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Elicious craft beer right on your stovetop Greenmarket inspired and seasonally brewed these 52 recipes include Everyday IPA and Rose Cheeked Blonde for spring; Grapefruit Honey Ale and S’More Beer for summer; Apple Crisp A Got this through the library s e book option Couldn t have been easier to get it out Very easy to return uickly Very abbreviated how to section May eventually try her method but I had too many uestions after I read it to be confident I could do it Maybe if I d read this first I d try it but it is too different from Beer Craft which I m trying now It has been loads of fun and the results have been surprisingly good

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Brooklyn Brew Shops Beer Making Book

Le and Peanut Butter Porter for fall; Chestnut Brown ale and Gingerbread Ale for winter; and even four gluten free brews You’ll also find tips for growing hops suggestions for food pairings and recipes for cooking with bee Pretty good beginner book The things I like about this book are that it teaches a method of all grain brewing that doesn t need a ton of extra euipment and it s mainly for 1 gallon batches I live in an apartment and making a 5 gallon batch takes too much space 1 gallon is the perfect size for me right now And the recipes all sound delicious I can t wait to start

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Brooklyn Brew Shop’s Beer Making Book takes brewing out of the basement and into the kitchen Erica Shea and Stephen Valand show that with a little space a few tools and the same ingredients breweries use you too can make d I love the premise of this book You don t need to spend thousands of dollars on a brew stand dedicated fermentation chamber or other toys to enjoy making beer at home You also don t need to make five gallons at a time you can learn a lot from making one gallon batches if that is all the space or stove top power that you can manage These are good messages to bring to the homebrew worldThat said if you are a beginning brewer you probably need a bit instruction than is provided in this book to make beer that doesn t taste like bananas and band aids Brewing doesn t have to be super complicated but in the name of making it seem simple a few major points were skipped over Suffice it to say that if you followed the guidelines they give in this book on temperature control don t worry if you can t keep the beer below 70 degrees and water treatment no mention of chlorine you are going to end up with some significant off flavors in your beer that s something I learned from making those mistakes myselfLook I m not a great home brewer I don t have time to brew multiple batches a week which you need to do if you want to make beer that might compare to the stuff you buy And I firmly believe that making homebrew even very average homebrew is the best beer appreciation course you can take So I think it is great if this book inspires someone who thought they didn t have the space or money to try homebrewing The recipes look to be well written and I will try some of them I have no doubt that with the right care they will produce some excellent beer But if you want a good technical introduction to brewing that might help you produce results that are in the ballpark of good beer maybe read How to Brew and then apply the technical things you learn from that book to the small scale brewing method proposed in this book


10 thoughts on “Brooklyn Brew Shops Beer Making Book

  1. says:

    I love the premise of this book You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars on a brew stand dedicated fermentation chamber or other toys to enjoy making beer at home You also don’t need to make five gallons at a time; y

  2. says:

    This book came as the manual in a Brooklyn BrewShop 1 gallon beer kit that I got in a uartleryco subscription box curated by Wil Wheaton I think

  3. says:

    Excellent book which compliments my Brooklyn Brew Shop kit that I received as a gift perfectlyIt contains some wonderful and slightly unusual beer recipes which although they maybe take a bit of care to get right they are c

  4. says:

    My husband and I enjoy home brewing and these recipes look like something we'll definitely try in the future The author's style is casual easy to read and very informative I'm walking away from reading this feeling like I understand parts of the process that I didn't know about earlier

  5. says:

    For a novice female brewer who's just starting out with home brewing I bought myself this book at the Chocolate Maple Porter to kickstart my homebrew journey After completing the book I am very pleased with my choice Oh don't worry I also reserved Charlie Papazian's homebrewing books from the library and a few to teach myself the science l

  6. says:

    Got this through the library's e book option Couldn't have been easier to get it out Very easy to return uickly Very abbreviated how to section May eventually try her method but I had too many uestions after I read it to be confident I could do it Maybe if I'd read this first I'd try it but it is too different from Beer

  7. says:

    Pretty good beginner book The things I like about this book are that it teaches a method of all grain brewing that doesn't need a ton of extra euipment and it's mainly for 1 gallon batches I live in an apartment and making a 5 gallon batch takes too much space 1 gallon is the perfect size for me right now And the recipes all sound delicious

  8. says:

    A delightfully inventive brew book Recipes incorporating mustard lobster and heavy doses of cardamom intersperse with traditional brews There is even a GF carrot based brew that demands to be triedA great book

  9. says:

    Pretty interesting read I love how it has small batch and full 5 gallon batch recipes I can't wait to try some of these out

  10. says:

    I might have to buy this book It is kind of what I have been looking for A small batch brewing guide plus some recipes to cut my teeth on