To every gallon of water you must take a gallon of cowslips.
"And I know I must have lost a gallon of blood," said Harry.
Let them settle, then pour in one gallon of the best wine vinegar; and add to every four gallons, one gallon of foreign brandy.
Boil the barley, previously washed, in six quarts of water, which when boiled sufficiently soft will be reduced to a gallon.
Pick eight ounces of English saffron very clean, cut it fine, and steep it twenty-four hours in a gallon of the best white wine.
For Blue wash, put four pounds of blue vitriol into an iron or brass pot, with a pound of the best whiting, and a gallon of water.
To every gallon of spring water add one ounce of sliced white ginger, one pound of lump sugar, and two ounces of lemon juice.
Put thirty pounds of honey into fifteen gallons of water, and boil till one gallon is wasted; skim it, and take it off the fire.
To every gallon put four pounds of good Lisbon sugar, tun it immediately, lay the bung lightly on, and leave it to ferment itself.
Add a tablespoonful of carbolic acid to the gallon while hot.