Barley, mash and yeast: a history of the Hull Brewery Company, 1782-1985

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Hutton, 1990 - Brewing industry - 60 pages

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The Great War and the Changing Pattern of Growth
Take Over and the Demise of the Company

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British writer, Robert Barnard was born in 1936 in Essex, England. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, he was a professor. He writes primarily mystery novels. His most recent novels include "A Cry from the Dark," "The Bones in the Attic," "The Mistress of Alderley," and "Unholy Dying." His works has earned him numerous awards. Among them are the Nero Wolfe, Anthony, Agatha, Edgar and Macavity Awards. In 2003, he won the CWA Cartier Diamond Dagger Award for a lifetime of achievement. Barnard currently resides in Leeds, England.

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