The cyder-maker's instructor, sweet-maker's assistant, and victualler's and housekeeper's director. In three parts. Part I. Directs the grower to make his cyder in the manner foreign wines are made; to preserve its body and flavour; to lay on a colour, and to cure all its disorders, whether bad flavour'd, prick'd, oily, or ropy. Part II. Instructs the trader or housekeeper to make raisin-wines, at a small expence, little (if anything) inferior to foreign wines in strength or flavour; to cure their disorders; to lay on them new bodies, colour, &c. Part III. Directs the brewer to fine his beer and ale in a short time, and to cure them if prick'd or ropy. : To which is added, a method to make yest [sic] to ferment beer, as well as common yest [sic], when that is not to be had. All actually deduced from the author's experience. /
London, printed: Boston, re-printed and sold by Green & Russell, in Queen-Street.,
MDCCLXII.  (Price one shilling.)
|Series:||Early American imprints.
no. 9084. |
|Online Access:||Evans Digital Edition|
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