The most complete and updated book is finally available for making beer at home, starting from ready-made malts up to e + g and all grain. Each theme is treated with technical content but truly suitable for everyone.
ISBN: 978-88-945365-0-8 – Pages: 356
A book with a modern approach, created with the intention of explaining clearly and in detail how beer is produced at home in the light of new technologies and the latest theoretical achievements. An exhaustive manual capable of both taking the neophyte by the hand and accompanying him step by step to produce good beer, as well as responding to the doubts and thirst for knowledge of the most advanced homebrewer in search of insights and advice.
Engineer born in 1977, he soon became passionate about beer and in 2000, together with friends, he launched the site antidoto.org which for several years tells the story of pub life in the capital. In 2012 he brewed his first home beer. He teaches tasting and organizes homebrewing courses, and on his blog www.brewingbad.com he collects all his experiences in the brewing world. Surely one of the most important blogs on the Italian brewing scene.
Mechanical Engineer born in 1983, he began with homebrewing in 2006, became a BJCP judge in 2017 and shortly afterwards a brewer for the Lieviteria brewery. He writes for Fermento Birra Magazine and teaches tasting and homebrewing courses. Since 2010, through Berebirra’s facebook page, he has been talking about homebrewing, beer trips and much more.