Item #2964 Word for Word - An Encyclopedia of Beer; In which are defined some of the many expressions - serious, comic, colloquial - that have been used by the farmer and the brewer, o both sides of the bar and in the home, during the long and interesting history of this country's traditional drink. Ivor Brown, Derrick Harris, Introduction, Illustrations.
Word for Word - An Encyclopedia of Beer; In which are defined some of the many expressions - serious, comic, colloquial - that have been used by the farmer and the brewer, o both sides of the bar and in the home, during the long and interesting history of this country's traditional drink
Word for Word - An Encyclopedia of Beer; In which are defined some of the many expressions - serious, comic, colloquial - that have been used by the farmer and the brewer, o both sides of the bar and in the home, during the long and interesting history of this country's traditional drink

Word for Word - An Encyclopedia of Beer; In which are defined some of the many expressions - serious, comic, colloquial - that have been used by the farmer and the brewer, o both sides of the bar and in the home, during the long and interesting history of this country's traditional drink

London: Whitbread & Co. Ltd, 1953. Hardcover. 37 pages. 24.5 x 16 cm. A behind the scenes look at one of Britain's oldest industries - the brewing trade. The Whitbread Library offers the vocabulary of the brewing trade along with wonderful illustrations. Clean, crisp copy. In protective mylar cover. Tan illustrated boards. Fine, in near fine dust wrapper. Item #2964

Price: $60.00

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