75 recipes for homemade beer and wine using seasonal ingredients, including fruit, vegetables, herbs, flowers and grains
Includes dry and sweet wine, beer, lager, liqueurs and fortified wines arranged by season.
As well as recipes it includes a basic introduction to wine and beer making principles
The perennial favourite book for home brewers, "Brew Your Own British Real Ale" is a CAMRA classic.
This new edition is re-written, enhanced and updated with new recipes for contemporary and award-winning beers, as well as recipes for old favourites no longer brewed commercially.
Written by home brewing authority Graham Wheeler, "Brew Your Own British Real Ale" includes detailed brewing instructions for both novice and more advanced home-brewers, as well as comprehensive recipes for recreating some of Britain's best-loved beers at home.
158 page paperback
A revised handbook for brewers containing full instructions and 110 detailed recipes to recreate the flavour and quality of beers which are served in the pub - for a fraction of the price.
Draught ales, bottled and keg beers, lagers and stouts are included.
The recipes are based on information provided by the commercial brewers who produce some of the most famous beers: Youngers Tartan, Carling Black Label, Carlsberg Special Brew, Budweiser, Stella Artois, Lowenbrau, Grolsch, Whitbread Best, Newcastle Amber and Brown Ales and Mackeson.
The book has been revised to take account of modern equipment and homebrewing techniques, with recipes adapted for contemporary ingredients and tastes.
155 page paperback book. This book contains 67 recipes and detailed instructions of the brewing process. Includes both full mash recipes and extract recipes.
It features information on how to brew palatable beers and stouts with authentic flavour and strength, from the palest lager to the blackest extra stout.
166 Page Paperback
A useful book for the home brewer with about 130 simple-to-follow recipes.
With easy-to-follow instructions, both beginners and seasoned mashers can quickly start brewing classics such as Flowers Original Bitter, Belhaven Sixty Shilling Ale, Whitbread Best Bitter, Castle Eden Ale, Wadworth 6X and Marston Moor Porter.
All the recipes are based on information supplied by the breweries.
The recipe instructions include full mash versions plus malt extract versions, making this book useful for those people who wish to start with malt extracts and then move on to full grain mashing.
This is the classic book for any really enthusiastic and ambitious home brewer, the person who wants to brew high quality "true" beers using real hops and grains, rather than by using more easily-handled kits and powdered or liquid malt extracts.
The author explains to beginners and experts alike a simple method of "mashing" for producing the finest flavoured beers, ales, stouts and lagers from all-grain ingredients, just like the professionals do.
It is simply the most advanced and comprehensive book on the subject for the amateur.
Contents include - The language of the brewer - Brewing quality beer - Commercial brewing - Equipment - Your first brew - Easy recipes - Systems of mashing and sparging - Ingredients - Brewing process - Problem Solving - Advanced recipes