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Already a real ale drinker, the prospect of working in a keg-only plant didn't excite me much. As a beer, it had represented the pinnacle of Newark's brewing tradition. To help us around them, I will explain how British beers were classified by brewers, governors and drinkers in centuries past.

The 2nd and 3rd rows show the more likely situation in practice, where a barrel of small beer is also made from the mash.

That's because the source used is describing the situation at about precisely the time Porter suddenly appeared.

Information dating from the end of the century, indicates that, at least from a Weights & Measures point of view, Porter was a beer. Here are some ale and beer strengths from around 1760: Source: Combrune "Theory and Practice of Brewing" 1762, his recommended quantites malt for 1 barrel (36 gallons) of beer .

Thirty years later, there were 6 breweries each pumping out more than 100,000 hl.annually.

By the end of the century, Whitbread had taken the lead and broken the 300,000 hl barrier.

The 2nd and 3rd rows show the more likely situation in practice, where a barrel of small beer is also made from the mash.That's because the source used is describing the situation at about precisely the time Porter suddenly appeared.Information dating from the end of the century, indicates that, at least from a Weights & Measures point of view, Porter was a beer. Here are some ale and beer strengths from around 1760: Source: Combrune "Theory and Practice of Brewing" 1762, his recommended quantites malt for 1 barrel (36 gallons) of beer .Thirty years later, there were 6 breweries each pumping out more than 100,000 hl.annually.By the end of the century, Whitbread had taken the lead and broken the 300,000 hl barrier.The main subdivision was on the colour of the malt used: Source: London And Country Brewer 1736, page 42, recommended quantites malt for 1 barrel (36 gallons) of beer Notes: Yield per bushel my estimate. Whilst ales had also adopted the use of hops, the quantity used was so much smaller as to make them readily distiguishable from heavily-hopped beers.