The Complete Joy of Homebrewing Fourth Edition: Fully Revised and Updated

The Complete Joy of Homebrewing Fourth Edition Fully Revised and Updated The homebrewer s bible everything you need to know to brew beer at home from start to finish including new recipes updated charts on hop varieties secrets to fermentation beer kit tips and from t

  • Title: The Complete Joy of Homebrewing Fourth Edition: Fully Revised and Updated
  • Author: Charles Papazian
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  • Page: 398
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The homebrewer s bible everything you need to know to brew beer at home from start to finish, including new recipes, updated charts on hop varieties, secrets to fermentation, beer kit tips, and from the master of homebrewingThe Complete Joy of Homebrewing is the essential guide to understanding and making a full range of beer styles, including ales, lagers, stouts, piThe homebrewer s bible everything you need to know to brew beer at home from start to finish, including new recipes, updated charts on hop varieties, secrets to fermentation, beer kit tips, and from the master of homebrewingThe Complete Joy of Homebrewing is the essential guide to understanding and making a full range of beer styles, including ales, lagers, stouts, pilseners, dubbels, tripels, and homerun specialty beers and meads Everything to get started is here the basics of building a home brewery, world class proven recipes, easy to follow brewing instructions, and the latest insights in the art and science of brewing Master brewer Charlie Papazian also explains the history and lore of beer, reveals the technology behind brewing, and shares countless tips on how to create your own original ales and lagers.This completely revised and updated edition includes An expanded and updated Beer Styles and Homebrew Recipe Formulation chart with easy to understand descriptions of key flavor and aroma charactersIngredient information for fifty three beer stylesA list of than seventy five beer types describing strength, hop aroma, bitterness, flavor, color, sweetness, and alcohol percentageExpanded chart on sixty eight hop varieties, descriptions, and usesEighty brand new and revised favorite beer and mead recipesBeer kit tipsKey information about using and understanding hopsRevealing reasons why homebrew is the best and much Paired with the newly revised Homebrewer s Companion, Second Edition, this book will transform you from beginning brewer to homebrewing expert.

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    1. For the record, I am giving this book 4 stars not because the author is a literary genius, but on the technical merits there in The author is actually really obnoxious. I assume this is because he is drunk.Again, great information if you can look past the personality of the author.

    2. Amazing utterly amazing is how I would describe the Charlie Papizan's The Complete Joy of Home Brewing. I have home brewed with a friend and we refer to it as "the bible" as it provides all the information one would need to know in order to start making their own beer at home. The book is structured excellently as it begins with the history of beer (which is quite old) and then transitions to explaining how to home brew and the materials required to home brew. The Joy of Home Brewing also contai [...]

    3. This is an informative and clear read on the subject. What's more, it's fun. Unlike a few of the other books on the subject that I've laid my hands on, the prose in this book is lively and entertaining and you know what, given the subject matter, why not? It's about brewing in your home, man, it's not rocket science. It's supposed to be fun. If you're not enjoying it, just go buy something off the shelf (or consider a detox program) because going to the trouble might not be your thing.The organi [...]

    4. "Relax, don't worry, have a home brew."If you're interested in learning how to home brew, this book is perfect.As a newbie homebrewer, I found this book to be enormously helpful. Papazian is laid back, humorous, and incredibly knowledgeable. He stresses that fledgling homebrewers shouldn't worry overmuch about their beer, and offers a ton of great tips and some tasty recipes. Some home brew books tend to be pedantic or overly prescriptive ("you must not let the hot wort sit for more than a few m [...]

    5. If there is a better book on homebrew, I've never heard of it. Papazian's book has something for everyone, from the beginner to the master brewer. The first section gets the newbie off the ground, going through the basics and encouraging people to get a batch going NOW!The next section, for the intermediate brewer, goes into insane detail about all the ingredients that go into beer, and how they effect the end product.Papazian's attitude is laid back and encouraging. Because of the vast possibil [...]

