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Accum, F. C. (1820). A treatise on the art of brewing: exhibiting the London practice of brewing porter, brown stout, ale, table-beer, and various other kinds of malt liquors: with copper plates. London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown.

Accum, F. C. (1988). A treatise on the art of brewing, exhibiting the London practice of brewing, porter, brown stout, ale, table beer, and various other kinds of malt liquors. Second edition. With copper plates. The Nineteenth Century. General Collection; title no. N.1.1.1538. Cambridge, Chadwyck-Healey Ltd.

Adams, H. and A. Campaign for Real (1988). The South Wales beer guide: a guide to traditional beer and pubs in South Wales. S.l, South Wales branches of CAMRA.

Adams, T., A. Payne, et al. (1976). Ginger beer collecting: an illustrated price guide. Southampton (7 Maple Rd, Bitterne, Southampton), Southern Collectors' Publications.

Adnams and L. T. D. Co (1966). Signposts to Adnams. Where to find good beer and how to get there. [Ipswich], published for Adnams & Co. by Suffolk Publicity Services.

Allen, F. and D. Cantwell (1998). Barley wine: history, brewing techniques, recipes. Boulder, Colo., Brewers Publications.

Alloa Brewery, C. (1988). See Edinburgh: the beer garden way. Edinburgh, Alloa Brewery.

American Society of Brewing, C. (1992). Methods of analysis of the American Society of Brewing Chemists, St. Paul, Minn.

Amro, A. B. N. (2000). Global beer industry: consolidation takes off. London, ABN-AMRO.

Amsinck, G. S. (1873). Statistical returns of brewers, victuallers, beersellers, malt, hops, barley and sugar: Beer exported, London.

Anderson Stanley, F. (1971). Art of Making Beer, Hawthorn Books.

Anderson, A. h. a. s. o. and Scotland (1705). Act in favours of the town of Glasgow for two pennies Scots upon the pint of all ale and beer to be either browen, vended or sold within the said burgh and priviledges thereof. Edinburgh, printed by the heirs and successors of Andrew Anderson.

Anderson, D. and U. Social Affairs (1995). Take a little wine or beer or whisky for your stomach's sake: alcohol research and alcohol policy, Social Affairs Unit.

Anderson, D. C. and U. Social Affairs (1995). Take a little wine - or beer or whisky - for your stomach's sake: alcohol research and alcohol policy. [London], Social Affairs Unit.

Anderson, W. (1973). The beer book: an illustrated guide to American breweriana. Princeton [N.J.], Pyne Press.

Andrews, S. W. (1974). 'Good Housekeeping' home made wine & beer. London, Ebury Press.

Andrews, S. W. (1977). Be a wine and beer judge: a guide for the lover of wines and beers, both amateur and commercial. Andover, Amateur Winemaking Publications Ltd.

Anthony, B. (1696). Two Proposals, humbly offer'd to the Honourable House of Commons, now assembled in Parliament. I. That a duty be laid on malt, in the stead of the present duty on beer and ale. II. That a duty be laid on malt, and the present duty on beer and ale be continued.: To which is annex'd an accompt, what. the frauds of brewers do amount to, etc, London.

Apperson, K. and S. University of (2002). A fluorescence study of beer. Glasgow, University of Strathclyde.

Arne Thomas, A. (1756). The Beer Drinking Briton. [Song.] Sung by Mr. Beard in the New Pantomime call'd Harlequin Mercury, [London].

Arne Thomas, A. (1757). The Beer Drinking Briton. A New Song. Sung by Mr. Beard, etc, [London].

Arne Thomas, A. (1856). Beer drinking Britons can never be beat. [Song.], London.

Arne, T. A. and H. Woodward (1757). The beer-drinking Briton. [London], s.n.

Art (1862). The Modern Art of Brewing splendid Ale, Porter & Stout, for the use of private families. To which is appended, how to make cheap ginger beer, soda water, etc. London, Fisher & Son.

Arts Council of Great, B. and G. Serpentine (1972). James Allen, Anthony Beers, Tom Edmonds, Chris Sayers, Tim Threlfall, Madelon Vriesendorp, Stephen Young. [London], Arts Council of Great Britain.

Asplund, M., R. Sandin, et al. (1999). Turbulence in the Swedish beer market. Bergen-Sandviken, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration, Department of Economics.

Atkins, R. (1997). Beer. Glasgow, HarperCollins.

Atkins, R. (1999). Collins gem beer. Glasgow, HarperCollins.

Atkinson, A. B., N. H. Stern, et al. (1989). Spending on beer, wine and spirits: evidence from the Family Expenditure Survey 1970-1983, Suntory-Toyota International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines.

Atomic Energy Research Establishment. Energy Technology Support, U., E. Great Britain. Department of, et al. (1981). Energy conservation demonstration projects scheme: heat recovery on a keg racking line: demonstration project at Scottish and Newcastle Beer Production Ltd. Holyrood Brewery, Edinburgh. [London] ([Thames House South, Millbank, SW1P 4QT]), [The Unit].

B, J. and Receipts (1864). Practical Receipts for Home-Made Wines, Beers, Vinegars. by J. B. Birmingham, T. Medlicott.

Baillie, F. (1973). The beer drinker's companion. Newton Abbot, David and Charles.

Baker, J. L. (1905). The brewing industry. London, Methuen.

Baker, S. and B. Campaign for Real Ale Croydon and Sutton (1977). Real beer in Croydon and Sutton. [Wallington], The Branch.

Ball Harry, F. (1884). Home-brew'd Beer. Bacchanalian Song. (written, composed and arranged by H. F. Ball.). London, Hopwood & Crew.

Ball, I. (1984). Traditional beer and cider making. Kingswood, Elliot Right Way.

Ballman, M. (1919). No Beer. No Work! Humurous song, etc. [Chicago], Martin Ballmann.

Bamforth, C. W. (2003). Beer: tap into the art and science of brewing. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Bamforth, C. W. (2004). Beer: health and nutrition. Oxford, Blackwell Science.

Barber, C. (2004). Beer. Exeter, Obelisk Publications.

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