Talking of Christmas, how about investing in one of the four books I wrote this year?
There's my award-winning Scotland! Vol. II. A history of Scottish beer that isn't made up bollocks. Complete with more than 370 historic recipes. And all new, except for some of the recipes, not stuff from the blog.
Another book not just from the blog. An anthology of historic recipes. Sort of an expansion pack to The Home Brewer's Guide to Beer. Lot's of offbeat recipes, like Lager, and stuff from the USA.
The next one is just recycled blogposts. The story of my travels trying to plug Scotland Vol. II.Including such exotic locations as Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Louis and Macclesfield.
Finally, a Christmas treat for my readers - a word-free book. Nothing but photos of old brewing records, from 1804 to 1972. And every decade between. The 1972 log is a real treat: Whitbread Tankard.
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