Homebrewing has absolutely exploded as a hobby in recent years, but it's not a simple or inexpensive one; without the right knowledge and a strict adherence to best practices, what starts as a good batch of beer can up being flushed down the drain due to common mistakes that every beginner makes.
Idiot's Guides: Homebrewing breaks the brewing process down step-by-step and helps you understand how to minimize the risk of a bad batch, maximize your success, and foster the passion and pride that every homebrewer experiences when they brew the perfect beer. The author teaches readers the fundamentals - from home brewery setup and equipment sanitization, to the proper techniques for nearly any style of beer, to bottling and aging their brews. You will learn how to select ingredients, taste beer the right way, and experiment from over 60 recipes ranging from your favorite craft beer styles.
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