How to brew : ingredients, methods, recipes, and equipment for brewing beer at home
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Boulder, Colo. : Brewers Publications, [2006].
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Book
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3rd ed.
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347 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
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ASU Main (3rd floor)
TP570 .P275 2006
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Palmer, J. J. (2006). How to brew: ingredients, methods, recipes, and equipment for brewing beer at home. 3rd ed. Boulder, Colo.: Brewers Publications.

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Palmer, John J., 1963-. 2006. How to Brew: Ingredients, Methods, Recipes, and Equipment for Brewing Beer At Home. Boulder, Colo.: Brewers Publications.

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Palmer, John J., 1963-, How to Brew: Ingredients, Methods, Recipes, and Equipment for Brewing Beer At Home. Boulder, Colo.: Brewers Publications, 2006.

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Palmer, John J. How to Brew: Ingredients, Methods, Recipes, and Equipment for Brewing Beer At Home. 3rd ed. Boulder, Colo.: Brewers Publications, 2006. Print.

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Overview: Everything needed to brew beer right the first time. Presented in a light-hearted style without frivolous interruptions, this authoritative text introduces brewing in a easy step-by-step review.

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0606.
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English
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9780937381885, 0937381888

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Overview: Everything needed to brew beer right the first time. Presented in a light-hearted style without frivolous interruptions, this authoritative text introduces brewing in a easy step-by-step review.
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5050 |a List of tips, tables, & significant figures -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Brewing With Malt Extract: -- Crash course in brewing -- What do I do? -- Brew day -- Equipment needed -- Preparation -- Making wort -- Fermentation week(s) -- Bottling day -- Serving day -- But wait! There's more! -- Brewing preparations: -- Road to good brewing -- Preparation -- Sanitation -- Cleaning products -- Cleaning your equipment -- Sanitizing products -- Heat -- Cleaning and sanitizing final thoughts -- Recordkeeping -- Example recipe form -- Malt extract, beer kits, and brewing sugars -- What is malt extract? -- What is malt sugar? -- Fermentation of sugars -- Shopping for extracts -- Choosing a good kit -- How much extract to use -- Gravity vs fermentability -- Water for extract brewing -- Taste of water -- Home water treatment -- Water chemistry adjustment for extract brewing -- Hops -- What are they? -- What do they do? -- First wort hopping -- Bittering -- Flavoring -- Finishing -- Dry-hopping -- Hop forms - pellets, plug, and whole -- Hop types -- Bittering hop varieties -- Dual-purpose hop varieties -- Aroma hop varieties -- How much hops -- Hop bitterness (IBU) calculations -- Gravity of the boil -- Utilization -- Hop IBU nomograph -- Yeast -- Yeast terminology -- Yeast types -- Yeast forms -- Yeast strains -- Dry yeast strains -- Liquid yeast strains -- Determining your pitching rate -- Yeast nutritional needs -- Nutritional supplements -- Oxygen -- Aeration is good, oxidation is bad -- Preparing yeast and yeast starters -- Preparing dry yeast -- Preparing liquid yeast -- Making a yeast starter -- When is my yeast starter ready to pitch? -- Using yeast from commercial beers -- Support you local micro -- Simple yeast ranching -- Boiling and cooling -- Some thoughts on boil gravity -- First recipe -- Beginning the boil -- Hot break -- Hop additions -- Cooling the wort -- Water bath -- Ice -- Copper wort chillers --Murphy's laws of brewing -- Fermentation -- Factors for a good fermentation -- Yeast factors -- Wort factors -- Temperature factors -- Redefining fermentation -- Lagtime or adaptation phase -- Primary or attenuative phase -- Secondary or conditioning phase -- Conditioning processes -- Using secondary fermenters -- Secondary fermenter vs bottle conditioning -- Fermenting your first batch -- Choosing your fermenter -- Buckets vs carboys -- Airlocks vs blowoffs -- Transferring the wort -- Conducting your