Köstliches Bier selbst zu brauen ist weder kompliziert, noch erfordert es viel Platz oder ein großes Budget. Kochtopf, Kochlöffel, Sieb, Thermometer, dazu eine 5-l-Glasflasche mit Gärspund und ein Schlauch – das ist alles an Equipment, das man braucht, um in der eigenen Küche das frischeste Bier der Welt zu brauen!Und das Ergebnis? Unbezahlbar! Denn nicht nur das Bier schmeckt unübertroffen gut, auch das Gefühl ist einzigartig, einem Freund eine Flasche Bier mit den Worten zu überreichen: »Das habe ich selbst gebraut.« Das perfekte Geschenk für Bierliebhaber!Paperback , Klappenbroschur, 156 Seiten, 19,5 x 24,0 cm
Learn the surprisingly straightforward process of home distilling with detailed instructions and step-by-step photos.
Whether you're looking for accessible information on how to make your first moonshine, gin, bourbon, brandy, or other spirit or you're a home distiller who wants to learn more and perfect your craft, How to Distill is the resource you need.
In this book, certified industry expert and knowledgeable home distiller Aaron Hyde lays out the how and why of all the key processes, starting at the mash and fermentation, through distilling, and ending with additional information on aging and blending spirits
In addition to the practical information, the book also explores the underlying chemistry and physics of distillation, helping you to understand the scientific principles behind the process.
Overall, "How to Distill" is an essential resource for anyone interested in the art and science of distillation.
Format: Paperback | 224 pages
This practical guide tells you how to make your first, home-brewed beer. What materials do you need? How does the brewing process work? Which raw materials determine the taste of your beer? With the clear step-by-step description and handy checklists, brewing has never been easier!Was your first beer a success and do you want to take it a step further? With the basic knowledge you now have, you can experiment to your heart's content with the recipes for wheat beer, double, porter, stout and other tasty beers.Specifications:
Author: Ferdinand Laudage Language:Dutch Release date:April 2021 Print:1 ISBN:9789044758917
Beer has never been talked about as much as it is today. For hobby brewers, aficionados, but also sommeliers, it is always about the same questions: How does the beer taste and smell? What are the aroma, colour and effervescence like? How did it become what it is? What ingredients and what brewing process are behind it? What does it go with?
In his 2nd book, Jan Brücklmeier explains in his casual and at the same time profound way how maximum enjoyment is created, how beer is tasted and combined and what constitutes aroma, taste and smell. In addition, the brewing engineer gives an overview of the most important beer styles and shows how to brew them in refined recipes on a 20-litre scale.
Author: Brücklmeier, Jan
Release date: Nov 2022
Number of pages:416
The product mead is a honey drink that has been in existence since the 15th century. This dates back to the time of Queen Elizabeth the 1st and Thor. It is one of the earliest beverages known to man. Then it was taken in countries like Ancient China, India and Greece.
Mead is an alcoholic drink gotten from honey. It is produced when honey is fermented and distilled to produce an alcoholic beverage.This book produces an easy step-by-step guide on how to make this amazing honey drink.
It includes the history and legends guiding this drink, where it was discovered, and how it is made with simple ingredients and tools for production.You will also discover how to differentiate between original honey and adulterated honey and different recipes and additives that can be used to change the taste and nature of the drink and also enlighten you more about fermentation of wine.These and many more will be made available to you as you read through this book.
Author: Bhatt, Osmond
Release date: December 2021
Number of pages:70
The fast way to homebrew beer. This little book makes brewing a pleasure with few words but lots of infographics. Everything you need to know is there - concise, clear, to the point! A successful introduction for newcomers, but also a great book for experienced hobby brewers.
Author: Adams, Mitch
Release date:March 2023
Number of pages:128
For more than two decades, homebrewers around the world have turned to Brew Your Own magazine for the best information on making incredible beer at home. Now, for the first time, 300 of BYO's best clone recipes for recreating favorite commercial beers are coming together in one book.
Inside you'll find dozens of IPAs, stouts, and lagers, easily searchable by style. The collection includes both classics and newer recipes from top award-winning American craft breweries including Brooklyn Brewery, Deschutes, Firestone Walker, Hill Farmstead, Jolly Pumpkin, Modern Times, Maine Beer Company, Stone Brewing Co., Surly, Three Floyds, Tröegs, and many more. Classic clone recipes from across Europe are also included. Whether you're looking to brew an exact replica of one of your favorites or get some inspiration from the greats, this book is your new brewday planner.
