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Malting and Brewing Handbook from C.H.I.P.S.

Scientific Principles of Malting and Brewing
by Charles W. Bamforth

This timely book provides a refreshing update for experienced brewing professionals and a valuable primer on brewing science for anyone new to the science or in need of a current review. It provides reader-friendly coverage of basic brewing chemistry and biochemistry that will be meaningful to anyone with an interest in brewing.

Scientific Principles of Malting and Brewing addresses the key issues involved with malting, brewhouse operations, fermentation, downstream processing, and product quality.

Contents

  1. Some Introductory Comments
  2. Basics of Malting and Brewing
  3. Beer Types
  4. The Quality and Wholesomeness of Beer
  5. Barley and Malting
  6. The Components of Barley and Their Degradation During Malting and Mashing
  7. Production of Sweet Wort
  8. Water; Hops
  9. Wort Boiling, Clarification, and Cooling
  10. Sugars
  11. Yeast
  12. Brewery Fermentations; Beer Flavor: Its Nature, Origins, and Control
  13. Downstream Processing: Cold Conditioning, Filtration, and Stabilization
  14. Haze Instability
  15. Flavor Instability
  16. Foam
  17. Gushing
  18. Light Instability
  19. Biological Instability
  20. Packaging
  21. Quality Control and Quality Assurance
  22. Environmental Impacts and Outputs

Appendices

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry for Brewers
  • Fundamental Statistics for Brewers

Index

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Scientific Principles of Malting and Brewing
by Charles W. Bamforth
2006 246 pages $79.95 + shipping
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