hist-brewing: Adam Larsen...
baden at oclc.org
Tue Feb 1 17:01:34 PST 2011
Greetings and may your day end with an excellent brew!
I did a search through the Union Catalog for a book like this and got no
But I did a search on the net and got some interesting stuff:
Manx Scrapbook 2:
The main page
I make no claims about these, I just found them :).
A truly awesome talk of experimental alternative bitters showing the
procedure whys and how tos, as well as touching on the Larsen topic:
From: hist-brewing-bounces at pbm.com [mailto:hist-brewing-bounces at pbm.com]
On Behalf Of Martyn Cornell
Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2011 5:59 PM
To: Deborah Wood; hist-brewing at pbm.com
Subject: Re: hist-brewing: Adam Larsen...
I strongly suspect that "Adam Larsen" was a spoof - nothing he told me
was claimed to be unique information uncovered by him or his contacts
ever be verified: not even the existence of his contacts. I doubt very
that the "Manx brewing book" existed.
On 01/02/2011 18:41, "Deborah Wood" <dwood at gilbertsonandpage.com> wrote:
> Good morning,
> I am very curious if anyone has ever seen the historic brewing book
> that Adam Larsen was having translated from Manx in approximately
> 2005? If yes, I would be interested in obtaining a copy.
> Yours truly,
> Deborah Wood
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