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[Ebook] ↠ Designing Great Beers Author Ray Daniels – Eiyo.us

Designing Great Beers PDF Epub Designing Great Beers By Ray Daniels Chardonneret.eu Formulas, Ingredients, Historical And Modern Day Brewing Practices Are All Covered In This Book Drawing On Information From Old Brewing Records, Books, Contemporary Beer Analysis, And Hundreds Of Recipes, The Author Provides A Wealth Of Data On The Current And Historical Brewing Techniques And Ingredients For 14 Popular Ale And Lager Styles It Also Includes Brewing Calculations For Planning And Adjusting Brews As Well As A Thorough Examination Of Primary Brewing Ingredients.

[Ebook] ↠ Designing Great Beers  Author Ray Daniels – Eiyo.us
  • Paperback
  • 390 pages
  • Designing Great Beers
  • Ray Daniels
  • English
  • 24 September 2018
  • 0937381500

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  1. says:

    Every since I first read this book I have referred to it as The Bible so has every other brewer I have ever worked with Not at all a book of recipes, this advanced brewing tome isof a reference My only complaint is the binding I m pretty sure I am on my 5th copy because the binding falls apart and the pages scatter Perhaps that s because it gets used most of the time in a humid environment Invaluable for recipe development, this book has it all most every recipe formulae and tab Every since I first read this book I have referred to it as The Bible so has every other brewer I have ever worked with Not at all a book of recipes, this advanced brewing tome isof a reference My only complaint is the binding I m pretty sure I am on my 5th copy because the binding f...


  2. says:

    For somebody who wants to really understand brewing science and how to brew classic styles this is an excellent read It may be easier for me to read since I m an engineer but I found every page of this book useful The section on styles is also very great as it gives you a history of the style and then as an added bonus it gives you, albeit from 1994 or 1995, the general makeup of NHC second round beers for those styles which can help you to come up with your own version of classic styles of be For somebody who wants to really understand brewing science and how to brew classic styles this is an excellent read It may be easier for me to read since I m an engineer but I found every page of this book useful The section on styles is also very great as it gives you a history of the style and then as an added bonus it gives you, albeit from 1994 or 1995, the general makeup of NHC second round beers...


  3. says:

    This is a fine book for beginning to intermediate brewers who want a reference for the characteristics of traditional styles Part I covers ingredients and Part II tours the styles, including history, characteristics, suggested ingredients, and some words on technique There are no recipes this is for those who wish to formulate their own with some guidance What is covered, is covered very well the limitations come in the form of some odd omissions Part I provides 120 pages of background on This is a fine book for beginning to intermediate brewers who want a reference for the characteristics of traditional styles Part I covers ingredients and Part II tours the styles,...


  4. says:

    This brewing book keeps paying dividends If you concoct your own recipes, it s an indispensable reference.


  5. says:

    This is a well researched, thorough discussion of various beer styles, including histories and cultural context, as well as ingredient considerations based on traditional and contemporary recipes, with a bias toward tried and true vs hip and trendy The book was published 20 years ago, so there is no mention of recent crazes such as hazy IPA.There is also, inexplicably, no mention of Belgian styles This and the poor presentation of tabular material are my only complaints Still, there is much This is a well researched, thorough discussion of various beer styles, including histories and cultural context, as well as ingredient considerations based on traditional and contemporary recipes, with a bias toward tried and true vs hip and trendy The book was published 20 years ago, so there is no mention of recent crazes such as hazy IPA.There is also, inexplicably, no mention of Belgian styles This and the poor presentation of tabular material are my only complaints Still, there is much wisdom in these pages The author knows his stuff and takes a longer view that is less malleable than BJCP classifications, which change often to accommodate current interpretations These truly are classic styles.Before discussion of in...


  6. says:

    Read this continually for several years and tried many recipes and techniques.


  7. says:

    This is a book of two combined halves There is a very good description of what each ingredient does for a beer and how to combine these ingredients in order to target different types of beer For each style there are statistics on the ingredients used by commercial brewers so you can get an idea of the normal range of ingredient use for each style All of these aspects are excellent and worth the purchase price of the book alone.However, as well as the ingredient statistics for commercial bre This is a book of two combined halves There is a very good description of what each ingredient does for a beer and how to combine these ingredients in order to target different types of beer For each style there are statistics on the ingredients used by commercial brewers so you can get an idea of the normal range of ingredient use for each style All of...


  8. says:

    This book is an excellent overview of the different styles of beer and what it takes to make them The book is separated into two halves, with the first being an overview of brewing ingredients and how changing different parts of the process will change the flavour of your beer This is not an introduction to the process of brewing, for that read Palmer s book The detail of the first section is amazing, and is delivered using an easy to consume style.T This book is an excellent overview of the different styles of beer and what it takes to make them The book is separated into two halves, with the first being an ove...


  9. says:

    Probably the best homebrewing book I ve ever read this book does a great job of discussing ingredients and techniques for producing great beers It also describes many of the major styles attempted by homebrewers, with valuable information on how to make them My only criticism of the book is that, in his analytical, scientific way, he presents the factual information on how the style recipes rather than great recipes He reports what percentage of award winning recipes ...


  10. says:

    Ray Daniels presents an analysis of the first and second place winning National Homebrew Contest recipes in over a dozen major beer styles I use this book as a core reference when designing new beers it allowed me to make the leap from brewing from other people s recipes to creating my own recipes in order to present my own interpretation of a particular beer style I now brew almost exclusively from my own recipes, than...

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