The Complete Joy of Homebrewing PDF Õ Joy of Kindle

The Complete Joy of Homebrewing PDF Õ Joy of Kindle

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10 thoughts on “The Complete Joy of Homebrewing (Harperresource Book)

  1. Servius Heiner Servius Heiner says:

    For the record I am giving this book 4 stars not because the author is a literary genius but on the technical merits there in The author is actually really obnoxious I assume this is because he is drunkAgain great information if you can look past the personality of the author


  2. Gary Gary says:

    This is an informative and clear read on the subject What's it's fun Unlike a few of the other books on the subject that I've laid my hands on the prose in this book is lively and entertaining and you know what given the subject matter why not? It's about brewing in your home man it's not rocket science It's supposed to be fun If you're not enjoying it just go buy something off the shelf or consider a detox program because going to the trouble might not be your thingThe organization of the book isn't as logical as other drier homebrewing books might be and many of the photos and graphics are definitely dated There's a whole 70's esthetic going on here But that shouldn't put you off It's about making stuff to drink in the next few weeks usually and that method hasn't changed since the ancient Egyptians so some bell bottoms shouldn't pop your cork eitherSo I'd recommend this one to anyone with an interest in the subject particularly those considering their own homebrew project It's a good introduction that is approachable enough to the newbie not to put himher off


  3. Tchadensis Tchadensis says:

    Amazing utterly amazing is how I would describe the Charlie Papizan's The Complete Joy of Home Brewing I have home brewed with a friend and we refer to it as the bible as it provides all the information one would need to know in order to start making their own beer at home The book is structured excellently as it begins with the history of beer which is uite old and then transitions to explaining how to home brew and the materials reuired to home brew The Joy of Home Brewing also contains various beer recipes such as Barley wines bocks and ales even what is known as cock ale There is also a guides to hops and yeast The charts for hops also contain information on a hops alpha acid content This book contains everything one would want to known about home brewing


  4. Ondra Soukup Ondra Soukup says:

    Classical book on subject There are others probably useful but this has its charm Especially pictures Don't worry Relax Have a homebrew


  5. Ethan Ethan says:

    Relax don't worry have a home brewIf you're interested in learning how to home brew this book is perfectAs a newbie homebrewer I found this book to be enormously helpful Papazian is laid back humorous and incredibly knowledgeable He stresses that fledgling homebrewers shouldn't worry overmuch about their beer and offers a ton of great tips and some tasty recipes Some home brew books tend to be pedantic or overly prescriptive you must not let the hot wort sit for than a few minutes before cooling or you will create off flavors and if you don't use exactly 23 gallons of water you will ruin the alpha acid concentration in your wortPapazian's book says none of this nonsense which I appreciated


  6. Tim Tim says:

    I am sure any home brewer would gain something from reading this an updated version of Papazian's classic book on homebrewing He was the originator and leader or one of them anyway of the homebrewing movement in the USA and this book helped spread the word Papazian brewed spoke and wrote extensively on the subject and this is his most famous book It is an enjoyable and informative read all the way thru and is worth checking out whether you are thinking of giving the hobby a shot or if you have been brewing for a while Relax and have a homebrew Charlie regularly reminds us in these pages Brewing has its technical side but it is also fun and a pleasure to do He gives us a lot of useful information in a way that goes down easily and provides a bunch of recipes too Much of the information in this book is available elsewhere but as every homebrewer knows it never hurts to go over the basics again Personally I learned some new stuff about malts additives and water pH Some of the information here is a little out of date the version I read was last updated in 2014 perhaps? but that is nothing terrible For example almost all malts are fully modified now and a number of the ones Papazian talks about are hardly available any Papazian does seem like a devoted but pretty easy going home brewer eg he seems perfectly comfortable with brewing up a lager recipe and then not lagering it no big deal he says Relax and have a homebrew Also I did not realize Charlie created his own yeast strain which one can buy from White Labs He called it Cry Havoc but it has been renamed Charlie's Fist Bump for some reason He describes it as an all purpose yeast that can work well with lagers or ales Very interesting Thank you Charlie Papazian for all of your good work


  7. Sara Sara says:

    This on the other hand is an example of great nonfiction It wasn't even telling a story just teaching you things but it was really really interesting The tone is great and the way Papazian presents information makes it easily understandable even when he's presenting math and chemistry related concepts And we all know those are my least strong suits It's a great book because it covers pretty much everything you'd ever need to know to brew your own beer but it'd even be a good book for anyone who likes to drink beer Because really how much do you actually know about beer besides that it's tasty? grin


  8. J Campbell J Campbell says:

    If there is a better book on homebrew I've never heard of it Papazian's book has something for everyone from the beginner to the master brewer The first section gets the newbie off the ground going through the basics and encouraging people to get a batch going NOWThe next section for the intermediate brewer goes into insane detail about all the ingredients that go into beer and how they effect the end productPapazian's attitude is laid back and encouraging Because of the vast possibilities when it comes to brew there is no one way to make a good beer and he encourages experimentation and drinking beer He's constantly imploring the reader to relax and have a homebrew


  9. Eric Eric says:

    How to Brew Everything You Need to Know to Brew Beer Right the First Time by John J Palmer is a much better book Papazian seems to gloss over many aspects of brewing that I find important It may be ok if you're just brewing with kits and extracts This method soon bored me and when I moved to all grain brewing I found this book useless


  10. Chris J Mears Chris J Mears says:

    Awesome beginner to intermediate guide on the art of home brewing beer Though I haven't used any of the recipes you can find better ones online or at your local beer supply store it will help you understand the process and the method behind the madness


