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Discussion in 'Brewing Books & Publications' started by pvt_ak, Jan 4, 2019.
Might be wrong...isn't there two versions?
Damn, I wish I could have bought it then. TBH one day I'll get round to coughing up the £10 it costs, I'm just lazy.
Raspberry Wheat Beer planned for Sunday. Boom !
Disgusting! You enjoy yourself!
I will bathe in the spent grain and then dance amongst hops
Looking at Amazon a new Greg Hughes edition is due in September. There is even a recipe on the preview.
Can't see it....
Home Brew Beer: Master the Art of Brewing Your Own Beer
“Updated to include new techniques (such as kettle souring), and new recipes (such as Brett IPA and Peach and green tea kettle sour), you'll have all the information you need to brew your perfect beer.”
Listed as a preorder. I don’t recall any notes on souring.
I think I'll stick with the edition I have. I'm not a fan of sours or beers with fruit or other messing about
Ok found it thanks..
Back in Carmarthen for the weekend with some reading material, need to order a sack of malt and plan next brews :)
The Works now has the Jon Finch book for £2.50 so i grabbed a copy.
That’s where I got mine. A couple of nice recipes in there. Got the tiny rebel urban ipa fermenting away now
I couldn’t find sparging in the book. Was the target gravity easy to achieve?
also available on their ebay account £2.50 delivered..on route to me
It’s good to see this book listed here. Noticed it on amazon with good reviews and seeing it here reassured me. It’s been added to the wish list!
He must've accidentally visited The Snug while he was writing and thought better of it? :)
I plan on brewing the European Lager from this book next.
Has anyone made it already. Just wondering what it tastes similar too.
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