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The Art Of Fixing Things

Another great book for the handyman. If you´re a skilled person at a wide range of repairs, this book is for you. "The Art of Fixing Things" by Lawrence E. Pierce features 150 useful tips and tricks to make things last longer, and save you money. The book will teach you how to repair your possessions rather than throwing them away.

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MINIBREW

MiniBrew is a new brewing station, small enough to set on your kitchen counter and brew your own batch of beer. It´s fully automated, equipped with smart technology, control and manage it through the app that goes with it, featuring built-in sensors that keep up with all the process, its innovative all-in-one method will let you, with time and practice, fine tune the brewsky of your own particular taste, add yeast or cut down on the hops before fermentation and you´...
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GUIDE TO URBAN MOONSHINING

Kings County Distillery is New York City’s oldest operating whiskey distillery, the owners have applied their knowledge, passion and precision into a manual for how to make homemade whiskey - The Kings County Distillery Guide to Urban Moonshining: How to Make and Drink Whiskey. The book´s first chapter is an insight on the history of whiskey from 1640 to today, followed by easy-to-follow guide on how to safely distill whiskey at home, complete with a list of supplie...
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PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING

Aaron James Draplin is an uncommonly prolific graphic designer who has done a ton of amazing work. He has created logos and brand identity for everyone from Esquire, Ford Motors, Burton Snowboards, The Obama Administration… and in his first book, Pretty Much Everything, Draplin talks about his work, inspiration, typography, and offers valuable advice and hilarious commentary that illustrates how much more goes into design than just what appears on the page. We have ...
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