Wines & Beers of Old New England: A How-to-do-it History

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UPNE, 1978 - Cooking - 157 pages
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"This book is written for people who like to go to folk museums, who like to collect antiques, who like to renovate old houses, and who like to drink," writes the author.
  

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User Review  - Tyler - Goodreads

Not quite the how-to extravaganza I expected, but it has some interesting pointers I'd like to test. The section on hot mixed drinks is especially timely with the first big snowfall of the year. Read full review

Contents

Why Was It Important?
3
Beer
47
Apples and Ciders
78
Grapes
106
Family Wines
119
Hot Mixed Drinks
135
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Dr. Sanborn C. Brown was professor emeritus of physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and former associate dean of its graduate school.

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