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British brewing industry.

Arthur Seldon

British brewing industry.

by Arthur Seldon

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Published by Lloyds Bank in [London] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprinted from Lloyds Bank Review, October 1953.

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Open LibraryOL13892664M

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collection and do not appear in the catalogues of other major collections including the British Library. The National Brewing Library is based on the combined libraries of the.I have compiled them because I found the sources available to me (for example Brauwelt) were incredibly inaccurate with regard to certain aspects of the British brewing industry.

I have seen the number of breweries in the UK consistently cited as 60 - 70, when in reality there are more than