The Hop; Its Culture and Cure, Marketing and Manufacture: A Practical Handbook on the Most Approved Methods in Growing, Harvesting, Curing, and Selling Hops, and on the Use and Manufacture of Hops
Orange Judd Company, 1899 - 299 páginas
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Página 125 - Boil from one to two hours, occasionally adding water, until the compound resembles very strong black coffee. Dilute to one-third the final bulk with hot water or with cold water added slowly over the fire, making a stock mixture, to be diluted to the full amount as used. When sprayed, the mixture should be perfectly fluid and without sediment, and should any appear in the stock mixture reheating should be resorted to.