    6. This, on the other hand, is an example of great nonfiction. It wasn't even telling a story, just teaching you things, but it was really really interesting. The tone is great, and the way Papazian presents information makes it easily understandable even when he's presenting math- and chemistry-related concepts. (And we all know those are my least-strong suits.) It's a great book because it covers pretty much everything you'd ever need to know to brew your own beer, but it'd even be a good book fo [...]

    7. Compared to How to Brew, this was less dry and made brewing beer sound even MORE fun. Looking forward to reading the Homebrewer's Companion to try to learn little tidbits.

    8. Awesome beginner to intermediate guide on the art of home brewing beer. Though I haven't used any of the recipes (you can find better ones online or at your local beer supply store), it will help you understand the process and the method behind the madness.

    9. This book is somewhat dated and really does not offer a very good introduction to homebrewing for the novice. John Palmer's "How To Brew" is a far better book.

    10. This was helpful. However: the pictures and the constant reminders from the author to "Have fun!" were a bit much.

    11. I read this before, but it was about 20 - 25 years ago. In the meantime I managed to get too busy to continue homebrewing, and then all of my equipment disappeared when I guy "borrowing" the stuff moved and took it with him.So, I'm getting back into homebrewing. I have new equipment, and wanted to read this book again to refresh my memory of the steps to turning ingredients into beer. This book does a great of job of explaining the process, and some of the science the produces of magic of beer. [...]

    12. Very informative and helpful. This book helped me get through my first batch! Will be ready to drink in about three days!

    13. The Joy of Home Brewing was a gift from my girlfriend. She probably got the idea from the fact that I’m a biochemist, I drink a lot of beer, and I always talk about different beers. Maybe? Maybe I would like making my own beer? Yes indeed.I began my brewing adventure by first starting to read The Joy of Homebrewing, before even touching anything with home brewing. I later decided that this was a mistake and I should try my luck with my first batch of beer. Now, being about 10 batches deep, I w [...]

    14. --- Second time around: ---If I had to pick one, I'd pick Palmer. But I'm not forced to make that choice, so I'm glad I have both. My first read was focused on the basics; second time was focused on yeast and getting oriented to all-grain brewing. As I've mentioned before, it's clear why this is one of the canonical homebrew texts.--- First time around: ---A couple of short notes here:• "Relax. Don't worry. Have a homebrew." Therein creating a paradox, as I have no homebrew to have while brewi [...]

    15. I suppose it isn't fair to review this book before I actually go through my first homebrew experience. The book came very highly recommended to me by many dear friends who brew. And I can see why the book is appealing; it is full of clear recipes, has helpful instructions, quick overviews of different beer styles, and goes over a lot of terminology (and it includes a glossary in the back). I liked that Papazian reminds you over and over again that this is supposed to be fun and not to stress out [...]

    16. My husband is an obsessed avid homebrewer, as are many of our friends. Because of this, I am subjected to all things beer on a regular basis. I have a strong biochemistry/metabolism background and THAT part of beer making does intrigue me. I'm not going to blame the book for my knowledge base, and I think it does a good job simplifying the process so anyone, regardless of background, can understand what is going on. The introduction to basic equations and theory is also pretty good. The main pro [...]

    17. It was a little disorganized, but got the point across. I liked that it had a dumbed-down "first brew" section for newbies. The second section got into more complicated types of beers, mainly focusing on the foundations of each beer type so you can develop your own, with a few recipes at the end. The final section was an advanced look at the chemistry behind the brewing process, as well as even more complex techniques.The tone of the book was friendly and conversational, and while I found the in [...]

    18. This book is informative, maybe even invaluable in parts as a guide to home brewing. Since much of the info presented was essentially a review for me (I've been brewing for nearly a year), I found myself dwelling on the tone and the presentation more than the content at times. And it was annoying! The phrase "Relax, don't worry, have a homebrew" is repeated WAY too often. Also, this may be limited to the Kindle edition of the book, but the presentation of lists of statistics about various kinds [...]

