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10 Duthy Street
Parkside SA 5063

Phone: (08) 8373 3894
Fax: (08) 8271 4076

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Jovial Monk Brew Manual

Part 1>> Contents : Foreword : Quick Intro : 1 : 2 : 3 : 4 : 5
Part 2>> Introduction : 1 : 2 : 3 : 4

Mash Introduction (Download)

Mashing

Mashing, making beer from grain, ‘the skeleton in the home brew closet’ according to Randy Mosher. Mashing, we know it makes better beer, but it involves an investment in time and equipment, some learning so we quickly shut the closet door and put down another kit.

In reality, mashing is not that hard. We do need some gear, about $200 or so worth, but that can be accumulated slowly. While you are doing that you can brew some beer using part mashes that can be done with kitchen gear: Pans, colander, sieve and big metal spoon.

You can also read up about full mash beers in the following books:

J. Palmer “How to Brew” also available online.

G. Wheeler “Home brewing” published by CAMRA and
currently (05) out of print

Clive LaPensee “Housebrewers Companion

Other books by Charles Papazian, Dave Line and Dave Miller are also available, but in my opinion are not as good as the three listed above

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