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Brew: The Foolproof Guide to Making World-Class Beer at Home Hardcover – 19 May 2016
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About the Author
James Morton is the author of Brilliant Bread, which won the Guild of Food Writers Cookbook of the Year award in 2014; and How Baking Works. In 2012 he reached the final of BBC TV's Great British Bake Off. He qualified as a medical doctor in 2015. He has written for the Good Pub Guide, writes a weekly column for the Sunday Mail, and has won several national home brewing awards. James lives in Glasgow, Scotland.
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So I held off writing a review until I'd brewed and tried this.
The book is straight talking and easy reading, but goes into real depth on all aspects of brew in the bag brewing. If you're a beginner, it'll take you by the hand, show you best practice, and have you competently brewing first time around. If you're an experienced brewer, I'd expect you to gain some insight from this book and your beer will improve as a result.
The recipe section at the back is varied in styles, and some have won national awards.
So far I've brewed the Dubbel (very good) and the APA.
The American Pale Ale is comparable to Sierra Nevada. Perhaps better. Definitely better than Lagunitas imo.
Next up for, an Imperial Stout.
I've got several home brew books, and this is definitely my go-to. Would highly recommend
I have to mark it down a star because it contains a few errors and omissions. For example, when do I remove my boiling and steeping hops? And how? (Do I squeeze the bag they're in, for example)? Some recipes include Irish Moss, but it doesn't say when to add it. When I make a yeast starter do I continue shaking the jar regularly until I put it in the fridge, or only up until I leave the lag phase?
All that said - it's been a great guide and I've bought one for a friend.