hist-brewing: 16th c. Dutch Beer

Wade Hutchison whutchis at bucknell.edu
Wed Sep 25 12:59:51 PDT 2002

I've found 2 sources (in English) on Dutch beer in the 16th century - I 
don't know if
this is what you're looking for, but It should help.
This is cut and paste out of our Inter Library Loan system, so it should be 
enough for your local library to find a copy.

>Journal Title: De Halve maen.
>Volume: 69
>Issue: (3)
>Year: 1996
>Inclusive Pages: 41-46
>Article Author: Vilsteren, V.T. van
>Article Title: From Herbs to Hops: Outlines of the brewing process in 
>medieval europe
>Item Author:
>Item Place:
>Item Publisher:
>Item Edition:
>ISSN/ISBN: 0017-6834

This second item is a thesis which the owning library won't circulate, but 
can be purchased
through UMI (www.umi.com):

Title: The brewing industry in Holland, 1300-1800 : a study in industrial
Author: Yntema, Richard John, 1957-

If you find anything else, please let me know - I'm always anxious to find 
pre-1600 sources on
         whutchis at bucknell.edu

At 12:55 PM 9/17/2002, you wrote:
>Hi all,
>The subject line pretty much says it all:  I'd like some info about what
>beers the Dutch were drinking in the 16th century.  I doubt that Amstel or
>Heineken were too popular back then.  No TV ads.
>More specifically, types of malts and descriptions of flavor would be most
>Thanks, have fun!
>George de Piro
>Head brewer, C.H. Evans Brewing Company
>at the Albany Pump Station
>19 Quackenbush Square
>Albany, NY, USA 12207
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