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Malt OF THE month

Early island home brews

New whisky distilleries on the Isles of Islay, Arran, Raasay, and even possibly on Jura have fired up a curiosity into the history of the art in the Hebrides.

Aqua vitae was distilled by religious establishments as early as 1494, but the Highlander either drank the fresh burn water, or milk, buttermilk and whey. Ale was drunk in the Lowlands, and wine was brewed from native fruits and plants.

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