Smoked Beers: History, Brewing Techniques, Recipes (Classic Beer Style) Paperback – 18 Apr 2001
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Larson is the founder of Alaskan Brewing Company, Inc. His beers have garnered more than thiry gold and silver medals.
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Like in his previous works, Daniels consistently cites sources so you know you are reading fact, not fiction. Larsen's experiences both at his brewery and while traveling demonstrate his passion for his subject. This has translated into a book the truly captures all aspects of smoked beers in a very entertaining package. Read this book and if you don't feel inclined to begin smoking your own malt you'll at least want to jump on a plane to Bamberg, Germany and try some genuine smoked beers for yourself.
Whatever your taste for smoke, we've written this book so that you can make a beer that perfectly satisfies your mood. Along the way, we review subjects like the history of smoke in beer and the chemistry of fire and smoke. In the end though, it comes down to practical realities: simple smoking methods for malt and recipes for all levels of brewers who want to make great smoked beers -- from either home- or commercially-smoked malts.
Whether you are a casual brewer with a taste for smoke or just a casual beer traveler looking for new flavors to explore, "Smoked Beers" will add new entries to your beer diary.