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manaen

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I have to go overseas for around 5 weeks soon .. no not a holiday (I wish) but working. So far I have only done K&K and one all malt extract brews and am interested in Partial mashing and AG. Does anyone know of a decent book that covers these in detail?

If I can't make and drink home brew I might as well read and dream about it!!
 

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How to Brew by John Palmer.
Grumpys have copies in stock and will post one out to you.
 

ausdb

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Radical Brewing BY Randy Mosher

Not so much a step by step how to do it book but more of an exploration of beer styles and ingeredients. Entertaining and informative reading all in one

Cheers and Beers

Ausdb
 

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There was a similar thread recently on this forum, i can't recall where it was. You should be able to search for it. It discusses brewing books.

If i am right in that Cranebook is in Sydney, you might want to check out Kinokuniya in the Victoria Gallery in the CBD. Check out there website, http://bookweb.kinokuniya.co.jp/indexohb.cgi?AREA=06 to see what they have at current. If your desperate and at a last resort the bigger border stores sometimes have some decent books in stock, Macquarie occasionally a few decent introductory and intermediate books on AG and the like

Cheers

Will
 

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I have to recommend Charlie Papazians Complete Joy of Homebrewing. It gives you some basic info and some more complex reading on all grain. And its only about 25 bucks. I refer to it every now and again when i forget something.
 

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one i just finished and recommend is" beer for pete,s sake " it,s not a how to book very interesting all the same.
 
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waggabrewers

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Hi guys I have Just ordered 18 of John Palmers books they will be here in a few weeks.
The cost for these Babies will be $25 each instead of $40 that most home brewing shops charge
So if you are intereated get in quick cause the last lot went within days.

Email us at: waggacraftbrewers@exemail.com.au

Peter Bichsel
Riverina Home Brewing Supplies
 

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