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Very Good. The Story of Canadian Whisky: Two Hundred Years of Tradition by Brown, Lorraine. xii,147p. : ill.(some col.), facsims.(some col.), maps, ports. ; 24 cm. Includes: illustrations, maps, portraits, facsimiles. Spine title: The story of Canadian whisky. Bibliography: p146. - Includes index.
Ted Glaszewski; Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo. Signed by Author 146 pp. Personalised inscription by Lorraine Brown on the title page. Beige boards lettered in gilt on the spine; beige endpapers; profusely illustrated with black and white, sepia and colour photographs, along with drawings, maps and diagrams. Light rubbing on the corners of the dustjacket; aside from the author's inscription, no interior markings. The Contents are: Foreword by Charles R. Bronfman; A Day in Upper Canada 1830; Canadian Whisky: 200 Years of Tradition; Old Customs in the New World; Beyond the Grist Mill: 1799 to 1850; The Golden Age of Canadian Whisky: 1850-1920; Early Distilling Technology in Canada; The Temperance Movement and Prohibition in Canada; Prohibition in the United States: The Noble Experiment; The Post-Prohibition Years; The Canadian Whisky Industry Today; and The Art and Science of Canadian Whisky; followed by an index.
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