Clone Brews, Recipes for 200 Commercial Beers by Tess and Mark Szamatulski.
Alright beer lovers and closet brewers, here's a book for you that will have you making all your favorite commercial brews. There's more recipes and variety in this book that I could possibly drink up. So many brew names I don't know, it's just amazing.
This books covers all types:
- Light Lager
- Amber & Dark Lager
- Light & Amber Hybrids
- English Ale
- Scottish Ale
- American Ale
- Brown Ale
- Belgian & French Ale
- Strong Ale
Clone Brews is a very well thought out book. I can't say it's for a beginner just starting out brewing at home. This book is for the brewer who understands the language, the ingredients and the steps to brewing at home. The person that benefits from this book has their equipment in place and bottles waiting to be filled.
I wish I knew more about home brewing, but I don't. I do have my favorite brews like Young's Double Chocolate Stout, Well's Banana Bread Beer, Fireman's #4 Blonde Ale on draft, Shiner Hefeweizen, and good ol' Shiner Bock. That's as far as the road takes me.
With great thanks for the generosity of Storey Publishing for this free book, SimpleDailyRecipes.com can pass this book along to one fortunate reader.
The winner of this giveaway is Amy L.
I just want to say THANK YOU for all those who participated and shared their favorite Oddbins drinks with all of us. I KNEW WE HAD A COOL CROWD OF READERS HERE ON SDR. ;D