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The Homebrewers' Recipe Guide: More than 175 original beer recipes including magnificent pale ales, ambers, stouts, lagers, and seasonal brews, plus tips from the master brewers Paperback – September 16, 1996
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If you're into homebrewing, then you know by now that you can never have enough recipes. The Homebrewer's Recipe Guide will slake your thirst for more than 175 different beers in a variety of styles, whether you prefer a classic lager, a brown ale, a fruity brew, or a flavored stout. Among the original recipes are Any Pub in London Bitter, a classic ale with a strong hop flavor; Viennese Spiced Porter, a rich creamy porter with a hint of vanilla; Golden Pils, a beer less dry than the classic pilsner; holiday and seasonal beers like Firecracker Red (with its cinnamon kick), the Great Pumpkin Ale, and Holiday Prowler Beer - the perfect gift; Brewery Copycats - recreate your favorite tastes; and foods featuring homebrew as an ingredient, like Red-Hot Rack of Ribs, Frijoles Borrachos, and classic Oatmeal Beer Bread. Rich quotations from Hemingway, Shakespeare, Joyce, and others celebrate memorable libations, special drinking spots, and other bits of beer and tavern lore and legend. Created by experienced homebrewers and filled with helpful tips. The Homebrewer's Recipe Guide is a must-have reference for both novice and expert alike.
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Otherwise, this is an awesome resource. There are all the classic beer styles including meads, ciders, lambics, Christmas-time ales, and some yummy-looking food recipes as well. The tips are quite helpful too. But if you don't know how to brew, you should learn how to do that first (I like Papazian's The Complete Joy of Home Brewing).
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Lots of all grain, extract, and clone recipes.
From that perspective, this is an excellent book. It focuses on interesting yet simple recipes that produce great, full-flavored beer. Most of the recipes are all-extract, with a few adding some steeped barley for additional depth.
The variety of beers in this book is truly stunning. From traditional ales, to brewery copycats (recipes modeled after major beers, and titled with a wink so you can figure out who it's copying), to wheat beers, beers with fruit or spices, ciders, meads, etc.
I highly recommend the book to people who want to brew for a hobby without making it a full-time job.