Brew Your Own British Real Ale: Recipes for More Than 100 Brand-name Real Ales

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Storey Books, 1993 - Cooking - 192 pages
British Real Ale is a hot area of interest among homebrewers, and with the help of this book they can make beers that taste just like Bass, Boddinton's,Eldridge Pope, Fuller's, Guinness, Sam Smith's, and more.

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User Review  - wulf - LibraryThing

A very useful book with good advice and some excellent recipes. After borrowing a library copy a couple of times, I was impressed enough to purchase my own copy. Read full review

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Published by Britain's Campaign for Real Ale, Wheeler's book collects recipes from many of England's regional breweries so that the homebrewer can recreate a neighborhood pub in his or her basement ... Read full review

Contents

roger protz
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Hops
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Water Treatment
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About the author (1993)

Together with Roger Protz, co-author Graham Wheeler is the leading authority on homebrewing in Great Britain. He has written extensively for the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), the United Kingdom's foremost publisher of beer books which is credited with beginning a worldwide beer appreciation "renaissance.

Roger Protz writes a regular column for Ale Street News. He lives in St. Albans, England.

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