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  • Malt, malt liquor, malt tax, beer and barley : being a reply to Sir Fitzroy Kelly [and others] on the repeal of the malt tax.

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    • London : Tweedie, [1865]
    • 1865
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  • Home brewed beers and stouts; a handbook to the brewing of ales, beers and stouts at home from barley, malt, malt extract and dried malt extract, by C. J. J. Berry.

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    • Andover [Eng.] Amateur Winemaker [1963?]
    • 1963
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  • Malt beverages [microform].

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    • Washington, DC : Office of Industries, U.S. International Trade Commission, [1995]
    • 1995
  • Malt advocate.

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    • Emmaus, PA : Malt Society.
    • 1994-2011
    • 18 items
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  • What is beer? A chemical investigation into the properties of malt liquors, their adulteration, and effects on the system. By E.R.H. Unger...

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    • Manchester, A. Heywood [186-?]
    • 186
  • Malt liquors: their nature and effects. By Wm. Hargreaves, M.D.

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    • [New York, National temperance society] n.d.
  • List of United States, British and German patents covering the manufacture of non-alcoholic beers and similar malt beverages including malt extracts / comp. by Mock & Blum ...

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    • N.Y. : Mock & Blum, 1919.
    • 1918
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  • Statistics on fermented malt liquors and cereal beverages / U. S. Treasury Department, Bureau of Internal Revenue, Alcohol Tax Unit.

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    • Washington, D.C. : The Unit, 1935-
    • 1934-present
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  • Beer handbook.

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    • Norwalk, CT : The Beverage Information Group, 2008-
    • 2008-present
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  • [Circular order banning sale of malt liquor to Marine personnel by sutlers or their agents] [microform]

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    • Washington, D.C. : [s.n.], 1878.
    • 1878
  • Adams beer handbook.

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    • New York : Adams Media Inc., c1997-2007.
    • 1997-2007
    • 9 items
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    Text JBM 99-797 1997Schwarzman Building M2 - General Research Room 315

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  • Barley, malt and ale in the neolithic / Merryn Dineley.

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    • Oxford : Archaeopress, 2004.
    • 2004
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  • Beer handbook.

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    • Norwalk, CT : The Beverage Information Group
    • 2008-present
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  • Relative taxation; or observations on the impolicy of taxing malt, hops, beer, soap ... with reasons for substituting a tax on property ...

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    • London, Lupton Relfe, 1823.
    • 1823
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  • The theory and practice of the preparation of malt and the fabrication of beer [microform] : with especial reference to the Vienna process of brewing / by Julius E. Thausing ; translated from the German by William T. Brannt ; thoroughly and elaborately edited by A. Schwarz and A. H. Bauer.

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    • Philadelphia : H. C. Baird & Co., 1882.
    • 1882
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  • A supplement to the Reasons already offered, by J. Massie, against laying any further tax upon malt or beer [electronic resource].

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    • [London?, 1760]
    • 1760
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  • Adams beer handbook.

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    • New York : Adams Media Inc., [1997-2007], ©1997-2007.
    • 1997-2007
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  • Adams beer handbook [electronic resource].

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    • New York : Adams Media Inc., c1997-c2007.
    • 1997-2007

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  • How to brew good beer : a complete guide to the art of brewing ale, bitter ale, table-ale, brown stout, porter and table beer, to which are added practical instructions for making malt / by John Pitt.

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    • London : Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1859.
    • 1859
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  • Opinions and facts from eminent physicians, chemists, and others, in favor of ale and beer as light, wholesome beverages.

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    • Boston, Press of Rand, Avery, & Co., 1872.
    • 1872
  • Brewing battles : a history of American beer / Amy Mittelman.

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    • New York : Algora Pub., c2008.
    • 2008
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  • A treatise on the brewing of beer, wherein is proved that one bushel of malt will produce a gallon of beer more than another bushel of equal strength ... Improvements in the brew-house, and brewing utensils ... Some observations in the choice of hops ... By E. Hughes ...

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    • Uxbridge, Printed for the author, and sold by T. Lake, 1796.
    • 1796
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  • A new method of brewing malt liquor, in small quantities, for domestic use / by J. Rawlinson.

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    • London : Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Churchyard; by Wood and Innes, Poppin's Court, Fleet-Street, 1806.
    • 1806
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  • Barley, malt and ale in the neolithic / Merryn Dineley.

