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This book offers a thorough yet practical education on the
theory and techniques required to produce high-quality beers using
all-grain methods either at home or in a small commercial brewery.

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Reviews for New Brewing Lager Beer: The Most Comprehensive Book for Home and Microbrewers:

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Sep 13, 2018

Not for beginners. Quite technical and, when used in conjunction with more recent sources, quite useful. Outdated in places (best practices have changed and myths been debunked in the 20+ years since its publication), but a solid reference for somewhat experienced brewers looking to take their craft to the next level.
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Mar 12, 2019

This book is full of very detailed info for the serious brewer. I consider myself an average home brewer, and found some of the contents interesting while other parts were way over my head. It is a great reference book...meaning there are lots of charts and explanations that I could see myself coming back to. Good info, but to just sit and read is like reading an encyclopedia.
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Feb 22, 2013

A bit dated, a bit dry (it seems sufficiently technical for a professional brewer), but surprisingly comprehensive; information about lagering, secondary fermentation, lager yeast strains, krausening, decoction mashing, beech filtration, etc. are presented skillfully but not to the exclusion of ale brewing ingredients/techniques.
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Jan 29, 2008

While this book repeats much of the content of other popular home brewing books, I found it particularly useful for understanding the process and technical aspects of decoction mashing and lager fermentations, which are rarely addressed in other books. If you want to make German beers, this is the book to have.
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Jan 19, 2009

Compared to Plamer's book, this book is almost unreadable. It's mainly geared toward small microbreweries and I think they added the word 'homebrewers' to expand the marketing potential of a poorly readable book.
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Sep 20, 2010

Great information on every aspect of brewing. Section on lagering (surprise surprise) is especially good. Well researched, intermediate level technicality, but a beginner could follow. "How to Brew" by John Palmer is a much better begginer's text.
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A bit dated, a bit dry (it seems sufficiently technical for a professional brewer), but surprisingly comprehensive; information about lagering, secondary fermentation, lager yeast strains, krausening ...Full Review

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