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Well we don't seem to have a lot of wine makers yet reading. Or maybe wine makers can't read....interesting. Anyway, this book is one that several of my wine making friends recommend. Home Winemakin …
answered May 26 '10 by brewchez
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Books are great places to start. But realistically, I have found that my recipe formulation never really got any better until I started to brew rather than read. … The best way is to get a recipe from one of the great books mentioned or a trusted brewing friend and start brewing it. …
answered Apr 5 '11 by brewchez
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Designing Great Beers- Ray Daniels EDIT: This really isn't a great beginner book. But it IS the book to get after you read The Complete Joy and How to Brew.
answered May 19 '10 by brewchez
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Brewing Classic Styles- Jamil Zainasheff and John Palmer. This book has a forward by John Palmer with a little discussion about techniques and ingredients. The book is an extract recipe book and th …
answered May 26 '10 by brewchez
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I have brewed several of the recipes and actually learned a lot about ingredients with this books. …
answered May 26 '10 by brewchez