Troubleshooting Methodology for Homebrew
by Jason Johnson
Publisher: Smashwords 2014
Number of pages: 94
Troubleshooting Methodology for Homebrew is a short book intended for the novice to intermediate brewer or anyone interested in learning the basics of evaluating a beer. This book will help define many common beer flavors and aromas and their descriptions, both the good and the bad.
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