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Radical Brewing: Tales and World-Altering Meditations in a Glass Paperback – 1 Jun 2004
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Veteran brewer and creative genius Randy Mosher delivers an entertaining look at beer history and culture along with a no-nonsense approach to the art of innovative brewing. He combines a passion for good beer with a solid understanding of brewing science to give a practical guide to joyfully creative brewing. It will take you to places you never thought you would go!
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Of the three books, Radical Brewing had me laughing and nodding the most. This is a book that is packed to the rafters about all things brewing, particularly with an historical slant. Mosher has a very easy-going and humorous way of writing whilst passionately delivering fact after fact based on his obvious wealth of experience. By page 30, you'll be doing your first brew. By page 217, if you are brave enough you'll be brewing a lambic....although you might need to wait a while before you can drink it. By page 302, you'll at least be considering going pro and if not, at least you'll be joining a local homebrew club. Mosher's enthusiasm is utterly infectious.
If you are after a deep understating of where beer came from and how styles evolved over the years and have an open mind, then look no further than this outstanding book, it really is a must….along with Brew Your Own and Palmer!
This book has completely freed me to embrace a craft & create my own ambrosia & if it goes wrong so what. Very easy to read in an engaging style but I guess it is a bit like marmite
Mosher has a good sense of humour as well, which makes it a pleasant reading. This book is great if you want to free yourself from BJCP styles, and start brewing creatively... like a Belgian, for example!