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Old 09-26-2005, 01:04 AM   #11
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I think theClone Brews books (I have both) are OK for novices. Each brew has an extract recipe as well as an all-grain version for advanced brewers.
There's 2 of them? What's the second one?

Here's a list of my brew books:

1. 50 Great Homebrewing Tips – David Weisberg
2. BierErleben – Privater Brauereien – Weihenstephan, Munchen
3. Brew Classic European Beers At Home – Graham Wheeler and Roger Protz
4. Brewmaster’s Recipe Manual – Stephen Snyder
5. Clone Brews -
6. Complete Joy of Home Brewing, The New, 2nd Edition – Charlie Papazian
7. Complete Joy of Home Brewing, 3rd Edition – Charlie Papazian
8. Evaluating Beer – Brewer’s Publications
9. German Wheat Beer – Eric Warner – Classic Beer Style Series, #7
10. History of German Beer, The
11. Home Brewer’s Companian – Charlie Papazian
12. Homebrew Favorites – Karl F. Lutzen and Mark Stevens
13. Homebrewer’s Recipe Guide, The – Higgins, Kilgore, and Hertlein
14. Kolsch – Eric Warner, Classic Beer Style Series, #13
15. Making Mead – Bryan Acton and Peter Duncan
16. More Homebrew Favorites – Karl F. Lutzen and Mark Stevens
17. Radical Brewing – Randy Mosher
18. Using Hops, The Complete Guide to Hops for the Craft Brewer – Mark Garetz
19. Yeast Culturing for the Homebrewer – Rog Leistad

Can anyone recommend some more?
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Old 09-26-2005, 02:07 AM   #12
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Not to hijack, but since we're speaking of clones, anyone have a clone of Caffrey's Irish ale? I've never heard of it, but I got a tap handle for it. I did a search and people seem to rave about it. I guess it's not available in the States.

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Old 09-26-2005, 02:23 AM   #13
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There's 2 of them? What's the second one?
The second book is called Beer Captured.
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Old 09-26-2005, 04:59 AM   #14
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The second book is called Beer Captured.
Thanks. I'll have to look it up.

Wait a minute, is that the one on American beers? That's probably why I've passed it up??
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Old 10-01-2005, 08:13 PM   #15
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Second batch I ever brewed was a Clone Brew. They also have a book called Beer Captured. Awesome brew. If you're in CT check out their store in Monroe.

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Wait a minute, is that the one on American beers?
Nope, worldwide.
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I'll have to look one up. Thanks.

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I've had the Dos Equis out of the "Clone Brews" and it turned out great. In fact, it tasted very much like the comercial beer - but a good deal better.

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