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37 of 37 (100%) sections assigned

37 of 37 (100%) sections completed

This project has a dedicated proof-listener who will listen to all sections: Lmnei

SectionTitleReaderNotesListen UrlStatus
1 An Explanation of the Technical Terms  BettyB PL OK
2 Of Fire  Gren PL OK
3 Of Air  PeterMusgrove PL OK
4 Of Water  NinaC777 PL OK
5 Of Earth  Foon PL OK
6 Of Menstruums or Dissolvents  Foon PL OK
7 Of the Thermometer  ToddHW PL OK
8 Of the Vine, its Fruits, and Juices  bpgower98 PL OK
9 Of Fermentation in General  Adamsantoni PL OK
10 Of Artificial Fermentation  Adamsantoni PL OK
11 Of the Nature of Barley  PeteM PL OK
12 Of Malting  vvocelli PL OK
13 Of the Different Properties of Malt, and of the Number of its Fermentable Parts  markevogt PL OK
14 Observations on Defective Malts  PeteM PL OK
15 The Practice of Brewing  NinaC777 PL OK
16 Of the Heat of the Air  sadclown PL OK
17 Of Grinding  moniaqua PL OK
18 Of Extraction, part 1  Ariphron PL OK
19 Of Extraction, part 2  Lmnei PL OK
20 Of the Nature and Properties of Hops  lubee930 PL OK
21 Of the Lengths Necessary to Form Malt-Liquors of the Several Denominations  moniaqua PL OK
22 Method of Calculating the Height in the Copper at which Worts Are to Go out  elsieselwyn PL OK
23 Of Boiling  Availle PL OK
24 Of the Quantity of Water wasted; and of the Application of the preceding Rules to two different processes of Brewing  elsieselwyn PL OK
25 Of the Division of the Water for the respective Worts and Mashes, and of the Heat adequate to each of these  mhnewell PL OK
26 An enquiry into the Volume of Malt, in order to reduce the Grist to liquid Measure  lubee930 PL OK
27 Of the Proportion of cold Water to be added to that which is on the point of Boiling, in Order to obtain the desired heat in the Extract  Lmnei PL OK
28 Of Mashing  briann PL OK
29 Of the Incidents, which cause the Heat of the Extract to vary from the Calculation, the allowances they require, and the means to obviate their effects  ChrisG PL OK
30 Of the disposition of the Worts when turned out of the Copper, the thickness they should be laid at in the Backs to cool, and the heat they should retain for fermentation, under the several circumstances  2839reader PL OK
31 Of Yeast, its nature, and contents, and of the manner and quantities in which it is to be added to the worts  2839reader PL OK
32 Of practical Fermentation, and the management of the several sorts of Malt Liquors, to the period, at which they are to be cleansed or put into the Casks  2839reader PL OK
33 Of the signs generally directing the processes of Brewing, and their comparison with the forgoing Theory and Practice  2839reader PL OK
34 An enquiry into what may be, at all times, a proper stock of Beer, and the management of it in the cellars  2839reader PL OK
35 Of Precipitation, and other remedies, applicable to the diseases incident to Beers  mhnewell PL OK
36 Of Taste  ToddHW PL OK
37 Appendix  elsieselwyn PL OK