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M'Harry, S. THE PRACTICAL DISTILLER; or an Introduction to Making Whiskey, Gin, Brandy, Spirits, &c. &c; of Better Quality and in Larger Quantities than produced by the present Mode of Distilling, from the Produce of the United States: Such as Rye, Corn, Buck-Wheat, Apples, Peaches, Potatoes, Pumpions and Turnips. With Directions How to Conduct and Improve the Practical part of Distilling in All It's Branches. Together with Directions for Purifying, clearing and Colouring Whiskey, Making Spirits Similar to French Brandy, &c. from the Spirits of Rye, Corn, Apples, Potatoes, &c. &c. And Sundry Extracts of Approved Receipts for Making Cider, Domestic Wines and Beer. , Ohio, USA: Raudins Publishing, 2004 reprint (approx 500 copies) of 1809 edition published by John Wyeth, Harrisburgh, Pennsylvania.

(iv) + 184pp. 8x4 Short introduction to this edition by Glenn Raudins. The book describes early American distilling practises through the eyes of a practising distiller and contains detailed discussion on techniques for producing rye and corn whiskies. Other topics include apple brandy, peach brandy, Jamaican spirits and spirits made from potatoes. Copies of the original edition are very scarce. Bound in bonded leather with gilt to front cover and spine. VG+. Price includes UK postage. (Book ref. 483 )  £ 28.75

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