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Brewing for Victory.

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author: Brian Glover
pages: 179, 59 b &w illus.,
size: 16 x 24cm
language: English
product ref: 1180


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 booster both for the fighting men and the civilian workers. How this change in perception arose and the effects of the war on British pubs, brewers & beer during WW2 - how they kept brewing - and drinking, against the pressures of the time are all discussed here. A few further chapters describe the supply of beer to the troops overseas – including the floating Davy Jones brewery, and also brewing on Guernsey during the German occupation, and even studying for IoB exams in a in Germany!


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