Author: Brew Your Own
Release date:January 2020
Number of pages:272
Step by step is a handy beginner's book of 16 pages in words and pictures about the basic principles of making Cider yourself. Ideal for anyone who wants to get started quickly, with tips without complicated stories. Provided with many illustrations and simple recipes to begin with.
Homemade goodies for your pantry or to give as gifts! Traditionally, our grandmothers and great-grandmothers canned fruits and vegetables during the harvest season so that they could still be enjoyed during the cold months. Today, that enjoyment of homemade delicacies has gained importance.After all, preserving recipes allow you to stock up on the most delicious fruit jams, jellies, marmalades and purées. Or pickle plums or peaches in syrup or alcohol, or make your own liqueur.Among vegetables, there's traditional sauerkraut, pickles, pickles and southern antipasti. With the right techniques, you can also preserve fonds, sauces and prepared dishes for longer periods of time, so that on days when you don't have much time, you can quickly whip up a delicious meal.You will also find recipes in this book for terrines of meat and fish and for home-made condiments such as ketchup, mustard, pesto, chutney, herb vinegar and oil. And, of course, in this book you will also read all about the most important pickling and preserving techniques, such as pickling, smoking, drying and fermenting.Specifications:
Author: Petra Casparek Language: Dutch Release date: September 2022 Print: 1 ISBN:9789044763768 Number of pages: 144
This book contains great recipes for a total of 150 liqueurs made from flowers, herbs, dried aromatics, fruits, nuts, etc. It explains the basics of liqueur making in a simple and clear way. Indispensable for every liqueur lover!Specifications:Author: Ad CoumouLanguage: DutchDate of publication: April 2011ISBN:9789080073562Number of pages: 88
Step by step is a handy beginner's book of 16 pages in words and pictures about the basic principles of making wine yourself. Ideal for anyone who wants to get started quickly, with tips without complicated stories. Provided with many illustrations and 8 simple recipes to begin with.
With this book on your kitchen counter, making jam has never been easier. Thanks to the clear recipes and handy tips and tricks of Madam Confituur you can quickly and easily conjure up the most delicious jam, jam, jelly or marmalade.And in all seasons. More than 90 strong jars, classics and surprising flavor combinations, such as: strawberry jam, currant jelly, blueberry jam with limoncello, pear jam with speculoos spices, grapefruit marmalade, spicy red grape jelly, pineapple jam with mango and banana.Katrien Hoebers, aka Madam Confiture, loves everything that fits into her jars. A pastime that her family wholeheartedly applauds, if only so they can stick their finger in another jar every now and then and taste all the goodies. With her blog, workshops and books, Madam Confituur proves that making jam, jam, jelly or marmalade is a piece of cake.Specifications:
Author:Madam ConfituurLanguage: Dutch Release date: April 2018 Print:1 ISBN:9789022335130 Number of pages:160
Craft beer is currently on everyone's lips in Germany. Oliver Wesseloh - a passionate brewer and world champion beer sommelier - takes us on a journey through the surprisingly diverse world of beer, which has so much more to offer than Pilsner.
Altbier, Oatmeal Stout, IPA (India Pale Ale), Weizenbock - these are just four of 150 beer styles worldwide. Coriander, raspberries or salt - these are just three natural ingredients that, along with 200 hop varieties and a variety of malts and yeasts, can give a craft beer its special taste. Craft beer, also called "craft beer" or creative beer, is beer from independent breweries that produce flavourful, characterful beers in small batches. Oliver Wesseloh introduces creative minds from the German and international beer scene, takes us through German brewing history, explains the path to good beer, gives instructions on home brewing, questions the German Purity Law and makes us want to discover the new diversity of beer.
A book full of heart and soul, a declaration of love for beer, a must for all beer lovers. And last but not least: Due to the loving design with numerous colour illustrations, the perfect gift.
Author: Wesseloh, Oliver
Release date: Jan 2015
Number of pages: 239
From internationally recognised beer-brewing authority Randy Mosher comes the ultimate guide to the craft, for beginners and advanced brewers alike.
Author: Mosher, Randy
Release date:December 2021
Number of pages:384
Making your own wine from fruits and vegetables. For the novice and advanced winemaker. A wonderful hobby, to do, talk about and enjoy. Clear explanations, beautiful illustrations and many wine making recipes.
Author:Jan Veenstra Language:Dutch Release date:July 2021 Print: 1 ISBN:9789403622583 Number of pages: 112
Introducing the Second Edition of world’s most comprehensive beer hop dictionary. The Hops List – The perfect tool for passionate brewers and craft beer drinkers.
