Brew Books - What's On Your Shelf??

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chthon

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This is what is on my bookshelf...
 

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Unfortunately you might want to take "Prost!" with more than a pinch of salt.

Yea, his takes are a bit liberal. So is the whole mythos around Saisons.. Beer writers tend to have that tendency it seems.

I did get some more books in the classic beer styles. I ordered the hard to find and out of print Lambic in an online secondhand book store. So my chances of completing the series went up by a lot. (still needs to arrive so not on the picture).

Lastly I got some books on home distilling. I'm not sure if this is a topic for this forum though so I'll leave it at that.

All books were carefully inspected by our cat Barley.

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I started with the Big Book of Brewing by Dave Line. That was all I used for years. Then Brewing Beers Like Those You Buy, also by Dave Line.

Then Charlie Papazian's Complete Joy of Homebrewing, and now (for the last 10 years) How To Brew by John Palmer.
I have enjoyed using all of them.
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Talking of brew books, I really love a good read and I know it's the same old stuff that's been recycled from book to book. But, are there any new ones I might have missed?

One man's brew book is another woman's Mills and Boone.
 

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