Letters on the Consumption of Malt, Addressed Respectively to the…

Full instructions for the home-brewer

Letters on the Consumption of Malt, Addressed Respectively to the Farmer, Labourer, and Labourer’s Friend.

London : James Ridgway & Sons, 169, Piccadilly. 1834. 8vo, 31, [1] pp ( lacks half-title), disbound.
An economic tract on the supposed advantages of the repeal of the malt tax. The author advocates home- brewed beer rather than that served in public houses and by way of encouragement gives full instructions for the home-brewer.

Stock No: HMF1217
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