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First Steps in Wine Making

First Steps in Wine Making

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FIRST STEPSINWINEMAKING
A complete month-by-month guide to winemaking (includingthe production of cider, perry and mead) and beer brewing athome, with over 130 tried and tested recipes
3rd EDITION6th IMPRESSION
ByC. J. J. BERRY
(Editor, The Amateur Winemaker)
"The Amateur Winemaker," North Croye, The Avenue,Andover, Hants
 
About this book
THIS little book really started as a collection of recipes, reliable recipes which had appeared in the monthly magazine,
"
The Amateur Winemaker.
"
First published in January
1960,
it was an instant and phenomenal success, for a quarter of a million copies have been sold, and it is now recognised as the best "rapid course" in winemaking available to the beginner.This new edition has the advantage of modern format, and better illustrations, and theopportunity has been taken to introduce new material and bring the book right up to date.Those who are in need of recipes, and who have probably just fallen under the spell of this fascinating hobby of ours, will also want to know more of its technicalities, so this book includes a wealth of practical tips and certain factual information that any winemaker would  find useful. In particular, the hydrometer, ignored in many books on winemaking, has been dealt with simply but adequately, and there is a really practical section on "home-brew" beers and ales . . . you will find this small book a mine of useful knowledge.The original recipes are there, over 
130
of them, with quite a few others, and they are allarranged in the months of their making, so that you can pursue your winemaking all the year round with this veritable Winemakers' Almanac. Further up-to-date recipes appear in thecompanion volumes,
"130
 New Winemaking Recipes" and "Home-Brewed Beers and Stouts""Making Wines Like Those you Buy" and "Making Mead" (each 5/-, post 
8
.).
 I 
 
hope you will enjoy this book as much as I have enjoyed writing it 
. . .
best wishes for successful
 
winemaking!
C. J. J.
 BERRY.

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