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Secrets de brasseur - Réussir sa bière Maison



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language: French
223 pages

  • The revival of local microbreweries is finally bringing diversity to the beer scene. Successfully brewing and tasting one's own beer is an experience that now appeals to many enthusiasts.
  • Two professional brewers, both agronomic engineers, make their know-how available to amateurs.
  • A resolutely practical book, abundantly illustrated with photos and small explanatory drawings.

Technical part 1

  • The different beer families, ingredients, household and professional equipment...
  • The brewing process in pictures

20 step-by-step homemade beers
Blonde beer (Pilsner style), Triple blonde beer (Belgian style), Lager beer (Bohemian Lager), White beer (German Weizen style), Fruity hoppy blonde beer (American Pale Ale style), Indian Pale Ale (IPA) (dark blonde, bitter), Red beer (English Pale Ale style), Amber Christmas beer, Brown beer (Belgian style), Black beer (English stout style).

Brewers' secrets
Throughout the book, double-page spreads focus on choosing the right hops, disinfecting your equipment...

Important: the techniques are ALL GRAIN, so they can be adapted to any type of grain (unlike what is usually found in books on the market today).
Numerous illustrations explain how enzymes, yeast and hopping work.

Thomas Mousseau is founder of the Ouche Nanon brewery and Matthieu Goemaere is a home brewer. Linda Louis is the author of L'Appel gourmand de la forêt, published by La Plage, and took the photographs for Secrets de brasseurs.

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