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    • 2004
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  • Directions for brewing malt liquors. Shewing, what care is to be taken in the choice of water, malt, and hops: and in what proportions they are to be mixed, and how boyled and fermented, for making the best March, or October beer, strong ale, &c. In a method never before publish'd. Useful for all such as are curious in malt liquors. By a countrey gentleman. With A satyr upon brandy, by another hand.

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    • London, Printed for J. Nutt, 1700.
    • 1700
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  • In praise of ale, or, Songs, ballads, epigrams, & anecdotes relating to beer, malt, and hops; with some curious particulars concerning ale-wives and brewers, drinking-clubs and customs / London, G. Redway, 1888.

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    • Detroit : Singing Tree Press, 1968.
    • 1968-1888
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  • In praise of ale; or, Songs, ballads, epigrams, & anecdotes relating to beer, malt, and hops, with some curious particulars concerning ale-wives and brewers, drinking-clubs and customs; collected and arranged by W. T. Marchant ...

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    • London, G. Redway, 1888.
    • 1888
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  • A treatise on the art of brewing : exhibiting the London practice of brewing porter, brown, stout, ale, table beer and various other kinds of malt liquors / by Fredrick Accum; with copper plates [by W. Read].

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    • London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown, 1820.
    • 1820
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  • The london and country brewer [electronic resource] : Containing an Account, I. Of the Nature of the Barley-Corn, and of the proper Soils and Manures for the Improvement thereof. II. Of making good Malts. III. To know good from bad Malts. IV. Of the Use of the Pale, Amber, and Brown Malts. V. Of the Nature of several Waters, and their Use in Brewing. VI. Of Grinding Malts. VII. Of Brewing in general. VIII. Of the London Method of Brewing Stout, But-Beer, Pale and Brown Ales. IX. Of the Country or Private Way of Brewing. X. Of the Nature and Use of the Hop. XI. Of Boiling Malt Liquors, and to Brew a Quantity of Drink in a little Room, and with a few Tubs. XII. Of Foxing or Tainting of Malt Liquors; their Prevention and Cure. XIII. Of Fermenting and Working of Beers and Ales, and the unwholesome Practice of Beating in the Yeast, detected. XIV. Of several Artificial Lees for seeding, fining, preserving, and relishing Malt Liquors. XV. Of several pernicious Ingredients put into Malt Liquors to encrease their Strength. XVI. Of the Cellar or Repository for keeping Beers and Ales. XVII. Of Sweetning and Cleaning Casks. XVIII. Of Bunging Casks and Carrying them to some Distance. XIX. Of the Age and Strength of Malt Liquors. XX. Of the Profit and Pleasure of Private Brewing, and the Charge of Buying Malt Liquors. To which is added, A Philosophical Account of Brewing Strong October Beer. By an Ingenious Hand. By a Person formerly concerned in a Common Brewhouse at London, but for twenty Years past has resided in the Country.

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    • London : printed for Messieurs Fox, at the Half-Moon and Seven Stars, in Westminster-Hall, M.DCC.XXXVI. [1736]
    • 1736
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  • A treatise on brewing: wherein is exhibited the whole process of the art and mystery of brewing the various sorts of malt liquor; with practical examples upon each species ... By Alexander Morrice ...

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    • London, Knight and Compton, 1802.
    • 1802
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  • Notice sur le maltimètre; ou, Instrument propre à faire connaître la qualité du malt (grain germé), à déterminer et à régulariser la force des différentes sortes de bières, par M.J.-Ch. Herpin ...

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    • [Versailles, Imprimerie de Marlin 186-?]
    • 186
  • Two proposals, humbly offer'd to the Honourable House of Commons, now assembled in Parliament [electronic resource] : I. That a duty be laid on malt, in the stead of the present duty on beer and ale, and likewise, that the several engagements that revenue lies under, be transferr'd on that of malt, II. That a duty be laid on malt, and the present duty on beer and ale be continued : to which is annex'd an accompt, what in all probability the frauds of brewers do amount to, and wherin such frauds are prejudicial to the King, to the subject, and to the trade itself : likewise by what means such grievances are most properly redress'd / by A. Burnaby ...

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    • London : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1696.
    • 1696
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  • A guide to gentlemen and farmers, for brewing the finest malt-liquors, [electronic resource] : much better and cheaper than hitherto known. Shewing What Care is to be taken in the Choice of Water, Malt, and Hep,: And in what Proportions they are to be mixed, boyled, and fermented, for making the best March or October Beer, Strong Ale, &c. Also Particular Directions for the right managing all Brewing Utensils. The second edition, with an addition of 25 receipts for Physical Ales, by eminent Physicians; which is very necessary for all Families. Useful for all such as are curious in Malt-Liquors. By a country gentleman.

