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Started by Beerdoh, March 13, 2013, 04:04:26 PM
Quote from: Sorcerers Apprentice on October 02, 2014, 08:22:00 AMNot Brewing as such, but An Appetite for Ale makes an interesting read, contains lots of food recipes using beer plus food/beer pairings
Quote from: Qs on June 11, 2015, 11:56:49 AMI just got Modern Homebrew Recipes by Gordon Strong and it looks great. The recipes are laid out better than any other book I've seen and he includes techniques like first wort hopping and adding grains late in the mash. He specifies the exact malt from specific maltsters too. The recipes look really interesting too and he shows a few examples of different version of certain styles. Of course as you'd expect he includes recipes for new BJCP styles too. I really can't wait to brew a few recipes from this now.
Quote from: Partridge9 on May 07, 2013, 11:40:40 PMI got The Home Brewer's Recipe Database - by Les HowarthNow .. Sooo no mash temp (68 i believe) - no mash time (60 mins) - no boil time - no timing on hops - or mention of the split No mention of the yeast or the water profile or of the open top fermenters.Its just too little information .. I would have preferred more research on say 30 recipes with extensive detail rather than 1300 (I can only estimate) recipes all equally vague.Just curious of what others make of the book.