Beginner's Guide to Home Brewing PDF ePub eBook

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Beginner's Guide to Home Brewing free pdf This beginner's introduction to home brewing is not for the beer geeks, the brewing technicians, the persnickety, or the obsessive compulsive worrier. This book is for the person who wants a relaxing, easy introduction to one of the better hobbies on the planet. Maybe your spouse just bought you a brewing kit and you want to learn a little more about this home brewing thing. Or maybe you're just curious. If so, this is the book for you. There are a lot of details in brewing and sometimes it can get overwhelming. Beginning brewers often say they worry they're not worrying about the right things. That's why they need this book. The general rule is -- don't worry. There are a few things you need to pay attention to, but by all means, chill. Home brewing ingredients are so good these days that if you're moderately careful you can make really good beer at home. Without worrying. If you're ready to be chill and try your hand at home brewing -- without sweating all the little details -- then this little book should help. This short introduction might be enough to slake your curiosity, give you the details you need to brew at a level you're comfortable with and start you on a life-long hobby. The author started brewing in 1987, and for about the next 20 years stuck with a pretty simple, basic method. It worked well enough to make some pretty good beer -- with some notable exceptions! Eventually the author took the plunge into all-grain brewing, but he still tries to keep that "relax, don't worry" ethic.

About Greg Krehbiel

Greg is a happily married father of five wonderful children and is enjoying a successful career in professional publishing in the Washington, D.C. area. He earned a bachelor's degree in Geology and studied theology as preparation for ordained ministry -- then thought better of it. He loves Tolkien, the Dune books, Sherlock Holmes, P.G. Wodehouse, Mark Twain and C.S. Lewis when he's not reading history, philosophy or politics. He's always enjoyed long chats with friends over a beer or two about the issues of the day. Greg is a long-time home brewer (beer, wine and mead), an occasional jogger, a black belt, an avid writer, and enjoys camping and fishing. He lives in Laurel, Maryland.

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Author : Greg Krehbiel
Publisher : Crowhill Publishing
Data Published : 01 December 2013
ISBN : 0615954928
EAN : 9780615954929
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 48 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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