[Tastebridge] recommendations for books on alcoholic brewing
richard.conroy at gmail.com
Tue Jul 10 06:50:25 UTC 2012
if you get a good list together will you share it out?
I am familiar with the alcoholic fermentation chapters of Wild
Fermentation, and I have read Strong Waters too. They are pretty good for
beginners, but one area that is generally not covered well is All Grain
I am aware that this is not considered 'beginner' material, but I would
like to see a good novice oriented complete explanation.
There are some all grain brewing techniques that are very beginner friendly
(like brew in a bag) and the science behind it is quite interesting too.
On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 3:28 AM, Frantisek Apfelbeck <algoldor at yahoo.com>wrote:
> Hi to all,
> I would like to ask for an advice concerning buying a good books for
> learning fermentations focused on alcoholic ferments and preferably for
> beginners. The books should not be just a list of recipes, preferably they
> would explain the principles of alcoholic brewing, talk about the
> biochemistry, microorganisms etc. The fields of interests are beer
> making, wine making, meads and we would love to get some good one
> especially about cider. I think a book just about various types of yeasts
> would be great too.
> We are preparing an order for Susubori Academy which is a project under
> Kyonggi University (Seoul) focused on brewing of traditional Korean
> alcoholic rice drink called makgeolli. I have made a short list of books
> which I know about below but I would like to ask for more recommendations.
> The Art of Fermentation - Sandor Ellix Katz
> Strong Waters: A Simple Guide to Making Beer, Wine, Cider and Other
> Spirited Beverages at Home - Scott Mansfield
> Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers: The Secrets of Ancient Fermentation -
> Stephen Harrod Buhner
> So any recommendations are appreciated, I will be in touch shortly, I am
> hitting the road for the next three days will be back on Saturday.
> Many thanks!
> Frantisek Algoldor Apfelbeck
> biotechnologist&kvasir and hacker
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