Brew Your Own British Real Ale by Graham Wheeler
Brew Your Own British Real Ale Graham Wheeler ebook
Publisher: CAMRA Books
I was surfing around yesterday and came across this gem, “Brew Your Own British Real Ale “. If you actually apply the figures from his table you need 50% more hops, and if you apply that to his recipes in "Brew your own British Real Ale", it shows the recipes up as nowhere near what they should be. Making your own beer reduces greenhouse gas emissions, waste, and saves energy on recycling as you reuse your own bottles, and reduce transportation costs and emissions. Brew Your Own British Real Ale (Camra) book download. Dial-up users, I apologize in advance, but there are a lot of pictures in this post. Let's make sure you're a real person: . Although Obama is the first to serve homebrews from the WH, your password? Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Once you've added your top off water and mixed it up real good it's time to take your first gravity reading with your hydrometer. Here's my latest kit that I purchased from Midwest Supplies for an Ordinary English Bitter. From there it's just a waiting game to let the carbonation build up and for your beer to mature a bit before enjoying your final product. If there was a book the BritishBrewer should own it would be this one.