Synopses & Reviews
From Pure and Simple Pilsner to Quince Vodka, Marigold Wine to Mead—more than 90 recipes for home brewed beer, cider, and fruit wine Whether its a light crisp lager, a heavy and dark stout, a cloudy, fruity wheat beer or a malty mild, this inspirational guide has all the tried-and-tested techniques for the best recipes to brew up at home. It provides all the information necessary on ingredients, techniques, and brewing equipment, with tips and step-by-step instructions for each recipe. Recipes include sparkling ciders, perry, or mead; delicious fruit wines and spirits; and favorites for the whole family such as cordials, lemonade, ginger beer, or rosehip syrup. Handy tips and guidance will ensure that before long you are enjoying your own brew—the perfect way to make the most of seasonal fruits.
About the Author
Doug Rouxel is an artist and a brewer with a wide experience of making beers, wines and ciders from home grown, foraged, and store-bought ingredients. Sara Paston-Williams is the author of Good Old-Fashioned Comfort Puddings; Good Old-Fashioned Jams, Preserves and Chutneys; and Good Old-Fashioned Summertime Puddings.