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Cheap Homebrewing Info

Here’s a link to a really cheap homebrewing book I just came across: http://aaf3foncky1l2wc7kdvz-dnqb9.hop.clickbank.net/ It’s about as cheap a book on homebrewing I’ve ever seen, and it’s got a lot of info. Looks to me like a pretty good starting point for newbie homebrewers.

This is the cheapest I’ve ever seen :
http://www.howtobrew.com/intro.html

Free.

You get what you pay for…

[quote=“mattnaik”]This is the cheapest I’ve ever seen :
http://www.howtobrew.com/intro.html

Free.[/quote]

Yes, no doubt, there is plenty of free info on the web. We all know that. I meant that this book is the cheapest I’ve ever seen. Surfing the web is fine, but sometimes you just want to have an actual book to read and grab whenever you need it, right? Call me an old guy, but I’m pretty sure I’ll never get to the point where I’d rather read a screen than a printed page.

I would agree that I prefer grabbing a something tangible rather than always being online. In fact, one complaint I have is that NB, Midwest, and others magazines suck now that they are so limited in info. Sometimes I need something that I may not neccesarily know what its called (like a 1/4" mfl x 1/4"npt fitting). But, I did want to point out that the price advertised is DOWNLOAD only.

Oh, yeah, I guess I missed that, huh? Duh. Good point.

Agree. I appreciate what others have done and I’m willing to kick them some money (whatever publishers give them) for their advice. Yet to regret buying the books I bought from the Brewers Publications.

Agree. I appreciate what others have done and I’m willing to kick them some money (whatever publishers give them) for their advice. Yet to regret buying the books I bought from the Brewers Publications.[/quote]

who knows it could just be another book with bad translation of another book already out there. Happens a lot. Just happened to American Sours and thats only been out for a month or so

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