Synopses & Reviews
Brewing home versions of popular commercial beers has never been simpler or more fun than it is with the 200 recipes in CloneBrews. Home brewers will find everything they need to brew up a batch of their own clone of Magic Hat #9, Ithaca Brown Ale, Moose Drool, or Samuel Adams Boston Ale. And with 200 possibilities to choose from, home brewers will find the perfect taste for every mood and every season.
Revised, updated, and expanded, the second edition of CloneBrews contains 50 new recipes that reflect the current popularity of strongly hopped India pale ales and American pale ales as well as the growing interest in brown ales, imperial beers, English bitters, porters, stouts, wheat beers, and Belgian ales. The new edition also contains expanded and updated mashing guidelines and a complete review of ingredients and materials. All new to the second edition is a Food Pairing feature that recommends the best foods for every beer an indispensable feature for the brewer who also loves to barbecue or cook!
Tested and retested, tasted and retasted, Tess and Mark Szamatulskis recipes are the product of 20 years spent running a successful homebrew supply shop and working with customers to create perfect beer clones. They deliver the flavors that home brewers want, described in clear recipes that every brewer will want to make.
"2nd edition completely updated with 50 new beer recipes"--Cover.
About the Author
Mark Szamatulski has been the co-owner and operator of Maltose Express since 1990. He and his wife Tess have written the books Clone Brews and Beer Captured. These books each give homebrew recipes for commercial beers and help the home beer maker to brew great beers on the first attempt. Mark and Tess have written the Style column for Brew Your Own magazine, where they are on the Editorial Board, and have contributed many articles to the publication. Their beers have been awarded many medals in homebrew contests, and have had their beers put on the tap of a local brewery. Time.com has filmed their store for its website, and they were the subject of a Discovery Channel segment on homebrewing which was featured on the show “How Stuff Is Made.”