The Brewing Industry in England, 1700-1830

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CUP Archive, 1959 - Brewing industry - 595 pages
 

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A wonderful book dealing with the changes and transformations that the brewing industry underwent in England from 1700-1830; it would be no exaggeration to say that large-scale industrialization first ... Read full review

Contents

The Rise of Porter Brewing
3
Production of strong beer in London 17501830 page
26
Porter Brewing and the Brewery
28
Casks
55
HI The Technical Innovations
63
Production stocks and assets
77
Watt engines in breweries
85
Distribution and the London Market
99
Gross rates of duty on beer and ale 16601830
369
Malt production
372
Malt used 18239
375
Decline of home brewing increase in wholesale brewing
377
Malt production and consumption
378
Barley and Malt page
387
Agricultural yields 1688
388
Kings estimates for beer consumption 1688
389

Growth of the tied trade in London
133
Distant Markets i British Isles
141
Whitbreads country trade 17981806
144
production of beer and imports
153
Whitbreads exports to Ireland 17891803
157
Exports of beer malt barley and hops from England to
168
Distant Markets ii Exports page
171
Beer exports from England to foreign parts 17001830
172
PART II
211
Finance and the Entrepreneur i
252
Finance and the Entrepreneur ii
300
n Partners and capital
301
Capital position 1830
304
Brewers and bankers
329
Brewers and Parliament 17001830
333
The Excise System and the Brewing Industry
339
Duty from malt 174162
394
Malt prices
396
Rates of malt tax England and Scotland per bushel
400
Malt weights per bushel
415
Number of malting licences 18312
424
The Trade in Grain
425
Malt exports from England 17001800
427
Malt exported 172850
429
The Brewer and the Markets
448
The Hop Industry
475
The HopMarkets
496
Statistical Appendix
537
Bibliography
559
Index
575
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