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In fact, the book has two sections covering the history, one from 6500 B.C. to 1820, and the other from 1820 to 1891.
Scottish/Scotch Ales are one of my least favorite styles to drink and brew of the 17 styles in the series, but this is by far my favorite one of the books.
The book is very entertaining to read and replete with history and information on not only scotch ale and scottish ales, but many breweries as well.
Got to love my 60/-. I brew this style on a regular basis and having the extra insight has only made things better.Published 15 months ago by Brian Sorensen
Noonan provides the reader with historical details concerning the evolution of the process of creating Scotch Ale. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Otto D. Rafuse
I just got and read this book, twice, highlighting necessary information the second time as brewing details are not given in the recipes. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Tom Waddell
This book is good. It as outlined. I have not made the recipies yet will report back with results when I have completed them.Published 22 months ago by Amazon Customer