The history of Lager - importing, brewing and drinking it - from the pioneers of 1830's to the 1970's boom. Charted in the charts and numbers you'd expect, but with plenty of footnotes, too.... More >
Because the properly-written history was just 40 pages, I've filled out the book with lots of the source material I used to write the proper history bit mixed with my ramblings and interpretations.
It's more fun than it sounds.< Less
I can't be bothered to type in all the gabby advert guff again. This is the limited edition (time not copies) hardback of my history of Lager and other bits and bobs. It'll be worth a fortune in... More > years to come, as I expect sales will be almost in double figures. Binary.< Less
The story of British brewing between WW I and WW II. The brewing techniques, ingredients and beer styles of the period are described in more detail than you could possibly want. More than forty home... More > brew recipes and the grists of hundreds of beers are included. If I had to describe I'd say: dead good. But I'm biased.
Oh, and I've added a section on 1930's pubs. As seen by Mass Observation.< Less