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The london and country brewer. [electronic resource] : Containing. I. Of the four quarters of the year as they relate to brewing malt-liquors. II. The State of Barley for the Year 1737. III. Of Malt-Kilns. IV. Of Fuels for drying the several Sorts of Malt. V. Of the great publick Brew-House. VI. Of the small private Brew-House. Vii. An excellent Way of Brewing a Butt of Pale strong Beer, by an Inn-Keeper. Viii. Brewing a Hogshead and a Half of Pale-Ale from fresh Malt, by a private Person. IX. The best Way to make Elderberry-Beer (called Ebulum) China Ale, and several other Sorts. X. Of the Devonshire white Ale. XI. A Scheme for Brewing strong Malt-Liquors after a new improved Method. XII. Of Worts, and their Improvements after a new Method. XIII. The Barnstable Way of Brewing a Hogshead of fine Pale Ale. XIV. Of Working Beer and Ale after a new Way, to their great Advantage. XV. Of Brewing Butt-Beer called Porter. XVI. An Account of the Destructive Weevils, with several Ways to destroy them. XVII. Common purl improv'd, by a famous new cheap receipt now in use, rendring it far more wholesome and pleasant that by the common way. To which i added, the cellar-man, or many receipts to cure, preserve and improve drinks in the cask; wherein the Case of Cloudy-Beer is accounted for, and its effectual Cure amply prescrib'd. A new advantagious Way to get out the Sap of new Casks, and to Season them at once; likewise particular Directions for Bottling Malt-Drinks; with many other useful Matters, never before Publish'd; truly necessary for those who are concern'd in Brewing or Selling Malt-Liquors. By a person formerly concerned in a publick brewhouse, at London, but who for twenty years past has resided in the country. The third and last part.
- London : printed for the author, and sold by Mess. Fox, in Westminister Hall; and at their shop at Tunbridge Wells during the summer season; ; E. Withers, at the Seven Stars, opposite to Chancery-Lane, in Fleet-Street; T. Astley, at the Rose, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and W. Meadows, at the Angel in Cornhill, MDCC.XXXVIII. 
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