2018, Vol.18
September 30, 2018

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 S&N’s remarkable mobile Tartan Special party trailer.

d) A pint of Scotch – Inspired by his talk last year at the AGM of the SBAA – Allan McLean has written some personal reminiscences on the subject of Scotch Ale.

e) The Youngers of Alloa: Part1–Through the generations. Michael Clark tells the story of perhaps the most famous Scottish brewing family.

f) Brewing in Leith – John Martin discovers a rich history of beer and vinegar production by the port.

g) It’s coming home – Ivor Reid tells the story of a shipwrecked beer bottle finally returning to Glasgow from Australia.

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