple, fragrant fig, pineapple, grapefruit, lemon & lime, parsnip, mint, oak leaf wines, and easy mead, rhodomel, and winter mead.
3-Hard Cider (Farm house cider, pear & ginger hard cider, cyser, slider, bramble hard cider, scrumpleflower, rosehip hard cider, hopped hard cider, Rich’s hot toddy, and lambswool)
4-Beer, Ale and Lager (Basic beer, London porter, India pale ale, wheat beer, lager, honey ale, Nick’s liquorice stout, raspberry ale, Viking ale, pumpkin ale, English brown ale, and ginger ale.)
5-Sparkling Drinks ( Sima, Finnish spring mead, tepache, canned fruit fizz, fizzy iced tea, elderflower sparkle, lavender sparkle, boozy dandelion soda, chili ginger beer, and nettle beer.
6-Liqueurs (Slice gin, second-run sloe whiskey, raspberry & thyme whiskey, damson & fennel vodka, wild brandy, crème de cassis & Kir Royale, rhubarb & vanilla liqueur, Julia’s orange whiskey, limencello, rucolino, mint, lime & lemongrass liqueur, beech leaf & honey liqueur, mayflower brandy, Irish cream liqueur, and coconut liqueur.)
7-Classic Coctails & Curios (summer cup, cherry fortified wine, Rich’s sangria-ahhhhhh, bloody Mary, rumtopf, orange bitters, spruce bitters, spruce martini, vermouth, chili tequila & mango margarita, absinthe, horseradish vodka, spice rum, marrow run, Ilze’s beet kvass, egg-nog and glogg.
Like I said before I loved the way this book was designed inside and out. Mostly, two pages are devoted per drink, one page for the ingredients and instructions about how to make it, and the next page for the pictures relevant to this specific drink. I also liked the step by step instructions, stated clearly for novices like me who knows nothing about this subject. I think this book and the home made drinks mentioned in this book would make great gifts during the holidays.