In the back pages of The Drunken Botanist, I shared a list of recommended reading on both plants and booze, and promised to post a complete bibliography online.
This, I must admit, is not a complete bibliography. It includes almost all the sources I consulted in book form, about 320 in all. Not included here are scholarly journals, periodicals, databases, some government and trade publications, and, of course, interviews with actual people. If you’re looking for something and don’t see it here, I might be able to send you the link. Get in touch with me and I’ll track it down for you.
Alcohol distiller’s handbook: A handbook on the manufacture of ethyl alcohol and distillers’ feed products from cereals. (1980). Cornville, Az: Desert Publications.
The alcohol textbook. (2009). Nottingham: Nottingham University Press.
The Alkaloids. Chemistry and physiology. (1965). New York: Academic press.
American agriculturist. (1842). Springfield, Mass. [etc.: Orange Judd Co., Publishers [etc..
The British journal of homoeopathy. (1843). London: Maclachlan, Stewart, & Co.
The Canada medical record. (1872). Montreal.
Cassell’s illustrated guide to Paris. (1884). Cassell.
Cassell’s new dictionary of cookery. (1900). London, New York [etc.: Cassell and company, ltd.
Chemical engineer. (1904). New York: McCready Pub. Co.
Current literature. (1888). New York: Current Literature Pub. Co.
Edible: An illustrated guide to the world’s food plants. (2008). Washington, D.C: National Geographic.
Edinburgh magazine, or, Literary miscellany. (1785). Edinburgh: J. Sibbald.
Journal of foreign medical science and literature. (1821). Philadelphia.
Journal of horticulture and practical gardening. (1849). London.
The Lady’s magazine, or, Entertaining companion for the fair sex. (1770). London.
London medical and physical journal. (1815). London.
Medals and honouarable mentions awarded by the international juries; with a list of jurors and the report of the council of chairmen: International Exhibition 1862. Published by authority. (1862). London: Printed by G.E. Eyre.
The Medical age: [a semi-monthly journal of medicine and surgery]. (1883). Detroit, Mich: George S. Davis.
The Month. (1882). London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co..
The Montreal medical journal. (1888). Montreal: Gazette Print. Co.
The Oxford companion to beer. (2012). New York: Oxford University Press.
Penny magazine. (1832). Boston: Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.
Pharmaceutical journal: A weekly record of pharmacy and allied sciences. (1841). London: J. Churchill; [etc..
Practical druggist and pharmaceutical review of reviews. (1896). New York.
Scientific American: Supplement. (1876). New York: Munn and Co., etc..
Wandertage eines deutschen Touristen im Strom- und Küstengebiet des Orinoko. (1892). Leipzig: Theodor Thomas.
Abbott, E. (2009). Sugar: A bittersweet history. London: Duckworth Overlook.
Adams, J. F. (1970). An essay on brewing, vintage & distillation: Together with selected remedies for hangover melancholia; or, How to make booze. Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday.
Allen, G. (2007). The herbalist in the kitchen. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
American Medical Association. (1960). JAMA: The journal of the American Medical Association. Chicago: American Medical Association.
Amerine, M. A., & University of California (System). (1974). Vermouth: An annotated bibliography. Berkeley: University of California, Division of Agricultural Sciences.
Balick, M. J., & Cox, P. A. (1996). Plants, people, and culture: The science of ethnobotany. New York: Scientific American Library.
Bamforth, C. W. (2009). Beer: Tap into the art and science of brewing. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Baron, S. (1972). Brewed in America: A history of beer and ale in the United States. New York: Arno Press.
Barth, H. J., Klinke, C., & Schmidt, C. (1994). The hop atlas: The history and geography of the cultivated plant. Nuremberg, Germany: Joh. Barth.
Bartley, J. R. (2010). The kitchen gardener’s handbook. Portland, Or: Timber Press.
Barton, W. P. C., & Jefferson Medical College. (1827). Outlines of lectures on materia medica and botany: Delivered in Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. Philadelphia: J. G. Auner.
Battcock, M., Azam-Ali, S., & Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. (1998). Fermented fruits and vegetables: A global perspective. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Beattie, S., & Remington, S. (2008). Artisanal cocktails: Drinks inspired by the seasons from the bar at Cyrus. Berkeley: Ten Speed Press.
Bersselaar, D. . (2007). The king of drinks: Schnapps gin from modernity to tradition. Leiden: Brill.
Bewley, J. D., Black, M., & Halmer, P. (2005). The encyclopedia of seeds: Science, technology and uses. Wallingford: CABI.
Bowling, B. L. (2008). The berry grower’s companion. Portland: Timber Press.
