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What information it does have leaves me with questions. For instance, on page 112 Mallett writes that the optimal temperature for beta amylase is 131, and the optimal temperature for alpha amylase is 147. That's fascinating, but then if it's true, I'm quite curious why we mash at 145-155. It's those sort of conversations I would have loved to see in this book.
i home brew. they offer a great research reference.
much of the content is above a home brewer level, it does improve your understanding of the science of brewing.