It’s a much sparser set of beers than in 1913, down from nine to four. Though I’m sure that they marketed more. The Mild would have be tweaked to get Brown Ale. And IP probably bottled as a Pale Ale.
Nothing more complicated than this today. Busy writing North American recipes for my new book.
Er, nothing much else I want to say.
|Boddington beers in 1939|
|Date||Beer||Style||OG||FG||ABV||App. Atten-uation||lbs hops/ qtr||hops lb/brl||Pitch temp|
|3rd Jan||IP||Pale Ale||1045.0||1010.0||4.63||77.78%||6.92||1.39||61.5º F|
|3rd Jan||XX||Mild||1033.8||1007.0||3.54||79.26%||7.91||1.15||62º F|
|4th Jan||CC||Strong Ale||1056.0||1015.5||5.36||72.32%||8.10||2.17||61.5º F|
|19th Jan||St||Stout||1045.5||1013.0||4.30||71.43%||7.54||1.51||60º F|
|Boddington brewing record held at Manchester Central Library, document number M693/405/129.|