Porter, Stout, Brown Beers, Entire Butts

No more soggy pages, when you employ your PC, Mac, iPad or iPhone, tablet or Android, in the brewery – oh, and no pages to flip shut on you either. It won’t mist up as the screen is always slightly warmer than ambient.

Along with its companion on Pale Ale Brewing, this text gives you the low-down on brown beer brewing.

Have a look at this brown beer from 1736, recorded by Farmer Ellis in London and Country Brewing, worked up by me for the modern craft-brewers rig and presented in US, Imperial and metric units.

A screen shot of a classic beer, nearly 300 years old, and spot on in every detail and understanding of the art. Strong, bitter and very dark.

Take a look at my video on how it works.

There are also sections on what the malt should be, hopping ratios and of course great gyles, including a disaster by the nephew of the Great Guru of Brown Beer, Mr. Guinness. Why a disaster? Read about a little bit of Irish Hubris.

25 great gyles for you to brew.

There are hyperlinks throughout, which will navigate you back to the contents page and let you choose another topic or brewing method and jump straight to it. The traditional index at the rear is replaced by a keywords list, which you can use along with the search facility for your particular e-reader.

Speaking of readers, unless you have Kindle or Apple software please use the sample pages to check everything works. Dedicated e-readers can cause problems. Software such as come with Kindle Fire or iPads is fine.

Enjoy your beer reading.

Published by Clive La Pensée

Clive La Pensée, ex-science teacher, recognised writer on history of beer, novelist, expressionist, dreamer, believer in never giving up, empathiser, hopeful for a future without class, gender or racial prejudice. It's tough and at the moment, one has to remember distance travelled, rather than where we are at.

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