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The complete guide to brewing your own beer at home : everything you need to know explained simply, by Richard Helweg

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The complete guide to brewing your own beer at home : everything you need to know explained simply
Title
The complete guide to brewing your own beer at home
Title remainder
everything you need to know explained simply
Statement of responsibility
by Richard Helweg
Title variation
Everything you need to know explained simply
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A comprehensive guide to homebrewing complete with an overview of equipment needed, various processes to brew different types of beers, and recipes to try on your own
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Cataloging source
DLC
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1956-
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Helweg, Richard
Dewey number
641.87/3
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Back to basics cooking
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  • Beer
  • Brewing
  • Brewing
  • Brewing
Label
The complete guide to brewing your own beer at home : everything you need to know explained simply, by Richard Helweg
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 The History of Brewing and Beer -- A Happy Accident -- The Most Ancient of Beverages -- Beer in the New World -- Bottling Beer and Creating the Industry -- Beer in the Time of Prohibition -- Case Study: Tom Horton -- ch. 2 An Overview of Brewing and Beer -- Basic Ingredients -- Basic Equipment -- An Overview of Beer Types -- Lager -- California Common/Steam beer -- Ale -- Wheat beer -- Case Study: Eric Holden -- ch. 3 The Necessary Ingredients -- Barley -- Common malts -- Hops -- Common hops -- Yeast -- Choosing the right yeast -- Water -- Carbonate and bicarbonate (C03 and HC03) -- Chloride (Cl) -- Sodium (Na) -- Calcium (Ca) -- Sulfate (S04) -- Magnesium (Mg) -- Adjusting Your Water -- Additional Ingredients -- Starches -- Sugars -- Flavorings -- Fruits -- Vegetables -- Spices, Herbs, Roots, and Other Flavors -- Case Study: Ben Batten -- Shopping for Ingredients -- Case Study: Kirk's Brew -- ch. 4 The Necessary Equipment -- Where to Brew -- The Necessary Equipment -- Case Study: Daren Yu -- ch. 5 Brewing for Beginners -- Ensuring your Equipment is Clean -- Preparing the Ingredients -- Examination of ingredients -- Steeping the Grains -- Adding the Malt Extract -- Adding Hops -- Late Extract Addition -- Complete Boil and Cool -- Measure the OG (Original Gravity) -- Pitching the Yeast -- Fermentation -- Secondary Fermentation and Dry Hopping -- Priming and Bottling -- Kegging -- What Might Go Wrong Along the Way -- Clean and sanitary -- Tannins -- Boil-over -- Excessive fermentation -- Contamination during fermentation -- Stuck fermentation -- Over carbonation -- Mold -- Chill haze -- Your First Taste -- ch. 6 Extract Recipes -- American Amber Ale -- Light American Ale -- Scottish Strong Ale -- Porter -- Dark Wheat Beer -- Golden Light Ale -- Pitch Black Wild Rice Ale -- Case Study: Samuel Moore -- ch. 7 Intermediate Brewing -- Intermediate Ingredients -- Intermediate Brewing Equipment -- Do the Partial Mash -- Imperial Oatmeal Stout -- ch. 8 Partial Mash Recipes -- Partial Mash Chocolate Cherry Stout -- American Cream Ale -- Partial Mash Blonde Ale -- Austrian Lager -- ESB (Extra Special Bitter) -- Partial Mash Porter -- India Pale Ale -- Partial Mash Irish Red Ale -- ch. 9 Advanced Brewing: All-Grain -- All-Grain Equipment -- Your First All-Grain Brew -- Single-Step Infusion -- All-Grain Porter -- The Step Mash -- Irish Red Ale -- Decoction -- Single decoction mash schedule -- Double decoction mash schedule -- Triple decoction mash schedule -- Bohemian Pilsner -- ch. 10 All-Grain Recipes -- American Amber Ale -- California Common All-Grain -- All-Grain Bock Beer -- All-Grain Wheat Beer -- All-Grain India Pale Ale -- All Grain ESB -- Conclusion -- Resource Directory -- Home-Brew Retailers -- Web Equipment and Ingredient Resources -- Web Home-Brew Resources and Forums
Control code
sky241375439
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
335 p.
