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Old 01-01-2014, 09:51 AM   #1
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Default Homebrewer's Guide to Vintage Beer

Apologies for the blatant tarting about to take place. My book about home brewing historic beers is published today.

http://www.amazon.com/Home-Brewers-G...dp/1592538827/



In addition to the recipes, it covers brewing techniques, ingredients and the history and development of each style.

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Old 01-01-2014, 11:06 AM   #2
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Annnnnnnnnnnddddddddddd...it's gone!

Congratulations! I put it in my wish list to purchase upon it returning to stock.

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Cool book. I still have links to a lot of that sort of thing back to the vikings. I even made a Burton ale once. Good stuff. I hope it sells well. I'm still writing my 1st book. Dystopian sci-fi where the main character was a home brewer. But in this F'd up world,he runs a 6 barrel brewery for the well-healed part of the population running this rat circus. Interesting how HBT brings out the writer in some of us!...

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You have every right to be proud of being published. And you did the right thing to post it here. I'm going to look for it.

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Is it possible to make it available for digital download? That's how I purchase most books now.

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I pre-ordered a week ago. Hopefully it ships tomorrow!

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Is it possible to make it available for digital download? That's how I purchase most books now.
I'm afraid not. As it's through a proper publisher, I have no control over it.
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Will it be sold in the uk?

shipping is only a fiver so no worries if not, just it might take an age to get here

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Will it be sold in the uk?

shipping is only a fiver so no worries if not, just it might take an age to get here
Currently it is only cheduled for release in the US.
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