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Clarke's Complete Cellarman: The Public and Innkeeper's Practical Guide, and Wine and Spirit Dealer's Director and Assistant; Containing the Most

ISBN: 9780282801250
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Publication Date: 2017-10-21
Number of pages: 294
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Excerpt from Clarke's Complete Cellarman: The Public and Innkeeper's Practical Guide, and Wine and Spirit Dealer's Director and Assistant; Containing the Most Approved Methods of Managing, Preserving and Improving Wines, Spirits, and Malt Liquors

Rance in the Treatment, the Preserving, and Correcting of Malt Liquors, has also no less fre quently occasioned loss and injury to the Inn keeper and Publican. And incorrect and vague information respecting the judicious composi tion Of Cordials and Compounds, has not only Often subjected the compounder to disappoint ment, but Often to the total loss of the mate rials. Nor can any other results be expected; for no one but he who has had the opportunity and advantage of extensive and varied expe ricuce in the management of Stores and large Wine and Spirit Vaults, is equal to the difficult duties; or that the necessary experience and knowledge Of the subject is conveyed to him, either orally or by publication, by a judicious and intelligent instructor.

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