How to Brew by John J. Palmer is arguably the essential book on homebrewing. This is a homebrewing classic and a member of our Homebrewer’s Library selection of books.
Craig points out that the first edition of How to Brew is available for free online access…
How to Brew, First Edition
John has generously offered the first edition of this book for free since it was written. It’s a great gift to the homebrewing community and a great resource for new and prospective brewers.
If you don’t already own it, I would encourage you to consider picking up an up to date print version of this book… How to Brew: Everything You Need To Know To Brew Beer Right The First Time [Paperback] via Amazon
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