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THE ART OF BREWING AND FERMENTING, in the Summer, and All Other Seasons, to the Greatest Advantage, and the Making of Malt, Exhibited in Essays and Decimal Tables, Accurately Calculated, the Result of Upwards of Forty Years’ Experience; Also a Description of the Author’a Newly-Invented Thermometer, By the Application of which extreme Precision and considerable Saving will be effected: . Likewise a Comparative Statement of the malt Liquor Brewed in London In the Years 1759 and 1835 With the Names of the Brewers.
Published by Thomas Hurst 1836 - 1st Ed. 129pp. + [i]. Folding frontis. plan (offset and shaved across tail losing last line of letterpress sl. cracked to gutter hinge at tail). Ex.-libris Chris Marchbank. Light browning, rebound in modern boards with paper title label to spine. Scarce.The folding plan depicts the erection of a Brewhouse, Including his Newly-invented Copper with movable Pan, signed in pen to bottom left corner ‘J. Levesque.’ US$334 [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
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