Sustainable Homebrewing – An All-Organic Approach to Crafting Great Beer

Sustainable Homebrewing

August 22, 2019

Title: Sustainable Homebrewing – An All-Organic Approach to Crafting Great Beer

Author: Amelia Slayton Loftus

369 pages

Price: $19

Cheapest place to buy: Amazon.com

My rating: 5 out of 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the author

Amelia Slayton lives what she preaches. She has been a fervent (“obsessed”, as she says) home brewer since 1994, and has founded the country’s first and only certified organic brewing supply store, in Santa Cruz, California, Seven Bridges Cooperative in 1997, which she managed until 2011. She grew up in rural Vermont in a family who grew most of the food they would need. Amelia is creative, passionate, militant for the environment and a sustainable lifestyle, she worked for Greenpeace for seven years. Today she continues to express her talent for crafting quality home made beers, as well as cooking from her farm fresh ingredients and roasting artisan coffee. The book’s graphic design is the author’s work.

What I like about this book

  • The graphics are beautiful, simple and natural
  • It promotes a whole more natural and community lifestyle, and serves a global environmental cause
  • The style is enjoyable to read and relaxed
  • The book gives cooking recipes too (OK, I love to cook)

Why you should buy this book

  • Amelia Stayton is the pioneer and most influencial authority on sustainable and organic home brewing
  • It’s ultimately about you making great beer with the best possible ingredients
  • It situates beer making in its rich cultural, culinary and creative lifestyle and context in a unique way
  • You will save money by learning how to save water, energy, ingredients, and to how to recycle and reuse
  • You will find something for you in this book, offering tips and techniques for beginners, intermediate and advanced home brewers
  • As the home brewing movement continues to grow, it becomes essential to give the community an environmental dimension

Please leave your comments below if you have read this book or have any questions,

Cheers and to our health,

Vincent

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