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Sep 02, 2014

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The latest version of John Palmer's How to Brew: Everything you need to know to brew beer right the first time retains the same pick-this-up-and-brew-right-now spirit as when Palmer wrote "How to Brew Your First Beer" in 1993 - but is packed with plenty more information.

Members of the homebrewing community -- homebrewers, Zymurgy editor Ray Daniels and homebrew supplier Lynne O'Connor -- talk about the hobby.

Advice on getting started, getting better and learning more about the art of brewing.

Find a homebrew club near you or an upcoming homebrew contest.

The classic beer styles all originate from the northern part of central and Western Europe, but today those styles are brewed with skill around the world.

Some proven winners to get you started, plus advice on how to build your own.

In order to make beer at home, you'll need a few items of equipment in addition to the ingredients -- it it probably won't be long before you are adding a utensil here and a gadget there.

Malt, hops, yeast and water. That's all it takes to make beer. But is it really that simple?

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