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New library book

Postby aleguy » Tue Jan 12, 2010 8:54 am

The board has authorized $35 toward a new library book this year. Once again I am submitting the title "Designing Great Beers" for acquisition. Please post other suggestions here. Once all the suggestions have been made we will have a poll to determine which title holds the greatest interest to the largest number of members. I will keep the suggestions open until National Home Brew Day and the poll will then run until Gulf Brew.
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Postby alms66 » Tue Jan 12, 2010 9:19 am

I'll second it. That's a great book, and though I already own it, the club needs a copy for others that don't.
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Postby aleguy » Fri Apr 09, 2010 9:52 am

If no one proposes any other books by May 1 I guess we're going to dispense with the poll and buy this book.
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Postby aleguy » Mon May 03, 2010 2:23 pm

Alright. Designing Great Beers it is, then. Anyone who is willing to add this to their order from a home brew supply place will be reimbursed by the club. Just PM me first to make sure someone else hasn't already done so.
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Postby Mob_Barley » Tue May 04, 2010 3:07 am

I want to donate this CD to the library. For those wanting to research old styles of beer, beers that are no longer being brewed, or just old methods of brewing, etc. There are 21 old books on the disk, each page of each book has been scanned. It might be best to make a copy for lending out and keep the original in the library.

Brewing and Beer Making

Reference Library

21 Books on CD-ROM

The London Complete Art of Cookery Containing the Most Approved Receipts. ALSO THE COMPLETE BREWER EXPLAINING THE ART OF BREWING PORTER, ALE, TWOPENNY, AND TABLE-BEER; INCLUDING THE PROPER MANAGEMENT OF THE VAULT OR CELLAR. Printed 1797 - 232 pages

A practical treatise on brewing, and on storing of beer: Reduced from Forty ... by William Black - 1835- 145 pages

A Practical Treatise on Brewing, Based on Chemical and Economical Principles ... by William Black - 1849 - 249 pages

A Systematic Handbook of Practical Brewing: Including a Full Description of ... by E. R. Southby - 1885 - 391 pages

A Text-book of the Science of Brewing by Edward Ralph Moritz, George Harris Morris - 1891 - 608 pages

American Handy-book of the Brewing, Malting and Auxiliary Trades . . by Robert Wahl - 1902 - 1266 pages

An historical account of the malt trade and laws by William Ford - 1849- 248 pages

Cottage Economy: Containing Information Relative to the Brewing of Beer ... by William Cobbett - 1826- 210 pages

Fermentation Organisms; a Laboratory Handbook by Albert Klöcker - 1903 - 392 pages

In Praise of Ale, Or, Songs, Ballads, Epigrams, & Anecdotes Relating to Beer ... W. T. Marchant - 1888 - 632 pages

Technical Mycology; the Utilization of Micro-organisms in the Arts and ... by Franz Lafar - 1903- 255 pages

The Brewer's Analyst: A Systematic Handbook of Analysis Relating to Brewing ... by R. Douglas Bailey - 1907 - 423 pages

The Complete Practical Brewer; Or Plain, Accurate, and Thorough Instructions ... by Marcus Lafayette Byrn - 1852 - 199 pages

The Cook and Housewife's Manual: A Practical System of Modern Demestic ... TO WHICH IS ADDED A COMPREHENSIVE TREATISE ON DOMESTIC BREWING. by Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1847 - 683 pages

Every brewer his own analyst by Joseph Alfred Nettleton - 1884- 58 pages

Hops: Their Cultivation, Commerce, and Uses in Various Countries. A Manual ... by Peter Lund Simmonds - 1877 - 135 pages

Practical information onthe best method of brewing from sugar; in which is ... by Practical information - 1847- 31 pages

The brewer: a familier treatise on the art of brewing by Brewer - 1856- 190 pages

The British wine-maker, and domestic brewer by William Henry Roberts - 1835- 300 pages

The farmers' real friend, shewing how to brew with three-fourths barley to ... by Farmers - 1847- 44 pages

The secrets of the mash tun; or, The real causes of failure in producing ... by Secrets - 1847- 65 pages
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Postby aleguy » Tue May 04, 2010 12:18 pm

Donations are always welcome.
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Postby aleguy » Sun Jul 25, 2010 10:14 am

FINALLY! Someone ordered our new library book for us. this post will go away when we receive the hard copy. Thanks Guitarlord's friend. I don't think I caught your name. I was drinking a bit at Gulf Brew and was barely functional for most of it, though I was sober by the time we got everything cleaned up.
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Postby GuitarLord5000 » Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:51 pm

That was my brother, Bart. One of us will drop you a line when the book gets here. Also, I dug out my copy of Dave Miller's Homebrewing Guide to donate to the club library. It should be a great resource for some of the new brewers that'll be joining the club as a result of Gulf Brew. I was originally going to donate Brew Like a Monk, but the binding on that book is so bad, I'd hate to pawn that trouble on our club librarian. DM's HG is in much better condition.

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Postby aleguy » Fri Jul 30, 2010 1:23 pm

cool! thanks. :D
Our president OKed the membership in trade for the book, so get Bart's form in ASAP. Meeting Tuesday if you're in-country.
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