Alcohol in Germany

In 1500, German alchemist Hieronymus Braunschweig published Liber de arte destillandi (The Book of the Art of Distillation), the first book solely dedicated to the subject of distillation, followed in 1512 by a much expanded version. In 1651, John French published The Art of Distillation the first major English compendium of practice, though it has been claimed that much of it derives from Braunschweig's work. This includes diagrams showing an industrial rather than bench scale of the operation.ies, musk yarrow, and much more

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Berliner Luft

Danzig Goldwasser

Doornkaat Schnapps

Echte Kroatzbeere

Kammer Brandy Williams Birne Pear in The Bottle

Monkey 47 Dry Gin

Rumple Minze Peppermint Schnapps

Schladerer Himbeergeist Raspberry Brandy

Stroh 80 Rum 


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