Bradley, R. (1726). New improvements of planting and gardening: Both philosophical and practical. In three parts. I. Containing, a new system of vegetation. … Illustrated with copper-plates. By Richard Bradley. London: Printed for W. Mears.
Brauch, K., Grasslands Entertainment, Inc., Direct Source Special Products Inc., & Filmoption International (Firm). (2006). The thirsty traveler: The complete 1st season. Calgary, Alta.: Grasslands Entertainment.
Braun, S. (1997). Buzz: The science and lore of alcohol and caffeine. New York, N.Y: Penguin Books.
Brightwell, C. L. (1872). Lives of labour: Or, Incidents in the career of eminent naturalists and celebrated travellers. London: T. Nelson and Sons.
Brown, A. C. (2011). Understanding food: Principles and preparation. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Pub Co.
Brown, G. (1996). Classic spirits of the world: A comprehensive guide. New York: Abbeville Press.
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Brown, S. C. (1978). Wines & beers of old New England: A how-to-do-it history. Hanover, N.H: University Press of New England.
Browning, F. (1998). Apples. New York: North Point Press.
Bruman, H. J. (2000). Alcohol in Ancient Mexico. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.
Buglass, A. J. (2011). Handbook of alcoholic beverages: Technical, analytical and nutritional aspects. Chichester, West Sussex, U.K: John Wiley & Sons.
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Caballo, E., Cinzano Limited., & Frassinelli (Publisher). (1957). History of Cinzano distillers, confectioners, vermouth producers, 1757-1957. Turin: Frassinelli.
Carlsen, S. (2009). A splintered history of wood: Belt-sander races, blind woodworkers, and baseball bats. New York, NY: Harper Perennial.
Carr, J. (1972). The second oldest profession: An informal history of moonshining in America. Englewood Cliffs, N.J: Prentice-Hall.
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Champion, . C. P., & Hutchinson, H. G. (1895). The New Forest: Its traditions, inhabitants and customs. London: J. Murray.
Chase, A. W., & Cook, W. W. (1920). Dr. Chase’s recipes: Or, Information for everybody: an invaluable collection of practical recipes … all arranged in their appropriate departments, by A. W. Chase. Chicago: Stanton and Van Vliet co.
Cleland, E. (1759). A new and easy method of cookery: Treating, I. Of gravies, soups, broths … II. Of fish, and their sauces. … VI. Of made wines, distilling and brewing … By Elizabeth Cleland. Edinburgh: Printed by C. Wright and Co.: and sold at their printing-house, and by the Booksellers in town.
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Crockett, A. S. (1931). Old Waldorf bar days: With the cognomina and composition of four hundred and ninety-one appealing appetizers and salutary potations long known, admired and served at the famous big brass rail; also, a glossary for the use of antiquarians and students of American mores. New York: Aventine Press.
In Croker, T. H., In Williams, T., & In Clark, S. (1764). The complete dictionary of arts and sciences: In which the whole circle of human learning is explained, and the difficulties attending the acquisition of every art, whether liberal or mechanical, are removed … The theological, philological, and critical branches. London: Printed for the authors.
Crowgey, H. G. (1971). Kentucky bourbon: The early years of whiskeymaking. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.
Cullen, J., Knees, S., & Cubey, H. S. (2011). The European garden flora: A manual for the identification of plants cultivated in Europe, both out-of-doors and under glass. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Cunningham, I. S. (1984). Frank N. Meyer, plant hunter in Asia. Ames: Iowa State University Press.
Curtis, W. (2006). And a bottle of rum: A history of the New World in ten cocktails. New York: Crown Publishers.
Dabney, J. E. (1974). Mountain spirits: A chronicle of corn whiskey from King James’ Ulster plantation to America’s Appalachians and the moonshine life. New York: Scribner.
Dahl, J. O. (1927). Restaurant management, principles and practice. New York: Harper & brothers.
Daiches, D. (1970). Scotch whisky: Its past and present; with colour photographs by Alan Daiches. London: Deutsch.
Dalby, A. (2000). Dangerous tastes: The story of spices. Berkeley: University of California Press.
DeGroff, D., & Erml, G. (2002). The craft of the cocktail: Everything you need to know to be a master bartender, with 500 recipes. New York: Clarkson Potter/Publishers.
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DeWitt, D. (2010). The founding foodies: How Washington, Jefferson, and Franklin revolutionized American cuisine. Naperville, Ill: Sourcebooks.
Dillon, P. (2003). Gin: The much-lamented death of Madam Geneva. Boston, MA: Justin, Charles & Co.
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Donald, G. (2008). Sticklers, sideburns & bikinis: The military origins of everyday words and phrases. Oxford: Osprey Pub.
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