Beer books. We all love them. I always take a couple to bed with me every night. And show them what good loving is.
But you want to know if you can trust your beer book. These are the tell-tale signs that your beer book is cheating on you. When it says:
- IPA was brewed stronger to survive the journey to India. - Porter was originally a blend of three beers. - Russian Imperial Stout was strong to survive the journey to Russia. - "mild" means lightly hopped. - Stout always contains roasted barley. - Scottish beer is lightly hopped because hops don't grow in Scotland. - there's a Czech beer style called "Bohemian Pilsener". - Robust Porter wasn't just made up. - Hefeweizen is a German Ale. - there's a difference between Pale Ale and Bitter
For a mere 25 euros, I'll create a bespoke recipe for any day of the year you like. As well as the recipe, there's a few hundred words of text describing the beer and its historical context and an image of the original brewing record.
Just click on the "Birthday Recipe" button below.
Guilt button - brewed my recipe commercially? pay me 100 euros. It really is the least you can do.