beer books

Always on the quest to gain new perspectives on the brewing process, I decided to pick up a copy of Randy Mosher’s Mastering Homebrew. I really enjoy Randy’s style, he’s a professional graphic designer which gives his content delivery a slightly different approach than the majority of homebrew books on the market.

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Over the past few years I’ve consumed a lot of information from a variety of sources but there are select materials I’ll come back to time and time again. Below are some of the key resources that have transformed me from philistine to a significantly more educated beer consumer.


After my Christmas read, Vintage Beer by Patrick Dawson, I’ve been inspired to be more experimental with the beers I should save and ensure that I also well document the beers currently in my cellar. It’s a really good read for the relative newcomer like myself to the concept of aging beer. The books goes through the rules …