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250 Classic Clone Beer Recipes

$10.00

Replicate your favorite commercial beers featuring the best clone recipes from the last fifteen years of BYO:

Intro on how to clone brew commercial beers250 Recipes provided for all-grain and extract brewers - includes 150 recipes from the now out-of-print "150 Classic Clone Recipes" plus 100 more clone recipes!Cross indexed so you can easily find your favorite recipes by brewery or style

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30 Great Beer Styles and recipes by Jamil Zainasheff

$10.00

Since 2007, Jamil Zainasheff has been writing Brew Your Own's "Style Profile" column. We have now compiled 30 of those columns in one grand issue which profiles in-depth knowledge of and expertise on brewing some of the world's most beloved beer styles from the classics to the nouveau. For those that seek more than just recipes, but also an explanation of key ingredients and techniques. This is a must own.

Formatted for extract and all-grain brewers
34 recipes from two-time Ninkasi award-winning brewer Jamil Zainasheff
Indexed by BJCP category

Includes:
American Blonde Ale
American Brown
American IPA
American Pale Ale
American Wheat/Rye
Baltic Porter
Belgian Pale Ale
Belgian Strong Golden Ale
Belgian Tripel
Bohemian Pilsner
Brown Porter
California Common
Cream Ale
Dry Stout
English Barleywine
English IPA
Extra Special Beitter
German Hefeweizen
German Pilsner
Imperial IPA
Irish Red
Kolsch
Maibock
Munich Dunkel
Russian Imperial Stout
Saison
Schwarzbier
Scottish Ales
Witbier

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Beginners Guide

$7.00

This is 2 Magazines in one.
Part 1: Thinking about brewing your first batch of beer? Whether you're planning on going extract, partial-mash or the all-grain route; this is your one-stop guide & brewing reference tool to get your brewing off on the right foot. The BYO Beginner's Guide steers you through all the basic steps of making wort in an easy to understand format. Don't let the title fool you either. Even if you're a brewer with several batches under your belt, you're sure to glean some very valuable information in the Beginner's Guide.
What is Brewing?
Brewing a No-Boil Extract Beer
Bottling & Kegging
Brewing an Extract with Grains Beer
Boiling & Cooling
Brewing a Partial Mash Beer
Fermentation
Brewing an All-Grain Beer

Part 2: Thinking about concocting your first batch of wine? Learn how to make wine, whether you're planning on using a kit, juice or fresh fruit. This is your one-stop guide & reference tool to get your winemaking off on the right foot. The WineMaker Beginner's Guide steers you through all the basic steps of selecting equipment, building recipes and knowing your ingredients in an easy to understand format. Don't let the title fool you either. Even if you have several batches under your belt, you're sure to glean some very valuable information in the Beginner's Guide.

Intro to Winemaking
Wine Kit Section
Science Section
Grape Wine
Country Wine
Bottling & Aging

 

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Hop Lovers Guide

$8.00

We've collected and updated the best hops information from the past 12 years of BYO and included updated charts with the specifications for 102 hop varieties and suggested substitutions for hard-to-find hops. We've also detailed hopping methods, hop growing info, hop-related build-it projects, and 36 hoppy recipes.

Hopping Methods for extract & all-grain brewers to get the most out of their hopsComprehensive charts for selecting the best hops or a substitute for a hard-to-find varietyBackyard hop growing instructions

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Zymurgy

$10.00

Since 1978, Zymurgy magazine has been the leading light for amateur brewers in North America and around the world. It features innovative and award-winning recipes, articles on do-it-yourself equipment building, explanations of brewing science, and presentations of brewing techniques in addition to a healthy dose of beer culture.

Zymurgy represents the best of homebrewing with articles that appeal to every level of interest in the homebrewing hobby. Published six times each year, Zymurgy includes an annual “Winners Circle” special issue (September/October) that includes recipes for all of the AHA National Homebrew Competition gold medal winners.

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