2020, Vol.20

a) Coopers’ tools and their uses b) How times have changed c) Recollections of an Alloa brewery hand d) Drumdryan Brewery: the Georgian years e) From the Royal Fleet Auxiliary to Courage & Co. f) The Frolic beer story: or, the China connection g) Beer galore...

2019, Vol.19

a) The Edinburgh home of William McEwan – Eleanor Docherty takes us on a guided tour of the brewer’s former house. b) HMS Edinburgh – Bill Sneddon and John Martin look into the history of HMS Edinburgh and its unexpected beery connection. c) McEwan’s beer...

2018, Vol.18

a) Maclays of Alloa – A phoenix from the ashes – Duncan Kellock, former head brewer at Maclays, tells its story. b) The James Fleming Scrapbook – John Martin discovers a “little gem” in one of the SBA’s oldest items. c) The Tartan Club – George Douglas examines...

2017, Vol.17

a) The Calders of Alloa – Michael Clark reveals the background of one of the great brewing families of Alloa. b) “Raise Your Glass” reaches Alloa and Musselburgh – Allan P. Mclean reports on the progress of Brewing Heritage Scotland (SBAA). c) The Malt Duty Petition...

2016, Vol.16

a) A life with Tennent’s – Part 1. Ivor Reid, who has recently retired, recalls some memories of his career. b) The Scottish Brewing Archive and King Tut’s beer. John Martin discusses the unusual origins of a limited edition beer. c) Men of brewing in...

2015, Vol.15

a) The breweries of Craigmillar. Part 2. Bill Brown continues his history of the seven breweries of Craigmillar. b) Brewers in Tranent. Jim Lawrie describes the results of his research into the brewing history of the ancient town of Tranent. c) What’s in a name? John...