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Old 04-10-2013, 04:25 AM   #11
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Cool! I will definitely be checking it out. Congratulations and best of luck!

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Old 04-10-2013, 04:30 AM   #12
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Good luck brother. I know you have inspired a lot of us here to brew something new. I look forward to adding this to my shelf.

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Please see if they will e-publish it too. I'm annoyed that so many of the home brewing books I want are not available for nook or kindle...all the crazy engineering discussed on this site you'd expect them to figure out we are no Luddites...

Hey sorry to rant on your thread...grats on the book I'll absolutely buy it for my nook soon as I can

Oh and ps, love the blog, great sourdough bread recipes there.

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Old 04-10-2013, 04:58 AM   #14
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Where do I sign up! I gotta have a copy.

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Congrats, can't wait to read it.

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Congrats! I'm first in line in Germany!

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Please see if they will e-publish it too. I'm annoyed that so many of the home brewing books I want are not available for nook or kindle...all the crazy engineering discussed on this site you'd expect them to figure out we are no Luddites...

Hey sorry to rant on your thread...grats on the book I'll absolutely buy it for my nook soon as I can

Oh and ps, love the blog, great sourdough bread recipes there.
No worries there, one reason the contract took so long is that we were waiting for a new clause about ebook publication. Cheers!
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Old 04-10-2013, 03:13 PM   #18
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Congrats Mike! cant wait to get a copy!

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I will definitely get myself a copy. I really enjoy the blog. How much is history vs homebrew application?

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I really enjoy the blog. How much is history vs homebrew application?
I enjoy history, stories, human interest etc. but what I am really crazy about are process specifics. How many oak spirals does Ithaca add to Brute? What is the pitching rate for Surly Five? Where does the Bruery source their Brett strains? How many pounds of cherries does Russian River add to Supplication? The one thing I didn’t go to aggressively for was malt/hop recipe details, because I don’t find them to be that important.

I wanted to present all of the information I gathered (both practical and scientific) to give brewers options. There is no single “right” answer to any aspect of brewing sour beers. My goal was to allow people to pick which brewery’s house character they prefer, and then provide all of the details so they could do something similar at home (or in their own brewery).
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