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Brewing Microbiology- Yeast Book 3rd Edition

The microbiology of brewing is a diverse subject covering both the production of beer and its stability to spoilage. The third edition of this extremely successful book gives an in-depth coverage of all aspects of brewing microbiology. It includes a...

$279.00

BrewMaster: The Craft Beer Game

If you appreciate good beer, you'll love BrewMaster: The Craft Beer Game. Using mechanics similar to rummy, players combine cards to brew six beer styles including ale, stout and Belgian. In doing so players will use some of the 90 cards...

19.95

Making Pure Corn Whiskey

Author: Ian Smiley This book examines how to adopt commercial distillation processes to small-scale, inexpensive home operations. It details all the steps involved in making whiskey, from making corn mash, to fermentation, to distilling the finished...

$21.95

Studies on Fermentation

In 1876, Louis Pasteur published his ground-breaking volume, Études sur la Bière, soon translated into English as Studies On Fermentation. The book changed the course of brewing during the late 19th and early 20th centuries,...

34.95

The Alcohol Textbook (4th Edition)

The reference for the beverage, fuel ethanol industrial alcohol industries. Edited by K.A. Jacques, T.P. Lyons, D.R. Kelsall. Published October 15, 2003, by Nottingham University Press. Hardcover, 446 pages, ISBN 1897676131.

$200.00

The Compleat Distiller

Authors: Nixon & McCaw This book covers all aspects of small-scale distillation, from first concepts to detailed analysis of the process, dealing solely with facts and not myths. It has been acknowledged as being the leading text on the subject...

$19.95

Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation

Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation, by Chris White with Jamil Zainasheff, was released at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, CO, in September 2010. The book is published by Brewers Publications. From Brewers Publications:...

19.95

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