Brewing Classic Styles



Brewing Classic Styles Award winning brewer Jamil Zainasheff teams up with homebrewing expert John J Palmer to share award winning recipes for each of the 80 plus competition styles Using extract based recipes for most categories, the duo gives sure footed guidance to brewers interested in reproducing classic beer styles for their own enjoyment or to enter into competitions. Download Brewing Classic Styles – heartforum.co.uk

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Brewing Classic Styles  By John J. Palmer IBN : 0937381926 Format : Paperback – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 317 pages
  • Brewing Classic Styles
  • John J. Palmer
  • 18 November 2018
  • 0937381926

10 thoughts on “Brewing Classic Styles

  1. Jason Wardell says:

    Cheating a little for my year end book count I have read this at least twice over the past year, though not necessarily in order Good recipes and the introductory chapter s wheel on hop varieties is a thing I referencethan most other things while developing recipes Leans a ...

  2. Dirk Howard says:

    This isthan just a recipe book This is the BJCP style guide in recipe form If you want to become a better home brewer, use these recipes as your starting point If your brewing process is solid sanitation and fermentation , then you should be able to brew these style examples with great success.

  3. Justin Michalicek says:

    Currently skipping around a bit, just reading about my particular favorite styles and skimming quickly over the general info chapters for interesting bits I will give it a full read later.

  4. Kevin says:

    This is an excellent resource for the beginning extract brewer It assisted me with my understanding of the process of making beer, and is a great resource on understanding recipes and the similarities and differences between styles It is also handy for all grain brewers, as he does a conversion...

  5. Geoff Young says:

    Easy to follow, engaging voice First four chapters and appendixes are written by John Palmer and give basic brewing information choosing ingredients, technique tips, etc Remainder is written by Jamil Zainasheff, who provides not only award winning recipes but also fun stories behind them and notes on brewing a particular style e.g., how to crush the coriander seeds in a Belgian witbier.My only complaint is that recipes are for 7 gallon batches using liquid malt extract, whereas I make 5 g Easy to follow, engaging voice First four chapters and appendixes are written by John Palmer and give...

  6. Dwight says:

    A great book for beginning and intermediate brewers, this book provides a variety of recipes for the casual or serious homebrewer Starting with a brief, and only slightly technical, discussion of the ma...

  7. Gary Mesick says:

    This book will give a home brewer solid recipes for every recognized brewing style in one volume In the end unless you are Jamil Z , you will probably focus on only a fraction of these styles, and for those, you may want additional detail But if you want to survey the scope of what is possible, this book is a great start.Caveats These recipes are award winners, which means that the judges chose them over others That means they got the judge s attention, which means they tend to push the bo This book will give a home brewer solid recipes for every recognized brewing style in one volume In the end unless you are Jamil Z , you will probably focus on only a fraction of these styles, and for those, you may want additional detail But if you want to survey the scope of what is possible, this book is a great start.Caveats These recipes are award winners, which means that the judges chose them over others That means they got the judge s attention, which means they tend to push the boundaries of the style to get that attention You will want to look to the BJCP style guidelines if you are trying to hit somewherein the middle of the style The recipes focus on extract, with substitutions for all grain brewers I brew with grain, not extract, and so it is extra thinking to substitute grain for extract But I know that 80% of those who brew use extract, so I don t blame the authors for focusing on that As with almost every brewing boo...

  8. Simon says:

    Parfaitement dos Un rapide tour de techniques de brassage de base, servant de rappel pour ceux qui ont pr alablement lu l excellent How to Brew de John J Palmer, co auteur de ce livre Sont ensuite touch s quelques nouveaux points, principalement au niveau de la subsitution des ingr dients.La deuxi me section pr sente les recettes en elles m mes, mais offre beaucoup plus Chaque style du BJCP est d crit et dissequ On y indique les points cruciaux, les pi ges possibles, les variantes connues Parfaitement dos Un rapide tour de techniques de brassage de base, servant de rappel pour ceux qui ont pr alablement lu l excellent How to Brew de John J Palmer, co auteur de ce livre Sont ens...

  9. Jenny says:

    Great beer recipe book Covers the basic beer styles with several recipes for each style The author s add anecdotes as well with each recipe that help you understand part of the process My only complaint and reason for four stars instead of five is that these are 5 gallon recipes Most new home brewers brew at one gallon intervals, so the conversions can be tough It is always easier to increase a recipe But I have made several of the recipes in this book and they are terrific A great res Great beer recipe book Covers the basic beer styles with several recipes for each style The author s add anecdotes as well...

  10. Brad says:

    Very useful as a standalone source for beer recipes in every BJCP style for beginning to advanced brewers Recipes emphasize extract brewing, but each contains the information required to convert to all grain For advanced brewers, once you ve learned al...

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