Friday, April 17, 2015

Once again, I REALLY like the thrift stores around here.

Found three brand new hardback copies of the Desert Publications 1980 reprint of the 1943 classic, The Alcohol Distiller's Handbook. They were marked $1.99 each, less my old fart's discount. Why there were three pristine copies is a mystery to me, but I snatched them up, keeping one and sending the other two on to good friends.


Anonymous said...

Lucky dog!
Knowledge is power in this information age. Especially practical hands-on everyday knowledge.

B Woodman

MadDawg308 said...

Great save, Mike! Glad you could save the other two for good homes as well.

I have a copy of "The Lore of Still Building" by Gibat & Gibat, 1978 edition, I found at a flea market book bin. I love thrift shops and flea markets, you never know what type of neat stuff you can save...