Isbn
9781601386014
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2011033260
Other physical details
ill.
Label
The complete guide to brewing your own beer at home : everything you need to know explained simply, by Richard Helweg
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 The History of Brewing and Beer -- A Happy Accident -- The Most Ancient of Beverages -- Beer in the New World -- Bottling Beer and Creating the Industry -- Beer in the Time of Prohibition -- Case Study: Tom Horton -- ch. 2 An Overview of Brewing and Beer -- Basic Ingredients -- Basic Equipment -- An Overview of Beer Types -- Lager -- California Common/Steam beer -- Ale -- Wheat beer -- Case Study: Eric Holden -- ch. 3 The Necessary Ingredients -- Barley -- Common malts -- Hops -- Common hops -- Yeast -- Choosing the right yeast -- Water -- Carbonate and bicarbonate (C03 and HC03) -- Chloride (Cl) -- Sodium (Na) -- Calcium (Ca) -- Sulfate (S04) -- Magnesium (Mg) -- Adjusting Your Water -- Additional Ingredients -- Starches -- Sugars -- Flavorings -- Fruits -- Vegetables -- Spices, Herbs, Roots, and Other Flavors -- Case Study: Ben Batten -- Shopping for Ingredients -- Case Study: Kirk's Brew -- ch. 4 The Necessary Equipment -- Where to Brew -- The Necessary Equipment -- Case Study: Daren Yu -- ch. 5 Brewing for Beginners -- Ensuring your Equipment is Clean -- Preparing the Ingredients -- Examination of ingredients -- Steeping the Grains -- Adding the Malt Extract -- Adding Hops -- Late Extract Addition -- Complete Boil and Cool -- Measure the OG (Original Gravity) -- Pitching the Yeast -- Fermentation -- Secondary Fermentation and Dry Hopping -- Priming and Bottling -- Kegging -- What Might Go Wrong Along the Way -- Clean and sanitary -- Tannins -- Boil-over -- Excessive fermentation -- Contamination during fermentation -- Stuck fermentation -- Over carbonation -- Mold -- Chill haze -- Your First Taste -- ch. 6 Extract Recipes -- American Amber Ale -- Light American Ale -- Scottish Strong Ale -- Porter -- Dark Wheat Beer -- Golden Light Ale -- Pitch Black Wild Rice Ale -- Case Study: Samuel Moore -- ch. 7 Intermediate Brewing -- Intermediate Ingredients -- Intermediate Brewing Equipment -- Do the Partial Mash -- Imperial Oatmeal Stout -- ch. 8 Partial Mash Recipes -- Partial Mash Chocolate Cherry Stout -- American Cream Ale -- Partial Mash Blonde Ale -- Austrian Lager -- ESB (Extra Special Bitter) -- Partial Mash Porter -- India Pale Ale -- Partial Mash Irish Red Ale -- ch. 9 Advanced Brewing: All-Grain -- All-Grain Equipment -- Your First All-Grain Brew -- Single-Step Infusion -- All-Grain Porter -- The Step Mash -- Irish Red Ale -- Decoction -- Single decoction mash schedule -- Double decoction mash schedule -- Triple decoction mash schedule -- Bohemian Pilsner -- ch. 10 All-Grain Recipes -- American Amber Ale -- California Common All-Grain -- All-Grain Bock Beer -- All-Grain Wheat Beer -- All-Grain India Pale Ale -- All Grain ESB -- Conclusion -- Resource Directory -- Home-Brew Retailers -- Web Equipment and Ingredient Resources -- Web Home-Brew Resources and Forums
Control code
sky241375439
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
335 p.
Isbn
9781601386014
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2011033260
Other physical details
ill.

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