A Treatise on the Brewing of Beer
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A Treatise on the Brewing of Beer

By E. Hughes
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Table of Contents
  • A
    • TREATISE
      • ON THE
      • BREWING OF BEER,
      • &c. &c.
      • A Saving of Twenty per Cent.
      • A
    • ON THE
    • BREWING OF BEER,
    • &c. &c.
    • A Saving of Twenty per Cent.
    • 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.
        • In this work will be found some profitable and necessary directions to Maltsters.
      • In this work will be found some profitable and necessary directions to Maltsters.
      • 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 used 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.
      • Showing the cause what makes hard and sour Beer.
      • Directions for preventing Beer from becoming sour or foxed, even if used 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.
        • Some very useful and necessary directions to the Publican who retails Common Brewer's Beer.
        • SECOND EDITION.
        • 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.
      • Proving that they are useful after they have been used in brewing.
      • The different Experiments are from Twenty Years Practice.
      • Some very useful and necessary directions to the Publican who retails Common Brewer's Beer.
      • SECOND EDITION.
      • 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.
    • 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.
      • In this work will be found some profitable and necessary directions to Maltsters.
    • In this work will be found some profitable and necessary directions to Maltsters.
    • 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 used 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.
    • Showing the cause what makes hard and sour Beer.
    • Directions for preventing Beer from becoming sour or foxed, even if used 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.
      • Some very useful and necessary directions to the Publican who retails Common Brewer's Beer.
      • SECOND EDITION.
      • 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.
    • Proving that they are useful after they have been used in brewing.
    • The different Experiments are from Twenty Years Practice.
    • Some very useful and necessary directions to the Publican who retails Common Brewer's Beer.
    • SECOND EDITION.
    • 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.
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