More random fun with random notes stuck in logs.
You know, I've had the same problem. Beers where the yeast goes into suspension as soon as you open them. Burton Bridge Empire Ale is a good example.
If you want to know the contents of the letter, you'll have to click on it. I'm too busy to transcribe it all. Make sure to look in the top left-hand corner. Where it gives Barclay Perkins cable address. What were they trying to tell people?
1930’s American Beer Styles at a Glance - A few days ago I drew attention to A.L. Nugey’s wonderful 1937 Brewing Formulas, and mentioned his hand-drawn “compositive table” for some 16 beers (actual...
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