Mountain Brew: A High-Spirited Guide to Country-Style Beer Making

Mountain Brew: A High-Spirited Guide to Country-Style Beer Making


The Seventies vintage that sparked the homebrewing revolution in Vermont

lengthy sooner than Heady Topper or Hill Farmstead, Vermont was once already on the leading edge of the yank beer revolution. within the Nineteen Seventies, the big-name brews like Bud and Coors governed the roost, and homebrewed beer used to be nonetheless as unlawful as moonshine. yet a small staff of Vermonters―people like Tim Matson and Lee Anne Dorr―weren't the type to allow a bit factor just like the legislation cease them from having fun with their very own brews. They shared their concoctions with family and friends after which went a step farther: publishing the 1st homebrewer's advisor considering Prohibition and promoting it out of the again in their truck.

Now, 40 years later, that groundbreaking e-book is again. that includes a brand-new advent, Mountain Brew exhibits you ways to provide do-it-yourself malt, develop your personal hops, and continue away thirsty buddies who are looking to scouse borrow your hooch. via recipes and colourful tales from their day, permit those eco-friendly Mountain boys (and women) make it easier to make larger beer than you would ever locate on the neighborhood watering gap. 25 B&W Illustrations

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