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2nd Edition fully professionally edited for 2014. Brewing Engineering is the culmination of extensive work done to understand how each part of the brewing process works. Understanding is developed into application and presented in a way that brewers can utilize, regardless of background. If you are a beer geek like me, I’m sure you’ll find reading about brewing science ...more
Kindle Edition, 228 pages
Published March 14th 2014 (first published October 7th 2013)
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