    19. This is one of my favorite books of all time. I have read it before and just recently pulled it off my book shelf for round two. The summer sunshine has put me back into beer brewing mode and this is the BIBLE of home brewing.I started as any other home brewer with a kit and ended up with shitty beer. That is NOT ACCEPTABLE not to a beer lover like myself. So I bought this book and after reading it I literally transformed from novice home brewer to expert. Many home brews later I now have the ch [...]

    20. It was a little disorganized, but got the point across. I liked that it had a dumbed-down "first brew" section for newbies. The second section got into more complicated types of beers, mainly focusing on the foundations of each beer type so you can develop your own, with a few recipes at the end. The final section was an advanced look at the chemistry behind the brewing process, as well as even more complex techniques.The tone of the book was friendly and conversational, and while I found the in [...]

    21. First, this is not literature. However, for those who want to brew their own beer this book is an indispensable reference. Mr. Papazian takes the reader from the beginning, assuming one is just now considering the idea of homebrewing, all the way through mastery of the craft. He explains in just the right amount of detail all the things that inevitably cause questions. As an extremely experienced brew master he relies on his own experience, research and talent to anticipate precisely every quest [...]

    22. I haven't actually read this book cover to cover, but I've read enough of it to get started in homebrewing. So far I've made three 5-gallon batches. This book is really a great resource for homebrewers and often considered the favorite and first choice for beginners. I've read this along with the online version of How to Brew by John Palmer. Also important for helping me get started was the Basic Brewing DVD by James Spencer and Steve Wilkes that gives a simple overview of the process of extract [...]

    23. A great book to understand the reasons that beer is brewed a certain way or with certain ingredients. An easy read with a bit of humor. About a third of the book is recipes and glossaries, etc, that don't actually need to be read.

    24. Sois guy really knows his stuff. The Complete Joy of Home Brewing is bursting with helpful information. As a beginner-beginner, I really appreciate the level of detail, not just in the “Especially for the Beginner” section, but throughout the whole book. From history, to measurement and temperature charts, to the equipment needed, to breaking down each ingredient, to the variations on each type of beer. The only thing I didn’t like about this book is that I think it could be illustrated a [...]

    25. This is touted by Reddit's r/homebrewing as the introductory homebrewing guide, well complimented by How to brew. Having now read both, I can confidently refute that claim. The complete joy of homebrewing is an excellent introductory text, but I have not felt so patronized by a book since being an elementary school student. Terrible cartoons and flowery writing litter the pages, and much of the information is specific to American homebrewers (e.g. discussion of legality). You could abridge this [...]

    26. The book itself can be viewed several different ways. If you are just starting out homebrewing, my advice is to just read the first chapter or so where he describes the process of making very basic beer and gives you a very stripped down recipe/explanation of what is going on. Once you have brewed that first batch, the chapters that follow after make much more sense as you have a basic idea of how the process goes. As someone said earlier, you can find most of this online, but when it's coming f [...]

    27. Relax. Don't worry. Have a homebrew!WORRYING MAKES BAD BEER. RELAX!A practical guide for all skill level home brewers. The total novice can begin after reading only 42 heavily illustrated, easy to read pages, and have beer ready to enjoy in three weeks! The rest of the book is dedicated to the intermediate and advance home brewers, and the science and technicality increase accordingly.-“When you make homebrew, you are dealing with a living organism. It is alive – and because it is alive it f [...]

    28. This is (so far) my favorite homebrew book. Papazian's got such an upbeat, relaxed approach to the whole thing. He takes a new hobby that could be very daunting and shows you how it really doesn't have to be that bad.The first portion of the book explains all the basics of procedure, gives a nice list of equipment to collect, and gives some suggestions about how to set up your homebrew station in your kitchen. It's like having your big brother help you get started on a project. There are clear d [...]

    29. Again, cheating a little. I have referenced this book more in the past year than any other books I own, and I probably won't stop. This thing is indispensable, but when you have SO MUCH information, the book itself can turn into a slog or a treasure hunt. I have something highlighted on nearly every page, and the index tends to point to three or four different spots for each topic, some of which are just an off-hand mention. This book could use better organization, more help with all-grain brewi [...]

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