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Of the Brewing Vessels.

To a copper that holds 36 gallons, the mash-tub ought to be at least big enough[Pg 161] to contain six bushels of malt, and the copper of liquor, and room for mashing or stirring it: The under back, coolers and working tubs, may be rather fitted for the conveniency of the room, than to a particular size; for if one vessel be not sufficient to hold your liquor, you may take a second.

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