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Bitter! By Ronald Pattinson
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An assemblage of Bittery goodness, telling the tale of Pale Ale in its many forms. An alphabet soup of names: IPA, PA, AK, BB, AKK, XK, XLK, BA, BBB and many more. From the 1820's to the 1980's,... More > there's everything you need to know about the style that made Burton world famous. Homebrew recipes of Pale Ales of the past, too. Plus loads and loads of tables of numbers< Less
Bitter! By Ronald Pattinson
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An assemblage of Bittery goodness, telling the tale of Pale Ale in its many forms. An alphabet soup of names: IPA, PA, AK, BB, AKK, XK, XLK, BA, BBB and many more. From the 1820's to the 1980's,... More > there's everything you need to know about the style that made Burton world famous. Homebrew recipes of Pale Ales of the past, too. Plus loads and loads of tables of numbers. In hardback for the first time.< Less
Draught! By Ronald Pattinson
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The inspiration for this book comes from a few pages of that most wonderful of documents, the Whitbread Gravity Book. For, in a few years in the early 1920’s, in addition to recording OG, FG,... More > acidity and colour, they also included comments of the appearance and flavour of the beers being analysed. It’s only a very specific subset that received treatment: the draught beers of their main London competitors. What it provides is a unique window into the public bars of 1920’s London. Allowing us to see how good – or bad – draught beer was back then. The results are sometimes surprising, others disappointing. One thing they never fail to do is fascinate. At least they fascinate me. Maybe I’m not normal.< Less
Draught! By Ronald Pattinson
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What was draught beer like in London pubs in the 1920's? It would be great to know, but surely it isn't posible? Well it is. Thanks to Whitbread's industrial espionage we have a remarkable insight... More > into draught beer quality almjost 100 years ago. But the book contians much more about London and its breweries.< Less
Yule Logs By Ronald Pattinson
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A seasonal collection of logs, brewing logs. Images of brewing records from 1804 to 1971 from a whole heap of breweries whose names I can't all remember - Tetley's Whitbread , Barclay - hang on, I... More > need to leave to have a curry. This'll have to do. You finish up Andrew.< Less
Scotland! By Ronald Pattinson
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The truth about Scottish beer. Not a tale of peat, heather and icy winds. But of innovation, enterprise, expansion, exports and eventually expiry. Scotch Ale, IPA, Pale Ale: what were they like 150... More > years ago? Come inside and discover the real history of Scottish beer.< Less
London! Brewing capital By Ronald Pattinson
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The story of beer and brewing in Britain's former beer capital: London! Thrill to the scale of Thrale. Wonder at Watneys. Cower before Courage. Tremor towards Truman. Balk at Barclay Perkins. Lock... More > with Wenlock. Love Lovibond. You get the drift. The history of brewing in London: a fascinating story with a few unexpected twists. Porter, Pale Ale and Mild Ale all play their part. Not forgetting the almost-forgotten Burton Ale.< Less
Bronzed Brews By Peter Symons
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So what is Bronzed Brews all about? Well, way back in January 2009, after doing some initial research for the Australian Sparkling Pale Ale style for Jamil Zainasheff on the Brewing with Style show... More > on The Brewing Network, I wondered why there was so little written about historical Australian beer. Bronzed Brews seeks to redress this knowledge gap being the product of over 4 years of research, across Australia and the U.K. Over this period I tracked down the details of ingredients and processes and discovered the actual brewing books and journals, then derived the recipes. The result being a book which blends brewing history, ingredients, and processes, with a selection of 42 Australian historical beers recreated as home brew recipes, which cover ales, stouts, and surprisingly, even a few lagers, from 1844 to 1975. Most of the recipes in the book have been successfully trialled, providing a basis for further experimentation to produce some unique home brews.< Less