The London and country brewer. Containing. I. Of the four quarters of the year as they relate to brewing malt-liquors. ... XVII. Common purl improv'd, by a famous new cheap receipt now in use, rendring it far more wholesome and pleasant that by the common way. To which is added, the cellar-man, or many receipts to cure, preserve and improve drinks in the cask; ... / By a person formerly concerned in a publick brewhouse, at London, but who for twenty years past has resided in the country. ... The third and last part

William Ellis 1738

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