Brooklyn Brew Shop's Beer Making Book

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Brooklyn Brew Shop's Beer Making Book:

  • For experienced and novice brewers, seasonally minded home cooks, do-it-yourself aficionados, and anyone who gets a kick out of saying, I made this, the founders of the Brooklyn Brew Shop present a guide to making beer at home, with more than 50 green market-inspired recipes organized by season.
  • Paperback
  • 176 pages

Measurements: 7¼" x 9"

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Published: November 1, 2011

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Brooklyn Brew Shop's Beer Making Book

takes brewing out of the basement and into the kitchen. Erica Shea and Stephen Valand show that with a little space, a few tools, and the same ingredients breweries use, you too can make delicious craft beer right on your stovetop.

Greenmarket-inspired and seasonally brewed, these 52 recipes include Everyday IPA and Rose Cheeked & Blonde for spring; Grapefruit Honey Ale and S'More Beer for summer; Apple Crisp Ale and Peanut Butter Porter for fall; Chestnut Brown ale and Gingerbread Ale for winter; and even four gluten-free brews. You'll also find tips for growing hops, suggestions for food pairings, and recipes for cooking with beer.

Brooklyn Brew Shop's Beer Making Book

offers a new approach to artisanal brewing and is a must-own for beer lovers, seasonally minded cooks, and anyone who gets a kick out of saying "I made this!"

Material: Paperback

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Brand: Random House

Origin: United States

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