Make Your Own Beer

A Guide to All Things Beer and How to Brew it Yourself

John Shepherd

This book is an accessible and practical guide to home brewing, covering all aspects of the process, including equipment and the cost versus benefit of different types, beer styles and flavors, and an understanding of key, quality ingredients.
Date Published :
January 2021
Publisher :
White Owl
Series :
Make Your Own
Illustration :
120 color illustrations
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781526769978
Pages : 104
Dimensions : 10.8 X 8.5 inches
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Overview
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Make Your Own Beer is an accessible and practical guide to home brewing, covering all aspects of the process, including equipment and the cost versus benefit of different types, beer styles and flavors, and an understanding of key, quality ingredients. Readers will gain the skills to brew a number of different styles of beers, taking satisfaction not only from the activity, but also from the end result.

Not just a dry step-by-step manual, Make Your Own Beer is a lighthearted, engaging guide for readers interested in brewing their own beer, and those simply interested in learning about the process. Illustrated with 120 photographs beautifully documenting the process in full color.

About The Author
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John Shepherd has been home brewing for many years and he had been running a video production company for ten years when, in 2013, he and a friend decided to set up, from scratch, a craft brewery.

Not coming from a brewing industry background, the only thing they knew about the market prior to setting up the brewery was that people like different types of beers and so that was their goal: to produce a beer for everyone and anyone, but always of the absolute best quality. From lagers to stouts, bitters to pale ales, they believed that whatever your taste; everyone deserves a good beer.

Six years on, having won a number of awards and sold lots of different beers, John stepped back from the brewery on a day to day basis to focus on writing. He is working on other “how to” guides as well as a screenplay, a book of short stories and has successfully submitted comedy material to the BBC.

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