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  • Posted in thread: Broken Jaw? on 02-21-2006 at 03:38 PM
    A jawbone never breaks only in one place. In two or more places usually. If in doubt seek
    medical attention.

  • Posted in thread: Worthington's White Shield on 01-13-2006 at 02:37 PM
    I've noticed bottled White Shield appearing more and more in my local supermarkets (UK) in the
    past few months. I can't for the life of me remember who currently owns the brand as it has
    been passed a...

  • Posted in thread: Origins of Isinglas on 12-14-2005 at 02:46 PM
    I remember reading an article where someone speculated that finings came about when it was
    noticed that wine or beer kept in animal skins/stomachs etc cleared better than in other
    vessels.Nice idea. I...

  • Posted in thread: Chimay yeast on 11-29-2005 at 04:37 PM
    I used to live near Elgin (about 60 miles NW of Aberdeen) but all of my family are from
    Aberdeen. All dyed in the wool Aberdeen football supporters!I can't say I've seen a recipe for
    McEwans Lager. Bu...

  • Posted in thread: Claymore Wee Heavy on 11-29-2005 at 04:30 PM
    Looks good. Getting the 'right' amount of hoppiness is tricky. My 75/- is a little too hoppy
    for a bona fide Scottish beer (East Kent Goldings and Fuggles). Still tastes good though!I have
    seen recipe...

  • Posted in thread: Chimay yeast on 11-29-2005 at 04:00 PM
    Very few indigenous Scottish beers have a true peaty/smokey character in my opinion. Hence,
    even if I could get my hands on peat malt I wouldn't use it for a 'true' scottish beer. I might
    give it a wh...

  • Posted in thread: Chimay yeast on 11-29-2005 at 03:46 PM
    Born and raised in Scotland. Now working 'undercover' south of the border in England! ;)

  • Posted in thread: Chimay yeast on 11-29-2005 at 03:35 PM

  • Posted in thread: Chimay yeast on 11-29-2005 at 03:22 PM
    It used to be traditional for your first visitor (or 'first-foot') of the new year to be tall,
    dark, handsome and to come armed with a lump of coal for your fireplace.In my household we
    preferred it i...

  • Posted in thread: Chimay yeast on 11-29-2005 at 03:14 PM
    Hogmanay (HOG-MAN-'A') refers to Scottish new year celebrations (late December 31 and early
    January 1). Historically this is a bigger "piss-up" than Christmas. :D I have read that the
    name may have Fr...

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Next up: ???? Primary: Empty! Secondary: Worthington White Shield clone Conditioning: None. Drinking: Harviestoun 75/-, Norfolk Nog dark ale, Midas Touch golden ale.
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