Medieval/Renaissance Brewing Homepage
This page is devoted to the topic of Medieval and Renaissance
Brewing. It is part of the
Society for Creative Anachronism Arts and Sciences homepage.
Primary Sources, Reference, Bibliography
- An annotated bibliography of Brewing sources
- John French's Art of Distillation (1651) as
page images and
text (alchemy-oriented, not booze).
- The Closet of the Eminently Learned Sir Digbie (1669)
- Ein Buch von Guter Spise (German, c. 1350) (one mead recipe)
- References from Scum
- Texts in the Thackery Library,
a collection of primary sources ranging from Classical Greece to the 19th century
- Koge Bok (Danish, 1616, see chapters II, III, IV, XXIX, XXX, and XXXI.)
- The Feminine Monarchie, or, A Treatise Concerning Bees and the Due Ordering of Them (1609)
- For more modern brewing books, please see the historical brewing sources page.
Articles / Newsletters
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during the Medieval and Renaissance eras, please send me email at
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Blount of Isenfir (Greg Lindahl)