Diary for the Brewing Room: Harman, Harold Diary for the Brewing Room: Harman, Harold Diary for the Brewing Room: Harman, Harold Diary for the Brewing Room: Harman, Harold

Diary for the Brewing Room

Harman, Harold

Published by A. Boake, Roberts & Co, London, 1910
Condition: fair Hardcover

AbeBooks Seller Since February 4, 2000

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Tall 4to (13" x 8"). 92, 112, xiv pp. Gold and red decorated green cloth binding. Worn to edges. Corners bumped. Head and tail of spine bumped; 1 inch of spine missing, 1/3 detached. Joints starting to crack. Profusely illustrated with contemporary advertisements of local breweries and related ephemera (b&w). In back, facing pages of advertisements are facsimiles of lined notebook paper, dated 1910, allowing brewers to make notes regarding fermentation. Commercial ads on endpapers. Profusely illustrated with b/w photos, drawings and facsimiles. Many chemical charts and tables of gravity, alcoholic contents and correction of temperatures for the brewing process. Articles on "How to Make a Good Ale" and "brewing from the feminine point of view". Light water staining not effecting text. Overall, in fair condition. Bookseller Inventory # 9711

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Title: Diary for the Brewing Room

Publisher: A. Boake, Roberts & Co, London

Publication Date: 1910

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:fair

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