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Brewing Classic Styles: 80 Winning Recipes Anyone Can Brew Paperback – October 25, 2007
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Title: Brewing Classic Styles
Author: Zainasheff, Jamil/ Palmer, John J.
Publisher: Natl Book Network
Publication Date: 2007/11/01
Number of Pages: 317
Binding Type: PAPERBACK
Library of Congress: 2007029472
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I was wrong! This book is a classic for a reason. The recipes are great and Jamil has podcasts on each of the brews where he goes through some of reasons why he selected each ingredient, yeast, or fermentation temp.
Highly recommended and still relevant to all traditional styles of beer today.
The only complaint I have is that I think the index should be laid out more like a reference book and less like a novel. If I go to the index with a particular style that I want to find it doesn't clearly point you to a page where it's located. I'll end up creating my own index on the inside front cover and it won't be a problem anymore.
Commercial beer clone recipes are also available for free on "The Brewing Network" in Jamil's (the author's) podcasts entitled "Can You Brew It?", where Jamil interviews the brewmasters of well-known craft breweries to get the actual recipe for their beers. He only considers the beer "cloned" if it passes blind taste tests among several of his peers. So far they are at an 80%-clone success rate. Check it out!
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The book has a small introduction full with information and tips, no “fluff”.Read more