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Old 10-02-2007, 09:41 PM   #1
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Well when I checked my email today I found my friend that I taught how to brew a few months ago had emailed me a copy of the eBay eBook with like 650ish recipes, I haven’t really gone through them, and I'm sure they can all be found across the internet.

But any who the point of this post is if you want me to email you a copy of it, just pm me with your email address

Figure I might as well offer it (and yes it is free )

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and for some reason if this is not allowed let me know and delete this thread

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are they extract and AG? sent a pm with my email address

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sent a pm with my email address
sent a book from my email addres hehe
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People who drink light "beer" don't like the taste of beer;
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We brewers don’t make beer, we just get all the ingredients
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Edit: Is it this one? http://www.home-brewer.co.uk/beer.pdf

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Edit: Is it this one? http://www.home-brewer.co.uk/beer.pdf
why yes it is , good find

mine is a zip with images (of the ebook cover), and also the book in both pdf and word, if you don't want those I would recomend just downloading from http://www.home-brewer.co.uk/beer.pdf

if you do want those I'll still email you the zip file, just ask
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People who drink light "beer" don't like the taste of beer;
they just like to pee a lot.
--Capital Brewery, Middleton, WI

We brewers don’t make beer, we just get all the ingredients
together and the beer makes itself.
--Fritz Maytag, President Anchor Brewing

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Old 10-03-2007, 03:51 AM   #6
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are they extract and AG? sent a pm with my email address
hey you edited your post (at least I think)

I haven't read through them yet
Zack (can't think of his screen name) said that they are mostly extract (if not all)

but remember it's free and I do belive you can change an extract recipe to an AG
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We brewers don’t make beer, we just get all the ingredients
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why yes it is , good find

mine is a zip with images (of the ebook cover), and also the book in both pdf and word, if you don't want those I would recomend just downloading from http://www.home-brewer.co.uk/beer.pdf

if you do want those I'll still email you the zip file, just ask

Thanks for sending it, The PDF (or at least the one I linked to) has the pagination messed up so the farther you get into it the less likely a recipe is to start at the top of a page. I suspect that the PDF was altered from A4 size to US Letter size without regard to pagination which is why the start of each new recipe creeps down the page. I'll probably print from the word document so I can reformat it.
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In the PDF:

"Recipe Type All Grain" appears 222 times
"Recipe Type Extract" appears 390 times
"Recipe Type Partial Mash" appears 30 times

hope that helps
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Thanks for sending it, The PDF (or at least the one I linked to) has the pagination messed up so the farther you get into it the less likely a recipe is to start at the top of a page. I suspect that the PDF was altered from A4 size to US Letter size without regard to pagination which is why the start of each new recipe creeps down the page. I'll probably print from the word document so I can reformat it.

In the PDF:

"Recipe Type All Grain" appears 222 times
"Recipe Type Extract" appears 390 times
"Recipe Type Partial Mash" appears 30 times

hope that helps
No problem with the file, I’ll email the pm’s I have right now when I get home (my personal email is block at work)
I am doing my best to reformat it into us letter too, I am noticing that several recipes just end with out any directions, or have ingredient sizes with no ingredients, oh well it is free,
I’m also trying to format it so I can have cafépress.com print me off a copy, there is a 500 page limit though so I don’t think I can have every recipe on its own page but I will try, I’ll put the reformatted word (and PDF) files into my zip I mail out, I also might add some recipes (and delete the useless ones) if I can get one printed for me. (like to have a copy on my book shelf)

I guess there are a fair amount of AG’s (sure hope you used search for those figures , if not I think you could have brewed (and probably fermented) in the time it took to count those
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People who drink light "beer" don't like the taste of beer;
they just like to pee a lot.
--Capital Brewery, Middleton, WI

We brewers don’t make beer, we just get all the ingredients
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--Fritz Maytag, President Anchor Brewing

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Flipping through the recipes I found a Pale Ale with “Other Ingredients: 1lbs corn flakes, secondary.” Anybody care to explain?

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