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Theory and Practice of Brewing

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Michael Combrune's Theory and Practice of Brewing is a comprehensive guide for both novice and experienced brewers alike. The author's thorough explanation of the brewing process, from malt selection to fermentation, is easy to follow and understand. Combrune's expertise in the field shines through as he covers topics such as recipe formulation, equipment selection, and troubleshooting common issues that may arise during the brewing process.

One of the standout features of this book is the detailed descriptions of various beer styles and how to achieve them through proper brewing techniques. Combrune's passion for brewing is evident throughout the book, making it an engaging and informative read for anyone interested in mastering the art of brewing.

Overall, Theory and Practice of Brewing is a must-have resource for anyone looking to take their home brewing to the next level. Whether you are a beginner looking to learn the basics or a seasoned brewer seeking to refine your skills, this book has something to offer for brewers of all levels.

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This is an elaborate treatise on how to brew beer. That art is as noble today as it was in 1761, when this book was first published, and Mr. Combrune was a master of his art. After reading his work on this topic, a glass of beer can be enjoyed on quite a different level. - Summary by Carolin

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