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How to Brew: Everything You Need to Know to Brew Beer Right the First Time: Everything You Need to Know to Brew Beer Right for the First Time (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 24. Mai 2006

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This substantially revised and expanded third edition includes everything that's needed to brew beer right the first time. Presented in a light-hearted style, this authoritative text introduces brewing in a easy step-by-step review that covers the essentials of making good beer. It includes ingredients, methods, recipes and equipment information. Beyond the first batch, it provides an accessible reference to intermediate techniques like all-grain brewing variations and recipe formulation. It is a must for any novice or intermediate brewer; perfect for anyone who has discovered the joy of home-brewing.

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Author of the homebrewing bestseller How To Brew, John J. Palmer shares his years of hands-on experience to help homebrewers consistently make great beers while expanding their knowledge and experience with the hobby.


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Mit diesem kann sich keines der deutschen Anfängerbücher auch nur Ansatzweise messen. Das Kapitel zu Malzextrakt wird zu umfangreich, das täuscht aber. Es lohnt sich komplett, von Anfang bis zum Ende. Auch wenn man schon ein paar Sude hinter sich hat.
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This was my first book about brewing I bought. For the beginner (and also intermediate) brewer it has many useful information and also step-by-step instruction for "how to brew". It may looks like it is aimed towards extract brewers, but I don't think it is case. It has more info about extract brewing but this is because a lot of stuff is the same (sanitation, fermentation, hops, lautering, ...) in extract and all-grain brewing. I have never touch extract brewing and started immediately with all-grain brewing and this book helped me a lot. I would recommend it to all brewers and potential brewers. I used it as encyclopaedia if I need to refresh my memory about some topics.
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Probably the best book about homebrewing ever written. Great balance between down-to-the-business explanations and important theory. Enough to get started with brewing in one afternoon, and enough to keep on reading for ages. The amount of detail is just enough for a beginner brewer to know what he has to do and why he is doing it that way.
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HASH(0x8cf7aa08) von 5 Sternen The first book for any hombrewer 30. Juli 2006
Von Menthol Rum - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I borrowed, bought and read a few brewing books, but found "How to Brew" to be the best. The very first chapter gets you off to a running start should you find yourself with an unpacked brew kit, needing only the most vital information to start brewing immediately. The rest of the book is well written and provides a clear outlay of brewing from the basics to the esoteric. There are clear explinations, many recipies and a wealth of information regarding the process and ingredients.

There are a few other books that are good, but if you own just one brewing book, this is it.

Almost two years later, I have to say this book remains at the forefront of my now expanded beer library. If you are just starting to brew, if you are curious, if you're looking for a book for someone who is starting out or if you are a brewer looking for an A-Z guide, this remains the one to get. It will provide a foundation of knowledge that will serve you well in your brewing pursuits.

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All this time and this book still is indispensable. As I have learned more and become more experienced, How To Brew has been there. I thought that I would pick this book up less and less, but the more skilled I became and the more I learned, the more I reached for this book. My move from extract brewing to all grain was much less difficult and for now, it seems from my experience that John Palmer has written the final word on home brewing to date. (All due respect to Charlie Papazian)
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HASH(0x8cf7aa5c) von 5 Sternen Currently the best place to start, and NOT out of print! 14. November 2004
Von Bighairydoofus - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Like most homebrewers, I started out with Charlie Papazian's book "The New Joy of Homebrewing". I had the second edition. It was a good book, but comparing it to this text, it seems hopelessly dated.

With the explosion of microbreweries across the country, lots of people got turned on to GOOD beer - and many of those looked into homebrewing. With so many people trying different methods and equipment, over time, brewing became simpler and much of what was deemed necessary in the earlier days was discarded. Many of the techniques and equipment listed here are the results of years of trial-and-error streamlining by other homebrewers. In addition, there's never been so many resources available via mail order and on the net. Homebrewing really is easy at this point.

This is the best basic brewing text I've found. You can start with it by making extract only beers, graduating to specialty grains in addition to extract, then to all grain brewing and making your own recipes and beer styles. The book is linear, presents the information as you need it and the information ranges from the most basic (like sanitation) to as technical as you could possibly want (water chemistry).

For years I've been an extract and specialty grain brewer. I never completely understood the process of all-grain brewing until I bought this text. It gave me the courage to build my own lautering tun and brew my first batch of beer made completely from scratch. It was a pale ale, nothing exotic, but man was it good beer. Check out the author's website and read the first edition online. The second edition is improved, so if you like the online text buy the hard copy book.

There are other good texts out there (the author lists many of them in the back of the book) but if you only want one homebrewing text, buy this one. It's a shame that Amazon doesn't carry it anymore. Track it down.
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HASH(0x8cf7af18) von 5 Sternen For the technically-minded 3. Mai 2008
Von Lynn Hoffman, author:Radiation Days: A Comedy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Of all the authors who talk about homebrewing, John J. Palmer is by far the best writer. His prose is witty, entertaining and relentlessly focussed on clarifying the complexities and celebrating the simplicities of the small-scale brewing of beer.

There are probably three books that are genuinely helpful for the beginning homebrewer. Which one is right for you depends on how you approach techniques of dealing with things in the physical world.
If the idea of doing anything physical scares the bejabbers out of you, The Complete Joy of Homebrewing Third Edition (Harperresource Book). This is a very simple, slow and reassuring book. The author sounds like the friendliest, least intimidating guy in the world. The style is very chummy in a post-frathouse kind of way that some people find very difficult to read and that others find relaxing. In this book you may see the ancestor of the Complete Dummies series. I believe that Papazian, who has made a carreer of coaching homebrewers, has been published on the topic for thirty years or so.
If you're the sort of person who likes the idea of baking his own bread or wiring her own lamp, then probably The Complete Handbook of Home Brewing is right for you. The information is straightforward and well-organized and he allows for the fact that sometimes you want to make it fast and simple and other times you may want to linger over the details. There's a separate book of recipes ordered by beer style and also by degree of difficulty.
If you love fundamentals, then Palmer is the book for you. There are dozens of complications lurking in Palmer's world of brewing and a host of precautions and gadgets for avoiding them. The author is not a negative soul, on the contrary, he seems like a guy who just wants to get to the bottom of things. How to BrewHow to Brew: Everything You Need To Know To Brew Beer Right The First Time is also the book for those who are themselves curious about fundamentals: the hard science of brewing is to be found here.

--Lynn Hoffman, author of The New Short Course in Wine and bang BANG
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HASH(0x8cf7af00) von 5 Sternen Beware the Kindle addition 11. Mai 2011
Von D. Kraus - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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It was hard to rate this book because there really are two reviews here.

The book itself is good. I would definitely recommend it especially for a beginning brewer.

The Kindle addition is TERRIBLE! It seemed as if it was scanned and not edited as there are many misspelled and wrong words. That is mildly annoying. The biggest problem is that this book uses many tables that are unreadable on the Kindle. These tables are important lists and references.

The bottom line is buy this in book form but stay clear of the Kindle format. Can I get my money back so I can buy the actual book?
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HASH(0x8cf7e3cc) von 5 Sternen The Book to Get to Start Homebrewing 24. April 2007
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It's up to date, well organized, has good photographs, and is filled with useful information for beginners and more detailed data for those wanting more. I also read Charlie Papazian's book first, but now, on my fourth batch, and still trying to learn as much as possible as quickly as possible, I find myself referring to Palmer constantly and Papazian almost never.
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