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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 variety delusion from truth and learn the way the beers are made this day. entire with brewing information and recipes for even the main curious brewer, and solutions to forcing questions comparable to Why is my beer cloudy? and without or with lemon?

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Ulick Bourke, who succeeded to the title, found that he had inherited huge debts and had therefore to reach an accommodation with the lord deputy. 60 At the same time it was recognized in Ireland that the king possessed as a good title to large sections of County Meath as he did to Connacht and, in England, Thomas Howard, the earl of Arundel, was pressing a land claim in southern Leinster. The implications of Wentworth's plan, therefore, extended well beyond Connacht. The threat of war with the Holy Roman Empire (usually referred to as Austria by correspondents of the day) delayed the plantation of Connacht during 1637, and by the next year the king's dispute with Scotland prevented implementation of the scheme.

Seventeenth-century maps of Ireland show that towns tended to be concentrated in the southern half of the country, with the main ones, save for Kilkenny, located on the coast. Dublin had a larger population (by 1641 approximately 20,000 inhabitants and a fourfold increase since 1600) than any city in England with the exception of London and therefore was a very large urban centre by contemporary standards. Other towns came nowhere near to Dublin's size or importance. Cork followed with a population of about 5,500, then Limerick with 3,500.

Sir George Radcliffe, who was responsible for the collection of customs and might have been expected to take credit for any increased efficiency in collection, did not make this claim when explaining to Wentworth the rise in customs revenue in 1634. He 33 Ireland before the Rebellion Figure i Revenue from Irish customs, 1619—20 through 1640—41 (to nearest £100). SOURCES: Treadwell, "Irish Financial Reform," 404; SCL, Wentworth Woodhouse MSS 24-5: no. 174; PRO, SP 63/258: 260. Also Gillespie, Transformation of the Irish Economy, 62.

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