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Looking for brewing science manuals/books


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soundlevel
Hey everyone,

I am looking for some brewing manuals. I am not looking for homebrewing books. I am seeking the recent course materials from any reputable brewing program: Weihenstephan, UC Davis, Siebl, Niagara College (Canada), Herriot Watt, etc.

Of course, I am looking for the most up to date books available. Does anyone know where I could find one second hand or in electronic format (.pdf)?

Message me privately if you know where I could buy or download materials like this.

Thanks!
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10/16/2011 6:21:59 PM

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2/9/2012 6:10:35 AM

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Originally posted by soundlevel
Hey everyone,

I am looking for some brewing manuals. I am not looking for homebrewing books. I am seeking the recent course materials from any reputable brewing program: Weihenstephan, UC Davis, Siebl, Niagara College (Canada), Herriot Watt, etc.

Of course, I am looking for the most up to date books available. Does anyone know where I could find one second hand or in electronic format (.pdf)?

Message me privately if you know where I could buy or download materials like this.

Thanks!

From what I have read from it, this seems like a great book about brewing:
http://books.google.com/books/about/Brewing.html?id=zV9bpyykNtMC

Definitely not just a homebrew book, as it is fairly chemistry heavy.
2/9/2012 7:05:58 AM

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Originally posted by OSLO
Originally posted by soundlevel
Hey everyone,

I am looking for some brewing manuals. I am not looking for homebrewing books. I am seeking the recent course materials from any reputable brewing program: Weihenstephan, UC Davis, Siebl, Niagara College (Canada), Herriot Watt, etc.

Of course, I am looking for the most up to date books available. Does anyone know where I could find one second hand or in electronic format (.pdf)?

Message me privately if you know where I could buy or download materials like this.

Thanks!

From what I have read from it, this seems like a great book about brewing:
http://books.google.com/books/about/Brewing.html?id=zV9bpyykNtMC

Definitely not just a homebrew book, as it is fairly chemistry heavy.

This and most of the books listed in it. Also much of the late great George Fix’s works are worth seeking both online and his few books if you are seeking the nitty gritty.
2/9/2012 7:13:14 AM

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’Standards of Brewing: Formulas for Consistency and Excellence’ by Charles Bamforth, ’Yeast: The Practical Guide to Beer Fermentation (Brewing Elements Series)’ by Jamil Zainasheff, and good old ’Brewing’ by Tom W. Young are good examples of the technical chemistry side of brewing, but far from the art of brewing itself.
2/9/2012 7:25:49 AM

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Albeir
hey..lets divide beer into two parts 1) art and 2) science. Everyone has its own unique art to make a beer, but the science remains the same.
Well i am looking for science part. Can anyone suggest good book which coves equipment design
2/25/2012 11:11:16 AM

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