Decoction in the 1930's. Wouldn't it be great to know more. And about decoction in the 19th century. Or the DDR. Why hasn't anyone written such a book?
They have. I have. "Decoction!" is 200 plus pages of central European beer excitement. Lager styles explained! Weird, extinct beer styles! Ron on the lash!
Everything. Literally everything, and more than you ever wanted to know about beer in central Europe. Don't be deceived by the unfortunate title. There's lots about non-lager beers. And it's not all "homebrewing crap" (as Mike calls it). There are stacks of statistics. Tall tables. Short sentences. Fun a mundo.
Buy it now! And maybe, no promises, but maybe, the kids will eat every day next week. Help feed a child. Buy "Decoction!".
1825 Saw Many Forms Of Upper Canadian Beer - Click on that image to the right to revel in its full glory. That is an ad for the new brewery opened in my town in 1825 by Thomas Molson seeking to brea...
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