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To Sweeten Hogsheads By Scalding






When you turn your vessels out of doors (for it is esteemed slothful and
a lazy mode to scald them in the still house,) you must wash them clean
with your scrubbing brush, then put in sixteen or twenty gallons boiling
water--cover it close for about twenty minutes, then scrub it out
effectually with your scrubbing broom, then rinse your vessel well with
a couple buckets clean cold water, and set them out to receive the
air--this method will do in the winter, provided they are left out in
the frost over night--but in summer, and especially during the months of
July and August, this mode will not do--it is during those extreme warm
months in our latitude, that the vessels are liable to contract putrid
particles, which may be corrected by the following mode of making


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