Discover new hop flavors and aromas from around the world. The Hops List is the largest collection of hops information ever compiled. With it you’ll have access to variety descriptions, analytical data, tasting notes, substitutes, style suggestions and lots more on a staggering 339 unique varieties.
Inside you’ll also discover insights from brewmasters who have worked at some of the world’s most prestigious breweries like Dogfish Head, Founders Brewing Co. and Brooklyn Brewery among many others. Inside they reveal some of their favorite hop varieties as well as tips on how to use them best.
The Hops List is a fantastic resource for professional brewers, amateur brewers and craft beer drinkers who are looking for an exhaustive resource on just about every beer hop on the planet.
Author: Healey, Julian
Number of pages:424
Anyone who likes to optimise and experiment with home brewing, who wants to brew their own special and excellent beer, needs an adequate reference book for their art in which everything important can be found.
The engineer for brewing Jan Brücklmeier provides the ambitious hobby brewer with detailed and at the same time vivid and entertaining expertise on all important areas of home brewing: equipment, raw materials, brewing process, yeast breeding, disinfection, beer tasting, troubleshooting. Sophisticated recipes on a 20-litre scale encourage you to develop your own recipes.Specifications:
Author: Brücklmeier, Jan
Release date: August 2022
Number of pages: 492
Do It Yourself: put together your own pantry. The trend to live more consciously also manifests itself in, or especially in, the kitchen.With "Oil, Vinegar, Acid & Salt" you can easily learn to assemble or expand your pantry with homemade vinegars, fragrant herb oils, pickled seasonal vegetables, spice blends and more.
"Oil, Vinegar, Acid & Salt"
' covers not only various preservation techniques such as drying, fermenting and infusing, but also the very easy composition of spice blends such as za'atar, celery salt or making chili oil, tarragon vinegar and salsa brava.With clear guidelines on storage times, drying, pickling and fermenting, you'll put together a fantastic pantry and never again miss out on the most delicious products like pickled lemons, fragrant vinegars and fantastic spice blends. As an encore, this book provides recipes for snacks, entrees and main courses.Specifications:
Author: Johan BjörkmanLanguage: DutchRelease date: September 2019Print: 1ISBN: 9789461432193Number of pages: 176
When brewing was discovered more than 8,000 years ago, it was hailed as a gift from the gods. Today beer is enjoyed all over the world, available in infinite styles—yet brewing is still seen as a mysterious process. In reality, everyone can create unique beers in their own home, and this comprehensive, step-by-step guide will show you how.
You will learn how to buy, build, and use all of the equipment involved in home-brewing, getting you started with a minimum of hassle and expense. Following the magic rules to success couldn’t be easier, and handy worksheets mean each batch can be easily monitored and recorded—leading you to triumph time after time. The Brewer’s Bible takes you from preparation and storing to conditioning and bottling, clearly outlining each factor in the process and giving an overview of fermentation. As you become more adventurous, discover how to vary techniques and ingredients to produce unbeatable beers. As well as recipes for ales, lagers, and unique brews, you can even get tips on how to savor your creation. There’s advice on glassware, setting up a “home bar,” and even the perfect food/home-brew combinations. From Belgium to the U.S., from brown ale to weizenbock, the country-by-country guide to world beer styles is both practical and fascinating. There’s also a first-hand account of processes inside a professional brewery.
This book is a must in your kitchen library! You will find inspiring photos, basic techniques, step-by-step illustrations, a multitude of practical tips and more than 50 cheese recipes.
Beautifully illustrated, countless colour photos,
Dimensions: 203 x 253 mm
Contents: 176 pages
Craft beer brewing is on the rise. Even in the popular One Home program they have been brewing. But do not be mistaken, there is more to it than just adding some ingredients together. Only when you gain insight into the whole brewing process, in the characteristic properties of ingredients such as the grain, hops and yeast, you can brew a beer that exactly tastes the way you want it. Brewing beer for starters gives you a basic insight into what you need to brew beer, what actually happens when you are brewing and how you can influence and direct this brewing process depending on the ingredients, recipes, temperatures and techniques. After all, every act you as a brewer poses or does not have has consequences for the end result. For those who want to know more, the authors provide technical background information in separate frame sections. Brewing beer for starters gives you the basics of brewing, so you can brew a nice beer with a minimum of material. A lot of brewing pleasure and toast.
Authors: Luc Pauwels - Sven Gatz
Publisher: Standaard Uitgeverij 144 pages
For many years the handbook for self-preserving fruits and the preserving of vegetables and other foods. Richly equipped with photos, clear explanation of the materials and techniques to be used. Contents: 110 p.