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Built to Brew

Sub-titled 'The History and Heritage of the Brewery' - this is a magnificent book with a comprehensive scope, clear descriptions, historical references and excellent illustrations - a joy to explore...

250 Years of Whitbread. - B/S

newspaper-style supplement, describing the brewery empire that Whitbread grew and acquired in Britain....

Whitbread's Breweries.

A Chronological Survey of the Evolution of one of the Oldest Groups of Breweries in Britain"… As Whitbread finally shake off their brewing roots it is fortunate that copies of this valuable record of ...

Country House Brewing in England 1500-1900.

The brewhouse was an essential part of the English country house providing the staple drink of the household. The brewhouses – their location, construction and operation rather than the technicalities...

Ale, Beer & Brewsters in England - Women's Work in

In medieval England prior to ~1350 most ale was brewed and sold by women; but by 1600 most brewers were men - the book investigates the reasons why this transition occurred ....

Brewing for Victory.

After the government anti-drink attitude during the 1st World War, the 2nd World War saw a surprising turn around in the British government’s view on beer. Beer became viewed as a necessary morale bo...

The Story of Beer.

simple explanation of beer's history and how it is brewed...

You Brew Good Ale -A History of Small-Scale Brewing

80 bw illus. An extensive survey of "home-brew" breweries in Britain – from the monastic brewers, college & country-house brewhouses, publican brewers to today's micro-breweries, including histories &...

Mud, Sweat and Beers

Sub-titled "A Cultural History of Sport and Alcohol", this book examines the changing bond between alcoholic drinks (principally beer) and sport. From the investment/ quasi-ownership of football clubs...

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