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Discover how to brew a range of delicious ales, lagers and wheat beers - as well as thirst-quencing collection of herb, spice and fruit beers. Includes 100 beer recipes from around the world, covering almost every beer style and in both All Grain and Extract versions where applicable.

Detailed step-by-step photographs show you what do at every stage of the process - whether you're new to brewing or are already a home-brew buff.

Written by our own brewing expert Greg Hughes.

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Discover how to brew a range of delicious ales, lagers and wheat beers - as well as thirst-quencing collection of herb, spice and fruit beers. Includes 100 beer recipes from around the world, covering almost every beer style and in both All Grain and Extract versions where applicable. Detailed step-by-step photographs show you what do at every stage of the process - whether you're new to brewing or are already a home-brew buff. Written by our own brewing expert Greg Hughes. Hardback, 222 pages. If you would like the copy signed by Greg please email us after placing the order and we'll be happy to organise this.

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    An absolutely delightful beer book
    Review by qafferpeteon 28/03/2017
    I would like to add to the many previous reviews and say what a delight this book is in many many ways and putting a few others to shame. Not only is it packed with required information and accurate recipes(certainly the ones I have had pleasure brewing) it's presentation is top quality.
    As it was reduced in price, ? is there going to be a "follow-up" ??
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    Lots of photos
    Review by Duncanon 21/11/2016
    Really good book, well written and informative. In typical DK style there are so many photos even people who can't be bothered to read the text will be enlightened.
    Only negative is the recipes call for a 47pint brew and associated kit which the beginner typically won't be using.
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    Still go back to this
    Review by Ciaranon 01/08/2016
    Fantastically written. Taught me how to brew and I still look at this occasionally for the recipes. Still to find one that I didn't like.
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    Good beginners guide
    Review by Markon 23/07/2016
    This is a very good book for the beginner to brewing his own beer, which is good as that's me. I found that the book can be used by anyone but it was easy to pick up it explains what each term means and how to do things in steps.
    I also found the recipes at the back very useful, but I think it will be a while before I launch myself into trying those.
    This is a very useful book, a brilliant read and a must for any brewers library.
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    Homebrewers Bible!
    Review by AntRog65on 22/02/2016
    I actually won this book in an online competion over 2 yrs ago and I have probably looked at it most weeks since then. Lots of people in the homebrew community I'm in have this book and its affectionately known as the bible as it's THE book we all consult on matters beer related. I've done probably a dozen of the recipes in this book (some more than once) and haven't found one yet that wasn't superb.
    You just cannot go wrong with the recipes as everything is there that you will need - weights, temperatures, times and one thing that I've not seen in some other books is the alpha acid strength is shown. This obviously varies each crop so you can adjust your hopping accordingly to achieve the correct bitterness.
    This is also my 'go to' reference book when I want to find the characteristics of malts, yeasts or hops.

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    Amazing book
    Review by Ianon 19/08/2015
    The wife bought me this book for christmas and its amazing. I've read it cover to cover a few times and will be purchasing my first kit very soon now that I have the spare income for this new Hobbie :). My overall goal will be to obtain the equipment which will give me the ability to do full grain brewing. Lots of planning/ buliding ahead.
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    Fully recommend
    Review by Leojezon 17/05/2015
    A great read and can't wait to try some of the recipes! The book is really well laid out with hundreds of pictures - this is really helpful as you can see what all of the equipment and ingredients actually look like.
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    A Book Of Merit
    Review by Anthonyon 20/08/2014
    I thoroughly enjoy consulting this book which in my view, is the most informative publication to date. Well done Greg and team. As a keen amateur all grain brewer I now feel I can develop my brewing skills further with such new additions as a digital hot liquor tank and possibly in the future, a crack at purchasing and using the Braumeister system. I particulalry liked the specific recipe details that are so important i.e total liquor needed, long boil times, and the importance of temperature whilst mashing and sparging. I dip into the chapters before and during each brew session which makes the whole process more engaging and enjoyable.
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    Invaluable
    Review by Fletchon 17/08/2014
    I thoroughly recommend this book. You'll enjoy reading it when you first buy it, but then will go back to it time and again as a work of reference. The book contains tables of malts, yeasts and hops which are so useful to refer to as you get more experienced and want to try something different. Very logically laid out and well worth the money.
  • Best Homebrew book out there
    Review by steve wellson 14/06/2014
    This book is brilliant a must for any homebrewer out there,very informative information and easy to read, great beer recipes too ,I have done 13 beers now from the book and can say they have all turned out outstanding.
    a big thank you to Greg Hughes the man knows what he is talking about.
  • Rating
    Continued high service level
    Review by Liamon 12/03/2014
    I received my latest order this week and as ever it was delivered promptly and accurately, despite me amending my order at the last minute! Looking back at my order history I order 1-2 times per month and I've never had a problem.

    Great supplier of quality brewing supplies.
  • Rating
    Astonishingly good
    Review by Jonon 16/01/2014
    I got this for Christmas to get me into brewing, and I have to say it is excellent.

    It is really well laid out; nicely clear and concise but packed full of useful info.

    I really like the tables that list the basic properties of hops, malts, etc. that makes recipe designing a lot eaiser (or conversely picking apart where the various flavours in the provided recipes come from).

    Speaking of recipes there are LOADS. This book will keep me occupied for YEARS just by following them to the letter, and there is sufficient info in those charts I mentioned earlier to aid in experimentation and customising the recipes to taste.

    If you're after a book to start you off in the hobby then you can't really beat this one I don't think.

    BUY!!!
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    Great book.
    Review by Markon 18/12/2013
    Great book, well laid out. Nice to dip into. Like the way the recipes are presented in beer styles rather than "clone" recipes.
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    A great christmas gift
    Review by elion 19/11/2013
    This would be a perfect christmas gift for anyone just starting or wanting to start all grain brewing.

    It's well written, the pictures are great and it's so nice to see pictures and explanations using kit you recognise.

    I wish I had got this earlier.
  • Rating
    This book should be your first all-grain purchase
    Review by sine nomineon 31/10/2013
    For anyone thinking of getting into all-grain brewing (or extract brewing if money is no object) buy this book first. It explain the whole process simply and clearly, with lots of superb photographs and step-by-step diagrams and a full explanation of all the ingredients you can find in Britain and their uses in brewing.
    Not only this but dozens of useful ale and lager recipes (and I mean useful!) which will keep you going, if you should choose, for several years. I am particularly glad to see plenty of recipes for single-hop ales which are now enormously popular amongst discerning real-ale enthusiasts.
    In my view this book easily replaces Graham Wheeler's 'Brew your own British Real Ale' as the best available book on home brewing.
    Anyone familiar with Dorling Kindersley publications will know the high standard of design that this book continues.
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    Amazing for beginners
    Review by Briffon 24/09/2013
    I bought this book and read though it in a couple of days. I found it really helpful. A lot of books which i have read don’t have many pictures, but this does and found it very helpful, it has given me confidence to start full grain brewing, fingers crossed. I would recommended it to people new to brewing, it also has a large section at the back with loads of recipe ideas.