Thursday, 17 October 2019

How to get a new copy of the Home Brewer's Guide to Vintage Beer

My "proper" book is sadly out of print and second-hand copies seem to be going for silly prices.

Luckily, I still have access to new copies. Meaning I can supply anyone who needs a copy. With the added bonus of it being signed, if that's what you'd like.

Who would be interested? I'm just trying to guage the level of demand.


19 comments:

Unknown said...

been wanting this book.I would like get a copy

Robert Lynch said...

I'm interested!

Sean said...

I would buy one

kerdiehl said...

mee, too

Yann said...

Count me in! :-)

NA said...

Me too

jordan b said...

I'd be interested as well.

Anonymous said...

I have it already, so I'll recommend getting a copy while it's possible. The design is quite nice and it has a good sample of recipes. Even if you don't follow the recipes exactly (I don't) it's a helpful collection for getting ideas and inspiration. It's probabky a bit short on detail for brand new brewers, though.

James said...

I would be interested.

Theodore said...

I would be incredibly interested!!!

S.E. Libby & Co. said...

I'd be interested

Mark Bassett said...

Yes please, i'd love one

David Pepin said...

I just started on a wild chase to try to recreate beers from Canada (from the early French settlers to when uniform lagers took over) - I'd be interested in your book for sure!

Momo said...

I'd be interested for sure ^^

Will said...

I would definitely be interested in purchasing a signed copy. Please advise.

Zack said...

I would purchase on too

Anonymous said...

I am definitely interested

Anonymous said...

Yes

Unknown said...

Definitly. How and where can we get it?