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Home brewing was legalized in Great Britain in 1963. Manufacturers there took an interest and produced state-of-the-art home brewing ingredients, kits, and malt extracts....

These events fueled an already growing resurgence in American home brewing that began before California senator Alan Cranston introduced legislation to legalize it in 1978. Home brewers were making beer again because domestic beer lacked the rich, malty taste they liked.  They also shared a creative desire to brew a beer to their own personal taste.  Congress passed Cranston's bill to repeal federal restrictions on home brewing, and President Carter signed it into law in February 1979....

In Boulder, Colorado, Charlie Papazian began brewing and teaching classes in home brewing in the early 1970s. His first book, The Joy of Brewing was written in 1976, in 1978, he formed the American Homebrewer's Association and began publishing Zymurgy magazine. Continue reading from

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link to brew your own big book of homebrewing in the catalog
link to the complete beer course by joshua bernstein in the catalog
Link to Brewing Made Easy by Joe Fisher in the Catalog
Link to The Beer Bible by Jeff Allworth in the Catalog
Link to Complete IPA by Joshua M Bernstein in the Catalog
Link to the Brew Your Own Big Book of Clone Recipes in the Catalog
link to make your own beer by john shepherd
link to beer a global journey by john wood in the catalog
Link to The Complete Guide to Brewing Your Own Beer at Home by Richard Helweg in the Catalog
Link to The Complete Joy of Homebrewing by Charlie Papazian
Link to Homebrewer's Companion by Charlie Papazian in the Catalog
Link to The Illustrated Guide to Brewing Beer by Matthew Schaefer
Link to the Comic Book Story of Beer by Jonathan Hennessey in the Catalog
Link to Beer at My Table by Tonia Wilson in the Catalog