I've lumped together adjuncts and malt extract, for no real reason other than that the table would have been ridiculously small.
Not there's much to say, even with the added extra ingredient. The Shepherd Neame examples, coming from just after the was have the obligatory. They would have dropped it from the AK recipe a few years later, had AK itself not already been dropped.
Eldridge Pope were big fans of wheat flour, with almost 13% in the 1984 version. I still don't get this. Was flour cheap or ws it just for head retention. If the latter, some of the quantities seem larger than necessary.
The small quantities of malt extract implies that it was used for diastatic purposes. Which, to be honest, was the normal reason. Which sort of justifies it being here rather than with the sugars as it would have been added to the mash tun rather than the copper.
|AK adjuncts after WW II|
|Date||Year||Brewer||Beer||wheat flour||flaked barley||malt extract|
|22nd Jan||1946||Shepherd Neame||AK||11.57%||1.29%|
|15th Jul||1947||Shepherd Neame||AK||6.29%||1.40%|
|3rd Jan||1964||Eldridge Pope||BAK||4.88%||3.25%|
|6th Jan||1967||Eldridge Pope||BAK||10.53%||4.06%|
|17th May||1982||Eldridge Pope||BAK||6.45%|
|27th Jun||1984||Eldridge Pope||BAK||12.86%|
|Strong brewing record, number 79A01-A3-3-27.|
|Eldridge Pope brewing record.|
|Shepherd Neame brewing record held at the brewery.|