The Complete Distiller

The Complete Distiller

Combining Theory and Practice; and Explaining the Mysteries and Most Recent Improvements of Distilling and Brewing, in A Most Simple, Easy, and Familiar Manner. And Containing All the Instructions Necessary for A Complete Acquirement of These Useful Arts. In Four Parts. Part I. Containing the Distilling of Spirits From Various Substances, With the Best Methods of Rectifying and Colouring Spirits, &c. Part II. Of the Method of Making Compound, Cordial, and Medicinal Waters. Part III. Of Brewing, Preserving, and Recovering of Malt Liquors in General. Part IV. Of Making, Resining, Preserving, and Recovering British and Other Wines. Adapted for the Use of Private Families, Apothecaries, Distillers, and Dealers in Spirits or Wines. By A Gentleman of Extensive Practice, and Long Experience

eBook - 1793
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Publisher: Edinburgh : printed for Peter Hill; - and G. Kearsley, London, M.DCC.XCIII. [1793]
Characteristics: viii,151,[1]p. ; 8⁰


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