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Continued form the last issue. The first chocolate house was reputedly opened in London in 1657 by a Frenchman. Costing 10 to 15 shillings per pound, chocolate was considered a beverage...
The Beer Purity Law is the oldest currently applicable food regulation in the world. It is also the outcome of a legal development reaching back several centuries in Germany, whereby the relevant...
Brewing was originally in the domain of the woman of the house--as was bread-making, which utilized the same ingredients. A good ale wife was held in high esteem. Men often married, not based on a...
Beer has refreshed the thirst of hundreds of millions of people throughout the world for thousands of years. 6000-year-old Ancient Sumerian clay tablets provide brewing’s earliest official...