By Stan Hieronymus
The wit and weizen of wheat beers. writer Stan Hieronymus visits the ancestral houses of the world's finest styles-Hoegaarden, Kelheim, Leipzig, Berlin or even Portland, Oregon-to type fantasy from truth and learn the way the beers are made at the present time. whole with brewing info and recipes for even the main curious brewer, and solutions to forcing questions equivalent to Why is my beer cloudy? and without or with lemon?
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In the examples represented in the wood-cut, Fig. 6, from the triumphal arch at Orange, the shield of elongated form, in addition to its central boss, has a decorative conventional device, the whole being within a border. All this decoration appears to have been executed either in colour on a flat surface, or in low relief. It must here be observed, however, that the Romans in their representations of barbarous (foreign. that is) nations, while distinguishing very decidedly Page 20 between the barbarians and themselves, took but little care to discriminate between the different barbarous races; accordingly, the Gauls on the Orange arch, and the Dacians on the column of Trajan, appear almost in the same costume, and with scarcely any perceptible difference in their armour and weapons.
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Brewing with Wheat: The 'Wit' & 'Weizen' of World Wheat Beer Styles by Stan Hieronymus