Drikkestell for øl i Trøndelag by Ola Grefstad


Find out all about the drinking vessels of the Trøndelog region especially the beautiful details of both structural design and surface decorations. These pieces will inspire folk artists who wish to create new items with roots in the old culture and anyone interested in ale drinking and celebratory traditions. 

In the past, beer was brewed on the farms – weak beer for thirsty drink, stronger beer for feasts and parties. For storage and shipping and as a drinking vessel, wood was the most common material, and the drinking frame for beer usually had decorative details. This book is divided into main sections on brewing vessels and drinking vessels with a separate chapter devoted to beer brewing so that the knowledge is also preserved.

Over 300 pages of full-color photographs with Norwegian text. Hardcover.
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