2019, Vol.19
September 30, 2019

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 labels over the years – John Martin looks at the story of Edinburgh’s biggest brewery through its labels.

d) Transport of delight – George Douglas continues his study of the transport used by S&N.

e) Raise Your Glass! reaches Haddington – Allan McLean reports on the latest Brewing Heritage Scotland exhibition.

f) The Youngers of Alloa (part 2) – Michael Clark concludes with the second part of the story of the brewing family.

g) The other John Martin – A mix-up on the phone led John Martin to discover that he had a namesake in the beer trade – who was much more important to his employers than he was…

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