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    • London : printed; and sold by S. Popping at the Black Raven in Pater-Noster-Row, [1718]
    • 1718
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  • The complete family brewer, [electronic resource] : or the best method of brewing or making any quantity of good strong ale and small beer, Of Good Strong Ale and Small Beer, In the greatest Perfection, for the use of private families; From a Peck of Malt to 60 Bushels. Together with Directions for chusing good Malt. Hops, Water, Brewing-Vessels, &c. - Cleaning and Sweetning Foul, Dirty, Musty, or Stinking Cask, Brewing Vessels, &c. - Brewing Strong Beer, China Ale, and Alderbury Beer, and to make excellent Purl. - To make new Malt Liquor drink Stale; with Directions for bottling. Also the most proper Time for Brewing. To which is added, The Method of making a Cheap and Wholesome Beer, from Treacle or Molasses. Being much better Drink than the Small Beer usually sold, though it will not cost one third the Price; besides which it is so easy to make, that a Child of Ten Years of Age may learn to do it in five Minutes.

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    • London : printed for J. Walker, Pater-Noster-Row, 1789.
    • 1789
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  • The london and country brewer. [electronic resource] : Containing an Account I. Of the Nature of the Barley-Corn, and of the proper Soils and Manures for the Improvement thereof. II. Of making Good Malts. III. To know Good from Bad Malts. IV. Of the Use of the Pale, Amber, and Brown Malts. V. Of the Nature of several Waters, and their Use in Brewing. VI. Of Grinding Malts. Vii. Of Brewing in general. Viii. Of the London Method of Brewing Stout, Butt-Beer, Pale and Brown Ales. IX. Of the Country or Private Way of Brewing. X. Of the Nature and Use of the Hop. XI. Of Boiling Malt - Liquors, and to Brew a Quantity of Drink in a little Room, and with a few Tubs. XII. Of Foxing or Tainting of Malt - Liquors; their Prevention and Cure. XIII. Of Fermenting and Working of Beeks and Ales, and the unwholesome Practice of Beating in the Yeast, detected. XIV. Of several Artificial Lees for Feeding, Fining, Preserving, and Relishing Malt-Liquors. XV. Of several Pernicious Ingredients put into Malt-Liquors to increase their Strength. XVI. Of the Cellar or Vault for keeping Beers and Ales. XVII. Of Sweetening and Cleaning Casks. XVIII. Of Bunging Casks and Carrying them to some Distance. XIX. Of the Age and Strength of Malt-Liquors. XX. Of the Profit and Pleasure of Private Brewing, and the Charge of Buying Malt-Liquors. To which is added, A Philosophical Account of Brewing strong October Beer. By a Person formerly concerned in a Common Brewhouse at London, but for Twenty Years past has resided in the Country.

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    • London : printed for Thomas Astley, at the Rose in St. Paul's Church-Yard, [1742] [1743]
    • 1743
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  • A guide to gentlemen and farmers, for brewing the finest malt-liquors, [electronic resource] : much better and cheaper than hitherto known. ... The third edition, with an addition of 25 receipts ... By a country gentleman.

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    • London : printed and sold by S. Popping, 1719.
    • 1719
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  • Der vollkommene Brau- und Malzmeister.

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    • Wien, A. Hartleben, 1937.
    • 1937
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  • Die Bierbrauereu und die Malzextract - Fabrikation ... / von Hermann Rüdinger.

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    • Wien : U. Hartleben , 1876.
    • 1876
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  • Technologie für Brauer und Mälzer.

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    • Leipzig, Fachbuchverlag, 1962.
    • 1962
  • A saving of twenty per cent. [electronic resource] : A treatise on the brewing of beer, wherein is proved that one bushel of malt will produce a gallon of beer more than another Bushel of an equal Strength, although both Malts be made of one Sort or Species of Barley. Improvements in the Brew-House, and Brewing Utensils. Showing the cause what makes hard and sour Beer. Directions for preventing Beer from becoming sour or foxed, even if brewed in the warmest Season. Also Directions in what State to cleanse the Beer, so as to have it fine without using any art or device whatsoever; and for the Management of the Beer in the Cellar. Some Observations in the Choice of Hops; Proving that they are useful after they have been used in brewing. The different Experiments are from Twenty Years Practice. By E. Hughes. Some very useful and necessary directions to the Publican who retails Common Brewer's Beer.

