A Bottle Of Guinness Please

Author: David Hughes
Editor: Phimboy
ISBN: 9780955371301
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The Oral History Of A Guinness Brewery

Author: Tim Strangleman
Editor: Oxford Oral History
ISBN: 0190645091
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Imagine a workplace where workers enjoyed a well-paid job for life, one where they could start their day with a pint of stout and a smoke, and enjoy free meals in silver service canteens and restaurants. During their breaks they could explore acres of parkland planted with hundreds of trees and thousands of shrubs. Imagine after work a place where employees could play more than thirty sports, or join one of the theater groups or dozens of other clubs. Imagine a place where at the end of a working life you could enjoy a company pension from a scheme to which you had never contributed a penny. Imagine working in buildings designed by an internationally renowned architect whose brief was to create a building that "would last a century or two." This is no fantasy or utopian vision of work but a description of the working conditions enjoyed by employees at the Guinness brewery established at Park Royal in West London in the mid-1930s. In this book, Tim Strangleman tells the story of the Guinness brewery at Park Royal, showing how the history of one plant tells us a much wider story about changing attitudes and understandings about work and the organization in the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Drawing on extensive oral history interviews with staff and management as well as a wealth of archival and photographic sources, the book shows how progressive ideas of workplace citizenship came into conflict with the pressure to adapt to new expectations about work and its organization. Strangleman illustrates how these changes were experienced by those on the shop floor from the 1960s through to the final closure of the plant in 2005. This book asks striking and important questions about employment and the attachment workers have to their jobs, using the story of one of the UK and Ireland's most beloved brands, Guinness.

The Ultimate Guide To Homebrewing

Author: Editors of the Harvard Common Press
Editor: Harvard Common Press
ISBN: 1558329838
File Size: 22,79 MB
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This is the perfect book for anyone getting into homebrew, with easy-to-follow instructions, must-try recipes, expert tips, and everything else a homebrewer could want. Get brewing today with a crash course in brewing ingredients and process. Then level up with dozens of recipes from some of today's top craft brewers—including big names like Allagash, The Bruery, and Surly. All your favorites are here, from porter and stout to India Pale Ale and saison. While some recipes hew to tradition, others push the envelope. Master the use of unusual ingredients and learn brew-day secrets that go far beyond the average recipe. All recipes come with step-by-step instructions and some include features on the brewers themselves. Learn the basics, then impress your family with beers that feature honey, fruit, tea, and more. Dive into the history of key beer styles and try your hand at historical recipes from the 1800s. Or, If you're into beers that go with the local food movement, browse the chapter on growing your own hops and other beer ingredients!

Peace

Author: Ronald Pattinson
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 9490270091
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Port Of Mobile

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Sing

Author: Michael Curtin
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The Reporter

Author: Kola Adeniyi
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Marjorie Morningstar

Author: Herman Wouk
Editor: Signet Book
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File Size: 37,95 MB
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Marjorie Morningstar is a love story. It presents one of the greatest characters in modern fiction: Marjorie, the pretty seventeen-year-old who left the respectability of New York's Central Park West to join the theater, live in the teeming streets of Greenwich Village, and seek love in the arms of a brilliant, enigmatic writer. In this memorable novel, Herman Wouk, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, has created a story as universal, as sensitive, and as unmistakably authentic as any ever told.

Majorie Morningstar

Author: Herman Wouk
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Sins Of The Son

Author: Leone Stewart
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May It Please The Court

Author: Eugene Sheehy
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Country Fair

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Legon Journal Of The Humanities

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It S All For The Best

Author: William Hughes
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Time Gentlemen Please

Author: Michael Jones
Editor: Pen & Sword
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File Size: 26,60 MB
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A selection of over 70 colourful and attractive posters and show -- cards advertising beers from the Victorian and Edwardian era.

A Sin In The Convent

Author: Oladele Akadiri
Editor: Heinemann Educational Books
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Egon Ronay S Guide To Hotels Restaurants Pubs Inns In Great Britain And Ireland And London Pensions

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National Grocers Bulletin

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Includes Proceedings of the annual conventions of the National Association of Retail Grocers.