Martin Quinn and João Oliveira, eds., Accounting for Alcohol: An Accounting History of Brewing, Distilling and Viniculture[Routledge New Works in Accounting History] (forthcoming 23 August 2018).

Editors’ Introduction Part 1 Accounting for Beer 1. Introduction of accounting technology at Guinness in the 1920s, Carmen Martinez, Catholic University of Murcia, Spain & Martin Hiebl, University of Siegen, Germany; 2. Accounting at a Spanish brewery, Dr Alonso Moreno, University of Jaen, Spain; 3. Accounting at McArdle Moore, Desmond Gibney, National College of Ireland, Ireland; 4. Accounting and strategy at Orion Breweries, Kazuhisa Kinoshita, Fukui Prefectural University, Japan; 5. Accounting practices at John Labatt Ltd, Matt Bellamy, Carleton University, Canada. Part 2 Accounting for Spirits 6. Accounting at Thomas Hewitt, Distiller, Dr Peter Cleary, University College Cork, Ireland; 7. Russia, Accounting and Vodka, Ekaterina Zuga, Svetlana Karelskaya, Viatcheslav Sokolov, St.Petersburg University, Russia; 8. Accounting and Scotch Whisky, Julie Bower, consultant, UK; 9. Tequila, accounting and popular culture, Marie Sarita Gaytán, University of Utah, USA; 10. Accounting & Cognac, Béatrice Touchelay, University of Lille III, France. Part 3 Accounting and Viniculture 11. Accounting at wine cellars of a Spanish monastery, Alicia Santidrian, Begona Pietro, University of Burgos, Spain 12. The increasing role of accounting in wineries, Stépane Ouvrard, Kedge Business School, Bordeaux, France; 13. Accounting in Spanish co-operative wineries, Francisco Jose Medina Albaladejo, University of Valencia, Spain; 14. Accounting evolution through the history of winemakers; Oriol Amat, Pompeu Fabra University , Spain, Rui Couto Viana, University of Porto, Portugal; 15. Port wine trade accounts in the XVIII century, José Oliveira, Universidade de São Paul