tarted my two most recent books:
Probably the most interesting set of historic homebrew recipes ever published. Not just watery Mild, but all sorts of weird stuff like Continental Lagers and North American
Ales. Who could pass on a full set of Heineken's beers from 1911?
Please buy it. It's dead good. And Andrew's shoes will need replacing soon.
And there's also my sadly neglected Scottish masterpiece:
With a shedload of recipes - 370-something - covering the whole range of Scottish beers from the 1840's to the 1970's.
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