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One of the most exciting and dynamic segments of todays brewing scene is American-brewed sour beers, with craft brewers and home-brewers alike adapting traditional European techniques to create some of the worlds most distinctive and experimental styles. This book details the wide array of processes and ingredients in American sour beer production, with actionable advice each step of the way. Inspiration and practical applications for brewers of all levels are provided by some of the countrys best known sour beer brewers, including Russian River, Jolly Pumpkin and The Lost Abbey.


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The best brewing book I have read yet 17 juin 2014
Par B. MacAskill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is fantastically well researched, and extremely informative in an area of brewing that is short on really quality literature. "Wild Brews" and "Farmhouse Ales" are both very quality books for traditional methods and the history of old world "wild" beers, but if you are interested in brewing or consuming experimental American sour beers, this book is absolutely essential.

The author has an exceptional blog he has maintained for many years titled "The Mad Fermentationist". I have read nearly every article on the blog, and it got me started brewing sour beers in my own home. I have brewed over a dozen sour beers now, and felt like I mostly knew what I was doing. This book goes FAR beyond the content on his blog, and expanded my knowledge far beyond what I expected.

The in-depth information into the methods of elite sour breweries and award winning homebrewers allows you to not only attempt to replicate their methods, but also gives you enough information to create your own methods from their advice. While incredibly well researched and dense with information, the book is extremely accessible due to the excellent writing style of the author.

Overall I can't recommend it enough. If you brew sour beer, or want to brew sour beer, you absolutely must own a copy of this book.
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Packed with essential brewing know-how 22 juin 2014
Par Bob in Mass - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book will serve as a valuable and enduring resource for adventurous brewers at all levels of expertise. It is well documented yet clear and comprehendible throughout. The author starts with a primer on sour beers then takes the reader step by step through various options at each stage of sour beer production. He explains the different mindset necessary to brew sours and guides the reader through the creative journey with numerous concrete examples and advice from successful brewers. The book wraps up with an array of proven recipes as well as suggestions for further experimentation.

On another note, the author writes an impressive blog at [...] and offers in the introduction of this book to answer specific questions from worried brewers that contact him through his blog.
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Wonderful book! 20 juillet 2014
Par Wombat37 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
What a wonderful book! Sour beers have been traditionally classed as a Flanders Ale (Red or Brown), some variant of Lambic or as a Berliner Weisse. There are alternatives and that's what this book is all about. This is a recently published book and I see new styles of sour ales are finding their way into the BJCP guidelines. This is an exciting time for homebrewers.

This book is probably the most comprehensive text on sour beers for the home brewer - it's full of useful information. The author has a website (search for the 'Mad Fermentationist') and obviously has a lot of experience on this topic.

Be warned, this is not a book for the beginner. Brewing sour beers is a long complicated process and the results are not assured. The reader must be at least familiar with all grain brewing techniques in order to get most out of the book.

Those of you who have already acquired a taste for sour beers will know that commercial examples are not at cheap and often will cost 10 to 30 dollars for a single bottle. Making them yourself costs no more than for other beers - you just have to wait a few years before they are ready. So start the production line now - this book will help you.

Those of you who haven't acquired a taste, go out and buy some and see what you're missing - then buy this book.

Highly recommended!
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Amazing resource for intermediate/advanced homebrewers 4 août 2014
Par Clayton Ernst - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Such a great book! Excellent, comprehensive treatment of the art and science of brewing modern sour beers. As an experienced homebrewer with a few sours already under my belt, I gained a lot in learning how the prominent commercial breweries approach their sour beer programs, and will be tweaking my practices as a result. The homebrewer-specific knowledge was also very useful, though there is plenty more of that at the MadFermentationist. To top it off, the writing is clear, concise, and a pleasure to read. This is the best brewing book I've purchased since Papazian's classic!
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Best and newest option! 17 juin 2014
Par Steven L. Prochaska - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I got mine signed by the author at National Homebrew conference last weekend and just finished it. The best part is the extensive bibliography after each chapter. The huge amount or research that went into this book allows for all the nitty gritty details to be founded in verifiable sources. I'm going to spend the rest of my life just getting through half of the catalog.

Good game sir.
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