fermentation -- Pitching the yeast -- Fermentation location -- Primary fermentation -- Secondary fermentation -- Racking -- Estimating the alcohol content -- What is different about brewing lager beer? -- Yeast differences -- Additional time -- Lower temperatures -- Autolysis -- Lager yeast fermentation -- When to lager -- Aagh!! It froze! -- Should I add more yeast? -- Maintaining lager temperature -- Bottling -- Brewing American Lager Beer -- Recipe - typical American Lager -- Priming and bottling -- When to bottle -- Bottle cleaning -- What sugar should I prime with? -- Commercial priming agents -- Bottle filling -- Priming and bottling of lager beer -- Storage --- Drinking your first homebrew --
5050 |a Brewing with extract and specialty grain -- Understanding malted barley & adjuncts -- What is barley, and why do we malt it? -- Malt flavor development -- Common malt types and usages -- Base malts -- Kilned malts -- Caramel malts -- Kiln and roasted malts -- Other grains and adjuncts -- How to read a malt analysis sheet -- Steeping specialty grains -- Grain -- Mechanics of steeping -- Example batch -- All-Grain Brewing: -- How the mash works -- Mashing: in a nutshell -- Allegory -- Defining the mash -- Acid rest -- Doughing-in -- Beta-glucanase -- Protein rest and modification -- Starch conversion/saccharification rest -- Other factors for starch conversion -- Understanding the mash pH -- What kind of water do I need? -- Reading a water report -- Waterhardness, alkalinity, and milliequivalents -- Water pH -- Balancing the malts and minerals -- Residual alkalinity and mash pH -- Determining the beer styles that best suit your water -- Determining calcium additions to lower the mash pH -- Determining bicarbonate additions to raise the mash pH -- Acids for brewing water adjustment -- Salts for brewing water adjustment -- Methods of mashing -- Single temperature infusion -- Multi-rest mashing -- Infusion calculations -- Multiple rest infusion example -- Decoction mashing -- Cereal mashing procedure -- Getting the work out (lautring) -- Good crush means good lautering -- Lautering process -- What is mash-out? -- What is recirculation? -- What is sparging? -- Draining versus rinsing -- Sparging calculations -- What to expect when your are extracting -- Malt analysis sheet review -- Extract efficiency and typical yield -- Calculating your efficiency -- Planning recipe malt quantities -- Your first all-grain batch -- Additional equipment -- Suggested recipe -- Partial mash option -- Staring the mash -- Conducting the mash -- Conducting the lauter -- Recipes, experimenting, and troubleshooting -- Some of my favorite beer styles and recipes -- Style descriptions -- Ale styles -- Wheat -- Pale ales -- English special bitter -- India pale ale -- American pale ale -- Amber ale -- Brown ale -- Porter -- Stout -- Barley wine -- Lager styles -- Pilsener -- Classic American pilsener -- California common (steam-type) -- Bock -- Vienna -- Oktoberfest -- Developing our own recipes -- Developing your own recipes -- Increasing the body -- Changing flavors -- Sugars used in brewing -- Toasting your own malt -- Discretion is the better part of flavor -- Is my beer ruined? -- Common problems -- Common off-flavors -- Appendices: -- Appendix A: Using hydrometers and refractometers -- Using hydrometers -- Using refractometers -- Appendix B: Beer color -- Basis of color rating -- Other color factors -- Estimating beer color -- Appendix C: Beer clarity -- What is beer haze, and why do we care? -- Fixing haze in the recipe -- Fixing haze with clarifiers and finings -- Appendix D: Building wort chillers -- Immersion chillers -- Counterflow chillers -- Hybrid chillers -- Plate chillers -- Appendix E: Lauter Tun design for batch sparging -- Choosing a cooler -- Rinsing vs draining - a re-cap -- False bottom, manifold, or screen? -- Siphon or bulkhead fitting? -- Building a copper pipe manifold -- Building a stainless steel braided ring -- Home mashing setups -- Appendix F: Lauter Tun design for continuous sparging -- Fluid mechanics -- Designing pipe manifolds -- Designing ring manifolds -- How to continuous sparge -- Continuous sparging procedure -- Appendix G: Brewing Metallurgy -- General information and cleaning -- Aluminum -- Copper -- Brass -- Carbon steel -- Galvanic corrosion -- Soldering, brazing, and welding -- Toxicity of metals -- Aluminum -- Cadmium -- Chromium -- Copper -- Iron -- Lead -- Zinc -- Appendix H: Metric conversions -- References -- Glossary -- Index.
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