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Old 07-26-2008, 05:49 PM   #11
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Love that book. It doesn't have any exact recipes, but for pretty much all of the Trappist Breweries, they have some kind of outline with the grains, hop, and yeast types used. Also great tables on breakdowns of different varieties of yeasts and hops to use and when. All the information to make great Belgian beer is there, but you need to learn it, the info is not handed to you. Give a man a fish kind of thing I guess.

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