Historic German and Austrian Beers for the Home Brewer - free download

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Historic German and Austrian Beers for the Home Brewer - free download

Post by f00b4r » Sat Mar 28, 2020 11:47 pm

Andreas Krennmair has made his book free for the time being:

https://twitter.com/der_ak/status/12438 ... 52676?s=20

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Re: Historic German and Austrian Beers for the Home Brewer - free download

Post by Cobnut » Tue Mar 31, 2020 4:21 pm

This would be great if it were available on amazon.co.uk, but the link takes me to the amazon.com site and when I try to complete the order it redirects me to amazon UK where I cannot complete the order :@
Fermenting: 100% Vienna Malt Faux Helles
Conditioning: Brakspears Bitter (ish) clone
Drinking: Sierra Nevada Pale Ale clone (ish), Lockdown HazelweissKeyworth Mid-season single hop pale ale, SMASH Keeping Ale (Chevallier, First Gold, Voss Kveik), Haflinger (rather odd weizenbock), 'Ol 'Enry Brut IPA, Cherry Chocolate Dubbel Trubbel, A Galaxy Far, Far Away Black IPA (or maybe it's an American Stout?)
Planning: Witbier, Oatmeal Stout IV, Brown Ale, etc.

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Post by f00b4r » Tue Mar 31, 2020 4:22 pm

Just do a search for the author on the UK (or your local) site and you can then download it.

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Post by Cobnut » Wed Apr 01, 2020 9:14 am

I managed to get this in the end. :)

btw f00b4r, are you responsible for the introductory note at the beginning?
Fermenting: 100% Vienna Malt Faux Helles
Conditioning: Brakspears Bitter (ish) clone
Drinking: Sierra Nevada Pale Ale clone (ish), Lockdown HazelweissKeyworth Mid-season single hop pale ale, SMASH Keeping Ale (Chevallier, First Gold, Voss Kveik), Haflinger (rather odd weizenbock), 'Ol 'Enry Brut IPA, Cherry Chocolate Dubbel Trubbel, A Galaxy Far, Far Away Black IPA (or maybe it's an American Stout?)
Planning: Witbier, Oatmeal Stout IV, Brown Ale, etc.

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Re: Historic German and Austrian Beers for the Home Brewer - free download

Post by f00b4r » Wed Apr 01, 2020 10:29 am

Cobnut wrote:I managed to get this in the end. :)

btw f00b4r, are you responsible for the introductory note at the beginning?
Great. Yes I am the op of the thread.

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Post by Cobnut » Wed Apr 01, 2020 10:32 am

f00b4r wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 10:29 am
Cobnut wrote:I managed to get this in the end. :)

btw f00b4r, are you responsible for the introductory note at the beginning?
Great. Yes I am the op of the thread.
Maybe I wasn't totally clear: there's an introduction in the book written by ... you? And Andreas makes reference to a non-German Berlin resident who he credits with growing the craft beer scene in Berlin. Also you?
Fermenting: 100% Vienna Malt Faux Helles
Conditioning: Brakspears Bitter (ish) clone
Drinking: Sierra Nevada Pale Ale clone (ish), Lockdown HazelweissKeyworth Mid-season single hop pale ale, SMASH Keeping Ale (Chevallier, First Gold, Voss Kveik), Haflinger (rather odd weizenbock), 'Ol 'Enry Brut IPA, Cherry Chocolate Dubbel Trubbel, A Galaxy Far, Far Away Black IPA (or maybe it's an American Stout?)
Planning: Witbier, Oatmeal Stout IV, Brown Ale, etc.

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Re: Historic German and Austrian Beers for the Home Brewer - free download

Post by f00b4r » Wed Apr 01, 2020 10:33 am

Cobnut wrote:
f00b4r wrote:
Wed Apr 01, 2020 10:29 am
Cobnut wrote:I managed to get this in the end. :)

btw f00b4r, are you responsible for the introductory note at the beginning?
Great. Yes I am the op of the thread.
Maybe I wasn't totally clear: there's an introduction in the book written by ... you? And Andreas makes reference to a non-German Berlin resident who he credits with growing the craft beer scene in Berlin. Also you?
LOL that isn’t me but there are a couple of candidates, I will have to take a look and see if I can figure out who it is.

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