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The homebrewer's problem solver, Erik Lars Myers

Label
The homebrewer's problem solver
Title
The homebrewer's problem solver
Statement of responsibility
Erik Lars Myers
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Whether you're a new brewer or an old hand looking to finetune your favorite recipe, The Homebrewer's Problem Solver provides the information you need to nip problems in the bud
Member of
Cataloging source
IDEBK
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Myers, Erik Lars
Dewey number
641.23
Index
index present
LC call number
TP577
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Beer
  • Brewing
  • Brewing
  • Beer
  • Brewing
Label
The homebrewer's problem solver, Erik Lars Myers
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Copyright; Title; Contents; Introduction; CHAPTER ONE: THE BASICS; 1. I don't know how to start home brewing; 2. I'm not sure if I have the right equipment; 3. I'm not sure which ingredients to buy; 4. I don't know how to build my own recipe; 5. I can't tell if my fermentation is complete; 6. I don't know how much alcohol is in my beer; 7. I need to take a sample out of my fermenter; 8. I'm unsure how to clean my equipment; 9. Should I clean or sanitize my equipment?; CHAPTER TWO: INGREDIENTS; 10. My hops smell like cheese or feet; 11. My malt extract has solidified
  • 12. My malt extract is moldy13. My grain has bugs in it; 14. My grain is moldy; 15. My grain won't crush well; 16. I crushed my grain too finely; 17. My water smells funny or is discolored; 18. My water is chlorinated; 19. The expiration date on my yeast has passed; 20. I don't know how to make a yeast starter; 21. I'm not sure how much yeast to put into my wort; CHAPTER THREE: MASHING AND STEEPING; 22. The alpha-acid content in my hops is different; 23. I forgot to add my extract/all of my extract; 24. I'm not sure how to use grain in my extract brew
  • 25. How much water do I use in my all-grain mash?26. I can't get a filter bed to form in the mash; 27. The grain bed collapsed during lauter; 28. My infusion mash won't reach target temperature; 29. My mash won't hold temperature; 30. My mash bed keeps running dry; 31. I don't know when to stop lauter; 32. My mash temperature was way too cold; 33. My mash temperature was way too hot; 34. What do I do with my spent grain?; CHAPTER FOUR: BOILING; 35. My boil has long stringy debris in it; 36. My boil ended prematurely; 37. I don't have enough wort; 38. I have way too much wort
  • 39. After boil my beer won't cool down fast enough40. I keep having boil-overs; 41. I forgot to add my hops; 42. I added more hops than I was supposed to; CHAPTER FIVE: FERMENTATION; 43. Fermentation hasn't started; 44. Fermentation ended earlier than expected; 45. Fermentation ended quickly; 46. Fermentation seems to last forever; 47. My fermentation smells funny; 48. My fermentation has a slimy white film on top; 49. I'm not sure how to do lager fermentation; 50. The liquid from the airlock got into my wort; 51. Fermentation overflowed my fermenter; 52. I'm not sure when/how to dry hop
  • 53. I didn't transfer beer out of primary fermentation54. I added fruit and it looks/smells really gross; 55. I need to measure alcohol after adding fruit; CHAPTER SIX: PACKAGING; 56. My beer gradually becomes sour in bottles; 57. My bottled beer is all flat; 58. My bottle has a chip in the rim; 59. My bottle caps are rusty; 60. There is a lot of yeast in the bottom of my bottles; 61. My bottles have ropy filaments in them; 62. There's a ring around the beer line in my bottle; 63. My bottled beer has too much carbonation; 64. I can't get my kegged beer to carbonate
Control code
1006141550
Extent
1 online resource (227 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781631594328
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
1028569
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1006141550
Label
The homebrewer's problem solver, Erik Lars Myers
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Copyright; Title; Contents; Introduction; CHAPTER ONE: THE BASICS; 1. I don't know how to start home brewing; 2. I'm not sure if I have the right equipment; 3. I'm not sure which ingredients to buy; 4. I don't know how to build my own recipe; 5. I can't tell if my fermentation is complete; 6. I don't know how much alcohol is in my beer; 7. I need to take a sample out of my fermenter; 8. I'm unsure how to clean my equipment; 9. Should I clean or sanitize my equipment?; CHAPTER TWO: INGREDIENTS; 10. My hops smell like cheese or feet; 11. My malt extract has solidified
  • 12. My malt extract is moldy13. My grain has bugs in it; 14. My grain is moldy; 15. My grain won't crush well; 16. I crushed my grain too finely; 17. My water smells funny or is discolored; 18. My water is chlorinated; 19. The expiration date on my yeast has passed; 20. I don't know how to make a yeast starter; 21. I'm not sure how much yeast to put into my wort; CHAPTER THREE: MASHING AND STEEPING; 22. The alpha-acid content in my hops is different; 23. I forgot to add my extract/all of my extract; 24. I'm not sure how to use grain in my extract brew
  • 25. How much water do I use in my all-grain mash?26. I can't get a filter bed to form in the mash; 27. The grain bed collapsed during lauter; 28. My infusion mash won't reach target temperature; 29. My mash won't hold temperature; 30. My mash bed keeps running dry; 31. I don't know when to stop lauter; 32. My mash temperature was way too cold; 33. My mash temperature was way too hot; 34. What do I do with my spent grain?; CHAPTER FOUR: BOILING; 35. My boil has long stringy debris in it; 36. My boil ended prematurely; 37. I don't have enough wort; 38. I have way too much wort
  • 39. After boil my beer won't cool down fast enough40. I keep having boil-overs; 41. I forgot to add my hops; 42. I added more hops than I was supposed to; CHAPTER FIVE: FERMENTATION; 43. Fermentation hasn't started; 44. Fermentation ended earlier than expected; 45. Fermentation ended quickly; 46. Fermentation seems to last forever; 47. My fermentation smells funny; 48. My fermentation has a slimy white film on top; 49. I'm not sure how to do lager fermentation; 50. The liquid from the airlock got into my wort; 51. Fermentation overflowed my fermenter; 52. I'm not sure when/how to dry hop
  • 53. I didn't transfer beer out of primary fermentation54. I added fruit and it looks/smells really gross; 55. I need to measure alcohol after adding fruit; CHAPTER SIX: PACKAGING; 56. My beer gradually becomes sour in bottles; 57. My bottled beer is all flat; 58. My bottle has a chip in the rim; 59. My bottle caps are rusty; 60. There is a lot of yeast in the bottom of my bottles; 61. My bottles have ropy filaments in them; 62. There's a ring around the beer line in my bottle; 63. My bottled beer has too much carbonation; 64. I can't get my kegged beer to carbonate
Control code
1006141550
Extent
1 online resource (227 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781631594328
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
1028569
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1006141550

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