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10 thoughts on “The Complete Joy of Homebrewing (Harperresource Book)

  1. Servius Heiner Servius Heiner says:

    For the record I am giving this book 4 stars not because the author is a literary genius but on the technical merits there in The author is actually really obnoxious I assume this is because he is drunkAgain great information if you can look past the personality of the author

  2. Gary Gary says:

    This is an informative and clear read on the subject What's it's fun Unlike a few of the other books on the subject that I've laid my hands on the prose in this book is lively and entertaining and you know what given the subject matter why not? It's about brewing in your home man it's not rocket science It's supposed to be fun If you're not enjoying it just go buy something off the shelf or consider a detox program because going to the trouble might not be your thingThe organization of the book isn't as logical as other drier homebrewing books might be and many of the photos and graphics are definitely dated There's a whole 70's esthetic going on here But that shouldn't put you off It's about making stuff to drink in the next few weeks usually and that method hasn't changed since the ancient Egyptians so some bell bottoms shouldn't pop your cork eitherSo I'd recommend this one to anyone with an interest in the subject particularly those considering their own homebrew project It's a good introduction that is approachable enough to the newbie not to put himher off

  3. Tchadensis Tchadensis says:

    Amazing utterly amazing is how I would describe the Charlie Papizan's The Complete Joy of Home Brewing I have home brewed with a friend and we refer to it as the bible as it provides all the information one would need to know in order to start making their own beer at home The book is structured excellently as it begins with the history of beer which is uite old and then transitions to explaining how to home brew and the materials reuired to home brew The Joy of Home Brewing also contains various beer recipes such as Barley wines bocks and ales even what is known as cock ale There is also a guides to hops and yeast The charts for hops also contain information on a hops alpha acid content This book contains everything one would want to known about home brewing

  4. Ondra Soukup Ondra Soukup says:

    Classical book on subject There are others probably useful but this has its charm Especially pictures Don't worry Relax Have a homebrew

  5. Ethan Ethan says:

    Relax don't worry have a home brewIf you're interested in learning how to home brew this book is perfectAs a newbie homebrewer I found this book to be enormously helpful Papazian is laid back humorous and incredibly knowledgeable He stresses that fledgling homebrewers shouldn't worry overmuch about their beer and offers a ton of great tips and some tasty recipes Some home brew books tend to be pedantic or overly prescriptive you must not let the hot wort sit for than a few minutes before cooling or you will create off flavors and if you don't use exactly 23 gallons of water you will ruin the alpha acid concentration in your wortPapazian's book says none of this nonsense which I appreciated

  6. Tim Tim says:

    I am sure any home brewer would gain something from reading this an updated version of Papazian's classic book on homebrewing He was the originator and leader or one of them anyway of the homebrewing movement in the USA and this book helped spread the word Papazian brewed spoke and wrote extensively on the subject and this is his most famous book It is an enjoyable and informative read all the way thru and is worth checking out whether you are thinking of giving the hobby a shot or if you have been brewing for a while Relax and have a homebrew Charlie regularly reminds us in these pages Brewing has its technical side but it is also fun and a pleasure to do He gives us a lot of useful information in a way that goes down easily and provides a bunch of recipes too Much of the information in this book is available elsewhere but as every homebrewer knows it never hurts to go over the basics again Personally I learned some new stuff about malts additives and water pH Some of the information here is a little out of date the version I read was last updated in 2014 perhaps? but that is nothing terrible For example almost all malts are fully modified now and a number of the ones Papazian talks about are hardly available any Papazian does seem like a devoted but pretty easy going home brewer eg he seems perfectly comfortable with brewing up a lager recipe and then not lagering it no big deal he says Relax and have a homebrew Also I did not realize Charlie created his own yeast strain which one can buy from White Labs He called it Cry Havoc but it has been renamed Charlie's Fist Bump for some reason He describes it as an all purpose yeast that can work well with lagers or ales Very interesting Thank you Charlie Papazian for all of your good work

  7. Sara Sara says:

    This on the other hand is an example of great nonfiction It wasn't even telling a story just teaching you things but it was really really interesting The tone is great and the way Papazian presents information makes it easily understandable even when he's presenting math and chemistry related concepts And we all know those are my least strong suits It's a great book because it covers pretty much everything you'd ever need to know to brew your own beer but it'd even be a good book for anyone who likes to drink beer Because really how much do you actually know about beer besides that it's tasty? grin

  8. J Campbell J Campbell says:

    If there is a better book on homebrew I've never heard of it Papazian's book has something for everyone from the beginner to the master brewer The first section gets the newbie off the ground going through the basics and encouraging people to get a batch going NOWThe next section for the intermediate brewer goes into insane detail about all the ingredients that go into beer and how they effect the end productPapazian's attitude is laid back and encouraging Because of the vast possibilities when it comes to brew there is no one way to make a good beer and he encourages experimentation and drinking beer He's constantly imploring the reader to relax and have a homebrew

  9. Eric Eric says:

    How to Brew Everything You Need to Know to Brew Beer Right the First Time by John J Palmer is a much better book Papazian seems to gloss over many aspects of brewing that I find important It may be ok if you're just brewing with kits and extracts This method soon bored me and when I moved to all grain brewing I found this book useless

  10. Chris J Mears Chris J Mears says:

    Awesome beginner to intermediate guide on the art of home brewing beer Though I haven't used any of the recipes you can find better ones online or at your local beer supply store it will help you understand the process and the method behind the madness

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