Boulder, Colo. • August 31, 2021 — With increasingly trendy fermented foods such as kimchi, sourdough, and kombucha growing more popular than ever before, The Fermentation Kitchen: Recipes for the Craft Beer Lover’s Pantry, the latest release from Brewers Publications®, is essential reading for the home cook, whether a foodie, craft beer enthusiast, or fermentation fan.
The Fermentation Kitchen includes recipes for breadmaking, pickling, cheesemaking, methods for making vinegar and kombucha, and how-to steps for making charcuterie.
“It’s not a coincidence that fermented foods and beverages are having a moment right now,” author Gabe Toth said. “The DIY-craze spurred from COVID-19 lockdowns created a fermentation boom that’s still going strong. The Fermentation Kitchen is part how-to guide, part cookbook, and part reference manual on how fermented foods work and what levers you can pull to tweak your recipe. With the details in my book, readers will learn how to use craft beer to ferment vegetables, kombucha, bread, sausage, vinegar, condiments, and more.”
Author Gabe Toth is a brewer, distiller, and journalist who spent 15 years studying and experimenting with fermented and live-culture foods. After a decade-long newspaper career, he moved into the craft beer world in 2010 at Santa Fe Brewing Company, subsequently moving between brewing and distilling, and earning medals from the Great American Beer Festival®, World Beer Cup®, the American Distilling Institute, and the American Craft Spirits Association. Today, he oversees operations at The Family Jones production distillery in Denver.
The Fermentation Kitchen is on sale now at BrewersPublications.com and available for preorder at book retailers. View the table of contents for a preview of the recipes. From August 31 through September 7, Brewers Association and American Homebrewers Association members receive an exclusive 25% off the retail price of $19.95 and all BrewersPublications.com orders receive free standard shipping with the purchase of The Fermentation Kitchen.
Brewers Publications supports the mission of the Brewers Association by publishing books of enduring value for amateur and professional brewers, as well as titles that promote understanding and appreciation of American craft beer. With more than 60 titles to choose from, Brewers Publications is the leading publisher of contemporary and relevant brewing literature for today’s craft brewers, homebrewers, and beer enthusiasts.
Those interested in reviewing The Fermentation Kitchen: Recipes for the Craft Beer Lover’s Pantry may request a review copy here. To schedule an interview with the author, please contact Erin Key, Backbone Media. For more information, please visit the Brewers Publications website.
The Fermentation Kitchen: Recipes for the Craft Beer Lover’s Pantry
Author: Gabe Toth
Size: 7″ x 9.875″, 196 pp
Cover Price: $19.95
Publication Date: September 8, 2021
Contact: Erin Key, on behalf of the Brewers Association, 970.963.4873 x1232
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