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This Page contains both links to online books as well as suggestions for hard copy books.

 
How To Brew
(by John Palmer)

- This is a great on-line book by John Palmer. It is the full version of edition 1. You can buy edition 3 (that includes a lot of new information and metric conversions) at most home brew shops. Edition 3 retails for around AU$40.
 

   

The Complete Guide to Beer and Brewing
(by Lachie Strachan)

Suggesed by Pearcy (aka warrachie on the brew forum). Here are some of Pearcy's comments about the book.

- This book by Lachie Strachan I picked up just before Xmas, its release was only in 2006 and it is an Australian book written for the Australian reader. A fantastic read for anyone, be they a beginner or quite advanced brewer or drinker!! The book is divided into 4 parts:

1. What is beer - a history of beer, how it's made and the great beer styles.
Lagers - Describes all the styles of lagers across the world and gives brilliant detailed descriptions of each type. eg. Aroma, appearance, flavour, mouthfeel, overall impression, history, comments, ingredients, vital stats and commercial examples.
Ales - Same types of examples as lagers section.

2.Getting started in brewing and recipes from malt extracts.

3. Advanced brewing and full mash recipes.

4. Handling beer.

Then there are sections on home brew resources on the web, a section on breweries in Australia and New Zealand, Scoresheet, Glossary, etc....

Anyway a fantastic read and great reference for both the brewer and commerical drinker.


Some great comments there Pearcy, might have to pick up this book myself.
Cheers, Ben H, pint.com.au admin
 

   

The Big Book of Brewing
(by David Line)

Suggesed by Pearcy (aka warrachie on the brew forum). Here are some of Pearcy's comments about the book.

- This Book along with 'Brewing Beers Like Those You Buy' are both by David Line and aren't too bad a read. Not really for the beginner, more for the partial mash, full mash or all grain brewer.
 

   
Brewing Crafts
(by Mike Rodgers-Wilson)

Thanks to Pam for suggesting this book. Here are some of Pam's Comments.

- Very informative book on all homebrewing
 

   
The Basics of Kit Brewing
(by Jeff Rodham)

Thanks to Hilton for suggesting this book. Here are some of Hilton's Comments.

- This is an excellent book aimed at Australian Kit brewers. The book covers all aspects of Kit Brewing, including Yeast, Hops, Brewing Sugars, and other valuable equipment to help achieve great results.
The only thing really missing is recipes, but there are plenty of resources available to cover that.

Overall, a great book and is great value for less than $20.
 

   
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