The Homebrewer's Garden: How to Easily Grow, Prepare, and Use Your Own Hops, Malts, Brewing Herbs

The Homebrewer's Garden: How to Easily Grow, Prepare, and Use Your Own Hops, Malts, Brewing Herbs

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by Joe Fisher, Dennis Fisher
     
 

Grow a beer garden! Enhance the flavor, aroma, and personality of your homebrew by cultivating your own hops, herbs, and malt grains. With expert advice on choosing and maintaining the best plants for your needs, Joe Fisher and Dennis Fisher show you how to turn a small patch of backyard, or even a few window boxes, into a renewable brewing supply store. Discover

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Grow a beer garden! Enhance the flavor, aroma, and personality of your homebrew by cultivating your own hops, herbs, and malt grains. With expert advice on choosing and maintaining the best plants for your needs, Joe Fisher and Dennis Fisher show you how to turn a small patch of backyard, or even a few window boxes, into a renewable brewing supply store. Discover the satisfaction that comes from brewing tasty beers using fresh homegrown ingredients.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781580170109
Publisher:
Storey Books
Publication date:
01/10/1998
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
549,989
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)

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Meet the Author

Dennis Fisher is co-author of The Homebrewer’s Garden, Great Beer from Kits, and Brewing Made Easy. He is an organic farmer and homebrewer in Maine.

Joe Fisher is a member of the American Homebrewer's Association and the Maine Organic Farmers' and Gardeners' Association. His writings have appeared in Zymurgy and Organic Gardening magazines. He is a co-author of Brewing Made Easy and The Homebrewer’s Garden.

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Homebrewer's Garden: How to easily grow, prepare, and use your own hops, malts, and brewing herbs 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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dgdimitroff More than 1 year ago
I was severely disappointed in this book. I found very little in the text that was not woefully out of date or available online. This book may have been relevant when it was first published, but if a brewer is serious enough to read this book, he or she will most likely have already have found other resources that exceed the information in this book.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
The Fisher boys have done all homebrewers a great service with this book.Wether you're a novice or a veteran brewer they give practical easy to understand information on nearly forgotten brewing herbs and techniques. Well done!