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Books on Hold: The Naked Brewer: Fearless Homebrewing Tips, Tricks & Rule-breaking Recipes by Christina Perozzi, Hallie Beaune

January 26th, 2013

Books on Hold is a blog series dedicated to books I have seen in passing and requested from my local library. See more in the series at the end of this blog post. — Douglas

I am a big fan of beer and have often thought about making my own. Hard cider is as close as I have come, though. Perhaps this book will push me over the edge into some full-on beer brewing.

The Naked Brewer: Fearless Homebrewing Tips, Tricks & Rule-breaking Recipes by Christina Perozzi, Hallie Beaune

* Discovered via TheKitchn

From Amazon.com…

For novice and experienced homebrewers alike, a year’s worth of homebrew recipes and how-tos that will arm you with the basic wisdom any homebrewer needs to build their brewing know-how.

In The Naked Brewer, Christina Perozzi and Hallie Beaune provide a spectrum of seasonal homebrew recipes with something for every beer-loving palate, from a Black Smoke Pale, Crisp Summer Kolsch, or Honey Chamomile Blonde perfect for summer, to heartier brews like a Pecan Pie Brown, Imperial Blood Red, or Fig and Clove Dubbel. This brewers’ handbook will help you master tricks like:

  • Recipes for easy tinctures, syrups, and preserves that will become unique additions to your homebrew. 
  • The Top 10 Brewing Don’ts that will help you be the most successful brewer possible. 
  • How to make a whiskey barrel–aged beer by adding whiskey-soaked wood cubes to your brew. 
  • How to make a delicious German brew with just a fifteen-minute boil.

The Naked Brewer shows you how to make tasty, interesting, and innovative brews in the comfort of your home that you will be proud to share with friends.”

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