by Danny | 5:18 pm

Some of my articles are pretty lengthy, and others are short.

This one’s a little on the shorter side.

I just have an exciting announcement to make. And that is…

I’m writing a coffee recipe book!

I’m working on it right now and it’s called The Ultimate Guide to Craft Coffee Brewing – The best way to brew at home using the best home-brewing methods.

Yes, the title says what it’s all about, but I just want to tell you a little more about what you’ll find inside… when it comes out.

It’s my ultimate hope that on this site, I can help you with tips, tricks and info for your home coffee brewing to be the very best it can be.

And that’s no secret.

The best methods for home coffee brewing

 

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But I figured it would be a great idea to make an all-in-one thing to give you the best techniques for home brewing.

So that’s my current project.

Now, let me tell you about what’s in the eBook, which will be released soon.

What’s In The Book

Since I want to write the ultimate, all-in-one coffee recipe book for the favorite home coffee brewing methods, that’s what I’m writing.

In this eBook, I give the best recipes with little-known tricks and tips for 6 brewing methods – Aeropress, Chemex, French press, Hario v60, Moka Pot, and automatic drip machines.

I’ve written about many of these here on the website, and it’s been an enjoyment and my pleasure to do that.

But in this book, I go more in-depth with these recipes, and I make sure to put the recipes side-by-side when it comes to carefully measuring things out or simply doing it by eye.

Since there are two kinds of coffee brewing folk – those who meticulously measure pretty much every step and those who just do it by eye – I’ve written both to cater to every type.

I also bust some myths about coffee brewing, telling you the stuff you don’t need to make good coffee.

This can be anything from plaid, a beard, black-rimmed glasses, any certain clothing style, a ton of money and super expensive equipment, wooden furniture, years of experience, knowledge of every little detail about coffee and all the history.

You don’t need any of those.

You only need to know the best recipes and methods for coffee brewing, and then go for it and practice!

So in the book I’ve compiled the best recipes for coffee brewing in this one book.

ALSO, at the end I’m giving a list of the best coffees I’ve had!

I haven’t done this on the blog and I won’t do it because I’m saving it for the book!

If you already knew what my favorite coffee is, that’s cool.

But I’ll give you my second, third, fourth… etc so if you’re interested to get some amazing coffees, you can check out my highest recommendations.

After all, no matter how good it is, you can’t really just stick with one coffee forever.

In my opinion, anyway.

It’s really hit or miss when you try a new coffee, so I’ve done a lot of groundwork for you so that you can check out some probably new for you coffees that you’ll probably love!

Coming Soon!

At the time I write this, the book isn’t finished yet.

But whenever I do get it done and put a link up here on My Home Brewed Coffee, it’ll be up at the top of the page in the grey menu bar!

So check up there.

It’s my hope that the eBook will clear up any confusion you may have about the best way to brew coffee with those 6 brewing methods: AeroPress, French press, Chemex, Hario V60, Moka Pot and automatic drip machines.

Also to make it clear for both types of people who brew coffee… those who strictly follow a formula and those who do it by eye.

And of course lastly, to give you recommendations for coffees that I think you’ll absolutely love!

I loved them anyway, so I’m pretty sure you will too.

If you have any questions or comments please feel free to let me know in the comments section below and I’ll be so happy to hear from you.

So with that, coffee cheers!

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