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  • 130 New Wine Making Recipies
    This book contains over 130 mouth-watering recipes for home-made 'country' wines. The wines are listed in alphabetical order rather than seasonally which makes them easier to locate. The only problem you'll have is deciding which to make first and having to limit production to the space available in the house.
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  • Brew Beers Like Those You Buy
    Quite simply, this book tells you how to brew beers like those you buy. Real draught ale, bottled and keg beers, lagers and stouts are included in the 107 recipes collected from around the world. Home brewing is now a competent hobby backed by a mature industry that provides all the necessary ingredients as used by the commercial brewers. With the information contained in this fully revised and updated book, you will be able to successfully...
    €12.00
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  • Brew Like A Monk
    Brew Like a Monk is as comprehensive guide on the world of Beglian brewing as there is. Aimed at brewers, both amateur and professional, it is also a wealth of informtion for non-brewers. Hieronymus’ skill as a writer and passion for beer merge in this book, and his effort is as rich as the beers and brewing culture of which he writes. It is surely a mystical, literary trip through Belgium and its brewing art.
    €24.00
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  • BYO 250 Classic Clone Brew Recipes
    Replicate your favorite commercial beers featuring the best clone recipes from the last fifteen years of Brew Your Own magazine. This is an updated and expanded version of BYOs' 150 Classic Clone Brew Recipes. With a great intro on how to clone brew commercial beers and 250 recipes provided for all-grain and extract brewers. You'll have all the knowledge you need to start recreating your favorite craft brews at home.So what are you waiting for...
    €14.95
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  • Farmhouse Ales: Culture and Craftsmanship in the Belgian Traditi
    Few brewers really understand Belgian farmhouse ales.  Created for sustenance rather than commercialization, they have remained hidden from study for many generations. But students of Belgian-style beer have found these styles at once simple to brew yet rewardingly flavourful.  Now for the first time in an English-language text, master brewer Phil Markowski reveals the brewing and culture of these satisfyingly authentic ales for brewers and...
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  • First Steps in Winemaking CJJ Berry
    More than 3 million beginners have been happily introduced into the fascinating hobby of home winemaking by this practical little book. There are 130 detailed recipes, all arranged in the months best for their making so that winemaking can be pursued all the year round.
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  • Home Brewed Beer and Stouts
    Written by C.J.J. Berry this Home Brewed Beer and Stouts guide contains full instructions for making all types of beers, stouts and lagers. Originally published in 1963 this latest edition contains all you need to know to brew delicious beers and stouts with authentic flavours and if you like... fearsome strength. From palest lager to blackest extra stout they will be brews of which you can be proud.
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  • Home Brewing Self-Sufficency
    This book includes everything you’ll need to know to brew a variety of organic beers at home, from the equipment and techniques needed to a few inside secrets from a professional brewer. John Parkes demystifies the brewing process and explains in easy-to-follow terms how anyone can produce delicious beer with the help of just some basic equipment and a few key skills. Those new to home brewing will love the easy-to-follow instructions and the...
    €11.95
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  • Hop Lovers Guide
    The guys over at Brew Your Own Magazine have compiled all you want to know about growing, buying, storing and using Hops. This special issue is packed with 36 recipes, projects and techniques to give your beer a big hoppy blast.
    €10.95
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  • Making Mead
    Mead is honey wine. It is made when honey is diluted and allowed to ferment. Mead is thought by many to have been the first alcoholic beverage made by humans. Learn about honey, the equipment for making mead, yeasts and fermentation, recipes and formulas, fermentation, racking and aging, bottles, closures, sparkling mead, proples with mead making and home analysis and judging mead.
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  • Making Sparkling Wines
    Sparkling wines, or champagnes, have a charm and attraction all their own: they are synonymous with celebration and happiness and are the  natural choice for any kind of festivity. For a wine maker to produce his or her own sparkling wine is one-upmanship to tenth degree. Yet it is perfectly possible. If you follow the methods and principles in this revised, updated edition, you too can produce impressive sparkling wines, which will be the envy...
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  • Making Wine Like Those You Buy
    In recent years there has been a rapid growth in the popularity of wines of all sorts. This book shows you how to make your favourite wines. Bordeaux, Champagne, Chianti, Claret, Hock, Port, Sherry, Liqueurs and Aperitifs - all these can be made at home from easily available ingredients.
    €7.85
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  • Real Ales : For the Home Brewer
    In this book you will find many homebrew recipes which will allow you, the craft brewer, to make superb real ales at a fraction of the price of those that are commercially available. With easy-to-follow instructions, both beginners and seasoned mashers can quickly start brewing classics such as Flowers Original Bitter, Belhaven Sixty Shilling Ale, Whitbread Best Bitter, Castle Eden Ale, Wadworth 6X and Marston Moor Porter. All the recipes are...
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  • Real Cidermaking on a Small Scale Michael J. Pooley John Lomax
    This new practical book on the craft of cidermaking explores traditional and modern approaches including a set of scaled plans for building an inexpensive robust cider press. Also included are instructions for apple pressing, step-by-step brewing and pasteurisation and cider-based food recipes.
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  • The Art of Making Wine and Liquers
    The Art of Making Wine and Liqueurs", Betty Sampson clearly describes the basic principles of winemaking and the skills of mastering liqueurs for beginner and expert alike.
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  • The Big Book of Brewing
    This is the book for any real enthusiastic and ambitious brewer ... the person who wants to brew high quality “true” beers that were once thought long beyond the ability of the amateur. “The Big Book Of Brewing” brings to brewers and experts alike a simple method of “mashing” for producing the finest flavoured beers, ales, stouts and lagers from all-grain. It is the most advanced and comprehensive book on the subject. If you have...
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  • Wild Brews
    Explore the world of Lambics, Flanders, and American variations of these styles like never before! Jeff Sparrow has amassed a wealth of knowledge regarding these "non-traditional" beers and was able to put them into an easy-to-read book. Tracing the history of these beers, as well as visiting the breweries that made them famous, you will be able to learn the secrets of the once forgotten beers. Revive a classic and pick up Wild Brews!
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  • Winemaking with Concentrates
    This is a book for the winemaker who likes the ease and convenience of making wine from concentrates or for those who enjoy wine but lack the facilities to make it from grapes and other fruits.   The recipes are formulated from concentrates which are readily available to make 1-2 gallon batches of wine. Winemaking with Concentrates is the culmination of many years of work with concentrates from all over the world. Peter Duncan’s vast...
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