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 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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Newsletter No. 60

Newsletter No. 60

1. Chairman’s Statement: Welcome to the July Newsletter. The Newsletters are issued on a quarterly basis to coincide with the four seasons of the year, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. Did I say Summer, looks like it is still to make an appearance, well here’s...

Newsletter No. 59

Newsletter No. 59

1. Chairman’s Statement: With Spring in the air, the SBAA are planning a number of events to be held during the year, please see Last Runnings for details. If you wish to attend any of these events, please contact Ivor our secretary to book your place so that the...

2023, Vol. 23

Contents 5) Lagering of beer: art, science, myth? Jim Murray discusses the gap between industrial and traditional lager brewing 18) Tennent's beers 1830-31 Edd Mather digs in the archives 24) Brewery water wells Bill Williamson and John Martin look at brewery water...