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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Obadiah Poundage was the pen-name of a London brewer of the eighteenth century who published a letter in the London Chronicle on November 4th 1760 arguing for a rise in the price of beer. The letter was reprinted in various journals, including the Gentleman's Magazine and The Gazetteer, and has since been used by beer historians for the basis of information about porter. Sir, I believe I may say I am the oldest acting outdoor Clerk at present in the brewery. I served in the trade when Tom Tryon (a student in physick) whom I new very well, occasioned no small bustle among us by advising the not boiling of our worts for fear that our ales should taste raw. This, as near as I can recollect, was about the time of the Revolution as proves in how much need the trade stood of further improvement.
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