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by Terry Foster

ePub Pale Ale (Classic Beer Style Series, 1) download
Author:
Terry Foster
ISBN13:
978-0937381182
ISBN:
0937381187
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Publisher:
Brewers Publications (January 26, 1998)
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Subcategory:
Beverages & Wine
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1887 kb
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1744 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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813

Series: Classic Beer Style Series, 1 (Book 16. Foster yet points his experience and personal preferences, explaining why's. Sincerely, this book got rank in the classic series, even for an advanced brewer, it has plenty of tricky knowledge worth learning.

Series: Classic Beer Style Series, 1 (Book 16.

Terry Foster pays proper homage to this distinctive ale and the sub-styles it has spawned.

Classic Beer Style Series: Pale Ale (Terry Foster). Classic Beer Style Series: Pale Ale (Terry Foster). Terry Foster pays proper homage to this distinctive ale and the sub-styles it has spawned. The Classic Beer Style Series from Brewers Publications examines individual world-class beer styles, covering origins, history, sensory profiles, brewing techniques and commercial examples. BYO-30 Great Beer Styles.

Pale Ale. (Classic Beer Style Series An interesting book about the history and composition of one the great classic beer styles. (Classic Beer Style Series Foster writes an entertaining, in-depth examination of the world's most popular beer style. An interesting book about the history and composition of one the great classic beer styles. That being said, it's definitely written from a British perspective, so American readers may be a bit taken aback by some of the assertions and/or ingredient discussions. It's still well-worth the read, regardless of which side of the pond you call home; there is plenty of story here about how pale ales came to be what they are today.

Foster's Pale Ale is essential for anyone serious about brewing or homebrewing. Foster canvases the history of Pale Ale, IPA, and bitter, and analyzes the character profile of these beers in detail. Foster also addresses the preferred ingredients and methods which are often taken for granted and overlooked in this common and popular style. Pale Ale also contains a good section on cask conditioning and serving ale from the wood. If you brew, read this book.

Never before has the evolution of pale ale been so thoroughly explored. Terry Foster pays proper homage to this distinctive ale, and the substyles it has spawned. Connect to view price. Book, Home Brewer's Companion - Papazian. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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Terry Foster pays proper homage to this distinctive ale, and the substyles it has spawned. Other books in this series. Pale Ale. Terry Foster.

By (author) Terry Foster. Format Paperback 300 pages.

Foster writes an entertaining, in-depth examination of the world's most popular beer style. He traces its remarkable history, reviews leading commercial examples, and provides recipes in English and metric units.
  • The dated material about the state of craft beer pre 1990 is humorous. The information and history has taught me quite a bit.

  • The book wasn't perfect but better than I expected, considering the price.

  • perfect.

  • Good deal

  • I just got this book from the local library and read it in an afternoon. I'm an amature homebrewer, by no means an expert, but this book allowed me to learn a great deal about brewing in general, not just the Pale Ale family. I am very interested in doing some of the all-grain recipes listed in the book.

    Let us start at the beginning of this book, Foster covers a brief history of Pale ale, establishing that the three Ales are very similar and that the distinctions he makes for ease of learning are by no means universal.

    He then begins the discussion over the characteristics. His discussion includes many different variables in the brewing process, including the use of adjuncts. Interestingly enough, he does not outrightly condem the usage of additives, he does give a list of benefits and detriments to caution the brewer in his usage of additives.

    Shortly after this Foster begins a lengthy discussion on the storage and carbonation of beer.

    Foster does a good job of describing the different characteristics of the ales and how to get those characteristics into your own beer.

    The only reason that I give this book a 4 instead of 5 is because Foster spends far too much time explaining how to put Pale ale into wooden casks. I understand that he really enjoys this, but he mentions several times that people will never want to really deal with wooden barrels. I would have liked to learn more about the specific styles of breing and how they can be implemented in a home-brew setting.

    Over all, read this book. If you're serious about brewing a good IPA (and inviting the author over to taste it, which he say's he'll not refuse!), buy this book. If you just want to sound smart drinking with your buds, get it from the library.

  • This is a good book, but a LOT has changed in the brewing world since it's publication. Especially in the realm of the homebrewer. For a more complete and up to date reference on this style I'd recommend Terry Fosters revised book of the same title. It is book 16 in the Classic Beer Style Series. Happy Brewing.

  • Great info , however a lot has changed. Still a great read.

  • I think this book will help anyone who's trying to perfect their brewing skills and make the perfect pale ale.