Synopses & Reviews
Drink up, with this fully revised and wonderfully imaginative guide to making the most of your garden produce. The 140 recipes here range from fruit and berry wines to beer and honey mead, as well as nonalcoholic juices, cordials, and teas. It includes guidelines for every step; advice on equipment, ingredients, and what to grow when; and a list of potential problems and remedies, accompanied by attractive vintage-style color illustrations.
About the Author
Judith Glover wrote Drink Your Own Garden for Batsford in 1979 after a generous neighbor gave her a box of parsnips grown in his garden and she was inspired to begin brewing at home.