hist-brewing: Gruit Ingredients found (2/3 ain't bad!)

John Purdy John_Purdy at Jabil.com
Wed Jan 12 07:57:06 PST 2000


In a message dated 01/11/2000 1:45:56 AM EST, Richard at WowMe.com
<mailto:Richard at WowMe.com>  writes:
	> it would be interesting to learn what role lysergic acid had
played, 
	> historically, in brewing.
"Hey, wow, you gotta try some of this new batch, Nigel.  You'll think you've
found the Holy Grail!"

Possibly more like the "unholy grail."  The History Channel, the bastion of
information that it is, did a show on werewolves.  Besides relating them to
common folklore, etc. one segment showed a map of Europe, changing through
the years.  The data overlaid on the map was two fold... 1) werewolf
sightings and 2) flood zones.  Hmmm.  They corresponded by time and region.
It was almost like the same data was plotted out with slight variances.
Mongo


-------------------------------------------------------------------------
To unsubscribe from this list, send email to majordomo at pbm.com containing
the words "unsubscribe hist-brewing" (or unsubscribe hist-brewing-digest, if
you get the digest.) To contact a human about problems, send mail to
owner-hist-brewing at pbm.com



More information about the hist-brewing mailing list