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Starting in ancient Egypt, Bickerdyke traces the evolution of beer and brewing up through the late s. Along the way, he illuminates nearly every facet of beer’s colorful saga -- ancient recipes, hops and malt, beer laws and regulations, drinking customs, beer songs and ballads, "ale-wives," inns and taverns, porter and stout, ancient drinking vessels, brewers of.
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Summary: Illustrated with over 50 'quaint cuts', this is, as the title suggests, a book about beer and ale, written in the late 19th century.
With over pages, this goes into some depth, covering things like the origin of ale, home brews, laws regarding beer and ale, and ballads and songs, to name just a few. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency The curiosities of ale & beer: an entertaining history by Bickerdyke, John, Publication date Topics Drinking customs, Drinking vessels, Ale, Beer, Brewing industry.
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This large entertaining book is " a celebrated survey of the Englishman's favourite form of drink and was first published in It is a remarkable storehouse of information based on intensive research and doubtless personal experience beginning with the earliest allusions.
Alcohol in the Middle Ages spanned hundreds of years. The Middle Ages are also the Dark Ages or the Medieval Period. The Middle Ages was a period of almost one thousand years. It’s between the fall of Rome () and the beginning of the Renaissance (). With the fall of the Roman Empire, it could no longer protect the population.
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Curiosities of Ale & Beer: An Entertaining History When author John Bickerdyke first began researching what he called "the antiquities of ale and beer," he was shocked to find that no comprehensive volume had ever been written on the subject.
InBickerdyke corrected that injustice with publication of this book. PREFACE. HAT the history and curiosities of Ale and Beer should fill a bulky volume, may be a subject for surprise to the unthinking reader; and that surprise will probably be intensified, on his learning that great difficulty has been experienced in keeping this book within reasonable limits, and at the same time doing anything like justice to the subject.
THE CURIOSITIES OF ALE AND BEER: An Entertaining History (Illustrated with over Fifty Quaint Cuts) London: Field & Tuerr, The Leadenhall Press, & C.; Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; Hamilton, Adams & Co., . First edition.
Hardcover. Original full vellum with gilt-titled spine and front board, deckle edges; xii,8 (ads) pp.; engraved frontispiece and title page. Genre/Form: Drinking songs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bickerdyke, John, Curiosities of ale & beer.
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This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. The Curiosities of Ale & Beer: First edition. A splendidly and wilfully eccentric collection of beer lore and literature, a typical Leadenhall Press production, motivated by a sprightly and slightly anachronistic antiquarianism.
The Curiosities of Ale & Beer: An Entertaining History (Illustrated with over Fifty Quaint Cuts) Alternate Title: The Curiosities of Ale and Beer Language: English: LoC Class: GT: Geography, Anthropology, Recreation: Manners and customs: Subject: Drinking customs Subject: Drinking songs Category: Text: EBook-No.
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This vintage book contains a fascinating and light-hearted treatise on beer and ale, with historical information, details of notable events, descriptions of varieties, and much more.
Easy to digest and highly entertaining, this book is recommended for anyone with an interest in the history and development of brewing, and would make for a worthy addition to any collection. Contents. A recipe for tea-kettle beer from The Curiosities of Ale and Beer, I picked up a book with some excellent woodcut illustrations about the history and process of beer.
One of the first pages has a recipe for how to brew a few quarts of beer at home with only a tea kettle and a saucepan. Free 2-day shipping.
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