Brewing eBook, with pictures!

Lately I’ve been working on writing an eBook for the first time homebrewer, something I am hoping will provide clear, concise instructions with plenty of pictures. A picture says a thousand words and I intend to say a lot!…through pictures, of course. Like, for instance, the basics about brewing all-grain beer with the tools you may have sitting at home with you now and, also, common mistakes to avoid. It will be a simple minded compendium and will have the reader in mind, but, with pictures! Maybe I will explain how to write your very first, original, all grain recipe. Maybe I will explain the issues I’ve run into when making my own beer. In fact, I will explain the issues I’ve run into when making my own beer and how I’ve improvised in the situation. And yes, there will be plenty of full page, full color, detailed pictures.


Like this one…oh boy, was that ever exciting!

In this situation I wasn’t sure if I should boil the entire thing or just pull the stock-pot-formed ice cube. Learn how it happened and what I did by reading the eBook and what consequences, good and bad, resulted from my actions.

Of course an eBook about brewing beer doesn’t have much interest to someone who is not interested in brewing their own beer. Fair enough. But what if I told you it’s not just about brewing beer?

It’s not?!?

No friend, it’s not! In fact it’s about all sorts of goodies associated with beer such as food pairings and even a recipe for a hair wash, among other things that I will hint towards closer to the release. In the mean time, here’s a picture of one of my last brews, poured and ready to be enjoyed!


Mmmm! Tasty!

Again, an original, all grain recipe. My friends really love this stuff. This is a….well, that’ll be in the book. I can’t tell you too much yet.

I guess I should start writing it now.


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