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Part two of a three-part series.

See if you can spot the trends:


Barclay Perkins Ale output 1844 - 1860 Year malt (qtrs) sugar (qtrs) hops (lbs) X XL XX XXX XXXX KK KKK KKKK Table Hhd EIA FS FBSt BS total 1844 23,965
341,695 17,910 432 8,987 2,909 94 4,131 5,334
1,070 739 18,270 1,125 1,322 2,286 64,610 1845 24,810
402,083 22,497
8,502 3,274 98 4,366 5,313 176 1,164
21,192


66,583 1846 27,000
462,716 23,748
9,801 3,434
3,847 7,169 208 1,060
24,134


73,400 1847 24,979
456,489 24,171
9,711 2,947
3,400 5,361 896 1,074
26,510


74,070 1848 22,036 60 359,810 26,427
10,443 2,448 287 3,617 5,904
1,336
17,446


67,928 1849 23,947
350,485 30,205
7,868 2,127
3,703 8,201 265 1,095
14,723


68,187 1850 23,625
327,556 32,604
7,765 1,975
2,686 7,351 204 1,097
13,926


67,607 1851 25,737
330,502 33,134
6,743 1,746
2,512 7,314 282 1,246
17,340


70,317 1852 30,756
421,245 38,832
6,919 1,681
3,500 8,308 232 1,233
23,286


84,519 1853 30,862
474,047 42,164
6,621 1,378
4,388 7,658 101 1,270
26,540


90,120 1854 27,305
401,975 38,291
6,345 1,208
5,372 9,027 201 1,042
20,554


82,040 1855 20,018
294,198 35,153
4,870 1,018
5,445 2,722 102 960
14,598


64,868 1856 24,425
362,320 37,172
5,446 786
6,281 4,388 95 1,024
19,187


74,378 1857 26,676
396,695 40,063
6,218 1,263
6,348 5,307 86 1,115
19,190


79,591 1858 26,642
424,040 41,905
6,756 1,234
6,027 4,711 212 1,407
20,427


82,679 1859 28,736
419,243 46,117
5,870 1,199
5,930 4,829 221 1,370
19,653


85,189 1860 28,200
406,955 46,924
5,370 959
7,197 5,102 101 1,209
16,930


83,791 Source: Document ACC/2305/1/670 held at the London Metropolitan Archives Document ACC/2305/1/671 held at the London Metropolitan Archives

Did you see it? The start of the march to dominance of X Ale. And the whittling down of the number of different K and X Ales.

I'm so glad I've found these numbers. They illustrate wonderfully the trends in 19th century British brewing. I should combine them with those from Whitbread. Maybe next week.https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/tracker/5445569787371915337-5970680032812642663?l=barclayperkins.blogspot.com


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