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How to Brew: Everything you need to know to brew beer right the first time Kindle Edition
|Length: 400 pages|
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In my homebrew group, we have all since picked up this book, and we all have it with us on our brew days. This is pretty much going to become any new brewers 'homebrew bible'
This book literally walks you through ever stage of homebrewing, explaining each stage, some of the science behind it, and the whats and whys of how things work in your brew.
If you are planning on homebrewing, even from a box kit, i highly recommend you pick this book up and thumb through it. Once you get past the textbookyness of it, it quickly becomes an indispensable part of you homebrew kit.
The information contained in this book is very well researched and though it's delivery is a bit dry at times, you can tell the author tried to get his personality through. This lends to the readability of the book, and also the welcoming environment that brewing is in general. The chapters are broken up in such a way that it's easy to find something you might be specifically interested in if you don't want to read the whole book.
John Palmer offers his insight into recipes and recipe creation, as well as giving you a begginners step by step introduction to your brewing hobby. For those that are more scientifically inclined, he dives head first in to chemistry and biology behind brewing. I don't pretend to understand any of that so I'll let you read that for yourself.
Over all I'm giving this 4 stars because it's not the newest edition but also because it took me a long time to read this whole thing just because it's a bit dry. The information is great and I wholly recommend reading it, but don't expect it to be a page turner.