American Handy-Book of the Brewing, Malting and Auxiliary Trades
Hard Cover: 1,266 pages (over two volumes)
Publisher: The Wahl-Henius Institute; Chicago. (3rd edition, 1908). Out-of-print.
▶ Title page: here.
▶ First page, vol. I: here.
▶ First page, vol. II (p.775): here.
"This 1901 book is one of the most sought-after pre-prohibition brewing titles because of the depth and breadth of the material it contains. Written by venerable Chicago brewing chemists Robert Wahl and Max Henius, the book is basically an A-Z manual for the operation of a brewery, covering everything from raw ingredients to government regulations. The book's subtitle is, 'A Book of Ready Reference for Persons Connected with the Brewing, Malting and Auxiliary Trades, Together with Tables, Formulas, Calculations, Bibliography and Dictionary of Technical Terms.' The book was issued in several editions up through the 1930s."
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