Brewers -- Tables -- Early works to 1800. : The brewer's assistant : containing a variety of tables, calculated to find, with precision, the value, quantity, weight, &c. of the principal articles Purchased, Expended, Sold, or Retained, in a brewing trade.
Brewerton, George, d. 1779. : New-York, Sept. 15, 1773. To the Corporation. [electronic resource] : Gentlemen, The alacrity with which you began, and the indefatigable perseverence of your body, to amove Alderman Blagg, one of the most respectable of your board, from the office of alderman and justice of the peace, upon his accepting the office of coroner ...
Brewerton (N.Y.) -- Maps. : Syracuse & Onondaga County, New York : a comprehensive & up-to-date map of Syracuse and Onondaga County : all streets & roads ... and Syracuse University / Jimapco.
Brewing -- Amateurs' manuals -- Early works to 1800. : Every man his own brewer : a small treatise, explaining the art and mystery of brewing porter, ale, twopenny and table-beer, recommending and proving the case and possibility, of every man's brewing his own beer, in any quantity From one Peck to a hundred Quarters of Malt. Calculated by exposing the deception in brewing, To reduce the Expence of a Family, and lessen the destructive practice of Public-House tipling. By Samuel Child, Brewer. Some Coopers attempt to extend their Art, so far as to add Strength to the Beer; but let it be remembered, that the Principal Constituent Parts of Beer, should be Malt and Hops; when strength is given to the Liquor by any other means, its Nature is altered, and it is no more Beer that we drink. Combrune's theory of Brewing. .
Brewing -- England. : Report of a trial at Bar, partly had at the sittings after Hilary term, 1845, in the Court of Exchequer, Westminster, in the case of the Queen v. Mr. George Smith, distiller, Whitechapel, London [electronic resource] / taken in short-hand.
Brewing -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : A saving of twenty per cent. : A treatise on the brewing of beer, & porter, 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. Improvements in the brew-house, and brewing utensils. Showing the cause what makes hard and four beer. Directions for preventing bear from becoming four or foxed, even if brewed in the warmest season, also directions in what state to cleanse the bear, 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. Fourth edition, with an appendix; containing directions for making and drying of malt for beer an.