I have compiled a list of well-written and informative books on home brewing for those of you who are either considering becoming a home brewer or recently started home brewing. Many of these books are also very informative when it comes to advanced brewing topics such as all grain brewing and understanding the importance of the water you brew with.
My top pick is How to Brew by John Palmer. It is basically the home brewer’s bible, and if you were going to get just one book, this would be the one that I would recommend.
Next up is Designing Great Beer by Ray Daniels. Ray’s book will help you take your brewing to the next level with his detailed guide on how to design a great beer. It is packed with valuable information.
Jamil Zainasheff has written a fantastic book covering the ins and outs of beer fermentation, and this is a great read if you are looking to learn more about yeast the specifics of fermentation.
Okay, so this last one is software and not a book, but it is still very informative when it comes to how to design a beer and understanding some of the more complex principals of home brewing. BeerSmith v2 is the software that I currently use and I can not recommend it highly enough.
MoreBeer.com also has a good selection of literature and software available for the home brewer, and their products can be viewed here:
How to Brew by John Palmer is a fantastic book. I helped me out allot when I was first getting started and still crack it open every now and then when I need to double check something.
BeerSmith is also great if you are going to be designing your own beer. I use it for every batch that I make now. It helps a great deal if you are doing all grain brewing and want to get your water chemistry dialed in.
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