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    • Uxbridge : printed for the author, and sold by T. Lake. Sold also by E. Newbery, ST. Paul's Church Yard, London, and all booksellers in town or country, 1796.
    • 1796
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  • Die Bierbrauerei.

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    • Stuttgart : F. Enke, 1952-63.
    • 1952-1963
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  • Kontrolle der Mälzerei- und Brauerei-Arbeitsmaschinen. Für technische Leiter, Betriebsingenieure, Betriebschemiker und Betriebskontrolleure bearbeitet zur Erleichterung der Begutachtung von Arbeitsmaschinen.

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    • München, R. Oldenbourg, 1913.
    • 1913
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  • Die Bierbrauerei.

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    • Stuttgart : F. Enke, 1921-1925.
    • 1921-1925
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  • The new art of brewing and improving malt liquors to the greatest advantage. [electronic resource] : Containing the new improvement of the barley corn, for making the truest, best, and palest malt. The best methods of brewing all sorts of fine ale, strong beer, and table beer, in several parts of England and Wales. An account of hops, and of a new discovered herb growing wild, which for its agreeable bitter, and wholesome qualities, is often preferred to the hop. Curious methods of drying malt and hops in the greatest perfection. The prodigious damage done by the wevil infect to malt, wheat, &c. and how to destroy them. To fine, relish, strengthen and preserve ale or strong beer, wine or cyder, and to recover them if turned, &c. &c. &c. With many other curious and very useful matters relating to the brewery, never before published, and absolutely necessary for all who would brew their own malt drink in the highest perfection. To which is prefixed, an introduction, proposing an easy and cheap expedient for improving London porter, by rendering it pleasanter and much more wholesome; with a detection of several pernicious ingredients too commonly put therein; and directions for the use very best method of using the hop. By William Ellis, late of little Gaddesden in Hertfordshire, author of the London and country brewer, &c. who was formerly a public brewer in London.

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    • London : Printed for M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row, 1761.
    • 1761
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  • Every man his own brewer. [electronic resource] : A practical treatise, explaining the art and mystery of brewing porter, ale, twopenny, and table-beer ; Recommending And Proving The Ease and Possibility Of Every Man's Brewing His Own Beer, In Any Quantity, From One Peck to a Hundred Quarters of Malt. Calculated To Expose The Deception In Brewing, And To Reduce The Expense Of A Family. By Samuel Child, Brewer.

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    • London : printed for J. Ridgway, York Street, St. James's Square, by S. Gosnell, Little Queen Street, Holborn, [1800]
    • 1800
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  • To the Queen and Parliament. [electronic resource] : A seasonable remedy to prevent for ever the several frauds that have been lately discovered, relating to the fleet-beer, and other provisions, by the proposal of a wholesomer, cheaper, stronger, unchangeable beer, brewed after a more succinct and less cumbersome way, and drawn from a clear malt-extract.

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    • [S.l. : s.n., 1705?]
    • 1705
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  • Reasons humbly offered against laying any farther tax upon malt or beer [electronic resource] : ... shewing also, that three years extraordinary supplies for war may be raised upon the exorbitant part of those prices ... for sugars; ... By J. Massie.

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    • London : printed for T. Payne; sold by W. Owen; and C. Henderson, 1760.
    • 1760
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  • Every man his own brewer, a small treatise, explaining the art and mystery of brewing porter, ale, twopenny and table-beer ... in any quantity from one peck to a hundred quarters of malt ...

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    • London, The Author [1792?]
    • 1792
  • The London and country brewer : containing an account I. of the nature of the barley corn ... XX. Of the profit and pleasure of private brewing, and the charge of buying malt liquors. To which is added a philosophical account of brewing strong October beer ... / by a person formerly concern'd in a common brewhouse in London, but for near twenty years has resided in the country.

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    • London : Printed and sold by W. Meadows ... Mr. Astley ... W. Bickerton ... and A. Parker ..., [1734]
    • 1734
  • Letters to men of reason, [electronic resource] : and the friends of the poor, on the hardships of the excise laws relating to malt and beer; more especially as they affect the inhabitants of cities and great towns. with a Few Remarks on the Late Regulations in the Corn Trade.

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    • London : printed for J. Almon, Opposite Burlington-House Piccadilly, 1774.
    • 1774
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