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Michael Agnew (Minneapolis, MN) is Minnesota’s first cicerone certified by the Cicerone Certification Program, a standard for identifying those with significant knowledge and professional skills in beer sales and service, and a national beer judge with the Beer Judge Certification Program. In addition, Michael is an award-winning brewer and writes a monthly column on beer for the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
Billy Broas is the founder of The Homebrew Academy, an online training website for homebrewers with thousands of members worldwide. He is also the homebrewing expert in the Rocky Mountain PBS television show Colorado Brews. Billy started brewing beer in college and hasn't slowed down. Billy also blogs about craft beer culture at

Denny Conn brewed his first batch of homebrew in 1998 and since then has brewed over 400 more.  He is a BJCP National ranked beer judge and has been a member of the Governing Committee of the Americam Homebrewers Association for 9 years.  He is known for his Rye IPA recipe which has been brewed by several commercial breweries both in the US and Europe.  He is the developer of the Cheap'n'Easy all grain brewing system.  He lives in the foothills of the Coast Range in Oregon with his wife, five cats, and two dogs.
Matthew Schaefer has been homebrewing for over 15 years, and is the author of the The Illustrated Guide to Brewing Beer: A Comprehensive Handboook of Beginning Home Brewing.  He is also one of the charter members and vice-president of Brewstoria, the only hombrewing club in Queens New York, where he lives with his wife, Kimberly, and his son, Evan.
Jordan Wiklund is a writer and editor from St. Paul, Minnesota. His work has appeared in [Pank], Brevity, Versus,Fourth Genre, and The Believer literary magazines. He is also a contributing editor to Minneapolis' own Paper Darts literary magazine, and a proud member of the St. Paul Curling Club. Find him on Twitter @JordanWiklund.

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Reverse Returns - Gifts from Craft Pros to Homebrewers and Neat Brewery Bios to Boot! 15 mars 2014
Par Gary Spedding - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Many homebrewers gravitate to professional brewing and build new recipes (grists in the jargon with unique hopping regimes). Now those turned pro are reversing the education - giving back to their former fellow homebrewers. This book covers about 38 now "classic" craft beers and how to brew them at home. From brewers as well known as Tallgrass, Epic, Lagunitas, August Schell, Shmaltz, Allagash, Odell, Cigar City, Blue Mountain, Stone, Rogue, Troegs and Avery and more (many of whom we know take quality and analyses of the beers they make very seriously) – these guys are now graciously giving away the farm (paying it forward in modern parlance) with their secret recipes.

There have been “brew beers like you buy before” but the new generation books (beyond the classic “The Complete Joy of Homebrewing”) are written by the brewers themselves – or at least as edited by Mr. Agnew. So first-hand accounts (extract efficiencies and hop utilization factors included!) for both liquid extract and all grain versions standardized to 5 gallon batches of these 38 beers ranging with styles from Pale Ales, IPA’s, Porters, Stouts, Wheats and Ryes, Belgian and Specialty and Lagers (the latter – 3 lagers worth looking at from the viewpoint of the difficulty in making them and the need to support a customer base who love this style of beer).

Featuring profiles of the Breweries and many of the Brewers with a nice spread of full color plates I’d imagine other professional brewers and “want to become pro brewers” will also peek into this book. Likely a “should be on every –serious - homebrewers shelf” too. For me a nice find to discover more about my own clients and favorite brewers.
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This is one of the coolest brewing books I've ever seen 8 juillet 2014
Par James Ferrier - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Absolutely awesome. I bought this book with no knowledge about it other than it had the 8 bit pale ale recipe in it. What I got was not at all what I expected. This is basically a homebrewers coffee table book. Beautiful pictures, excellent descriptions and tons of killer pro brewer recipes. This is one of the coolest brewing books I've ever seen
The author could have done a better job with the "shopping cart" instructions as it is ... 3 décembre 2014
Par Meritous - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is written for the homebrewer who is making beer using extract malt instead of all-grain. All-grain instructions are included in with each recipe but seemingly as an after-thought. I found a number of the recipes confusing when trying to make as all-grain brews. The author could have done a better job with the "shopping cart" instructions as it is necessary to read through some recipes to get all the ingredients you need for your order. Don't buy this book unless you intend to brew enough extract beers to make it worth the price.
Great pictures and Great Recipes 6 septembre 2014
Par StayingCool - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've tried 2 recipes so far and they were great! Since the bigger craft brewers use specialty items some ingredients may need to be modified.
Five Stars 30 novembre 2014
Par KH - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Exactly what this beer brewer wanted!
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