What home brewing book to buy???

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  1. Mar 24, 2013 #1

    mortonbrew

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    Hi All,

    Just wondered if any of you lovely people out there could make some recommendations on Home Brewing Books??

    I know that there is a huge resource on the web, but i do like my books!


    Any suggestions?
     
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    mortonbrew

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    Top banana! I shall get my Amazon order in. Thank you.
     
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    Plus 1. :thumb: Dave Lines book is good too, but I would recommend Wheelers first.
     
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    yes, a great book to have.
     
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    + another 1. Great book, easy and flippin' tasty recipes! :thumb:

    Worth getting Marc Olloson's e-book too, expand your recipe database for pennies. Wheeler first though.
     
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    Are Dave Lines's books still a good resource these days? Seem rather dated to me.
     

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