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By James Sumner

How did the brewing of beer turn into a systematic strategy? Sumner explores this query by way of charting the speculation and perform of the exchange in Britain and eire through the eighteenth and 19th centuries

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Yworth was simultaneously a sincere alchemist and a practical pharmacist and distiller, and knew that publishing on trade processes required different rhetorical and linguistic conventions from publishing on alchemy; to draw from other sources in meeting these needs was conventional in early modern scholarship. 20 The apparent period and context of authorship, therefore, can never be taken at face value. Hack authors could be sophisticated in cloaking borrowed texts to suit new markets. 22 Such practices were rarely challenged: a few knowledgeable authors bewailed the effects of misinformation due to the scissors-and-paste tendency, but were not immune to similar behaviour themselves.

This brought him little opposition from the trade, which acknowledged him as an influential chemical reformer who did not stoop to the adulteration scaremongering of some of his peers. Thrale, Henry (1728–81). Leading porter brewer and patron to James Baverstock and (with obscure, but apparently wholeheartedly negative consequences) Humphrey Jackson. His long-suffering wife, Hester Thrale (Piozzi) (1741–1821) was among Jackson’s principal antagonists. Tizard, William Littell (fl. 1841–64). Brewers’ engineer, perhaps the first to describe himself as such, whose promotion of his patent mechanical apparatus involved a large and repeatedly updated treatise on brewing, featuring an unparalleled survey of the prior literature.

Boyle (who in practice found engaging with artisans rather uncomfortable and time-consuming) boasted the particular merits of learning from the most ‘illiterate persons’. 10 We must remember, however, that the gentleman/artisan contrast was chiefly a rhetorical device to shore up the fledgling Royal Society’s public credentials. If the vision of an ingenuous philosopher exploring exotic industrial lands was just about representative of Robert Boyle, it certainly misrepresented others more closely involved in the history of trades project, erasing their commercial obligations and opportunities.

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