Sustainable Home Brewing and a Year of Beers

Summertime and the livin's easy! All you need is a tasty beer and a patch of shade to call your own to make the perfect summer day. If you're in to brewing your own beer, you must check out the new book from Workman, Sustainable Homebrewing. Author Amelia Slayton Loftus shares her expert knowledge in this comprehensive guide that includes everything homebrewers of all levels need to know to brew delicious, organic beer. Check out the 12-step process for Sustainable Homebrewing, and see if it's the right time for you to jump in and brew your own summer beers!

Sustainable Homebrewing covers the whys and hows of organic brewing, things to consider when buying equipment, and everything you need to know about organic ingredients (what makes them different, how to get them, and how to make substitutions). She also offers more than 30 irresistible recipes. You’ll learn how to brew sustainably by growing ingredients yourself, recycling water, using solar energy, and achieving zero waste. Loftus also includes information on developing new recipes, tips for honing competition skills, and a tasting guide to different beer styles.

About A Year of Good Beer! 2015 Page-A-Day Calendar: Cheers to a year of fantastic recommendations and guaranteed good drinking. Pour Sapporo’s Reserve Pilsner, boasting a harmonious marriage of bold malted barley and quality hops. A coffee porter done right: Kona’s Pipeline, with a distinct but subtle flavor of Kona’s famous coffee beans. Plus delicious pairings, trivia, quotes, lore, and more—including a summer refresher to crack open after a tough day of yard work: Fancy Lawnmower, of course!



A Year of Good Beer from Page-A-Day® Calendar

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