hist-brewing: More Beer Spice Sources

ALBATRS890 at aol.com ALBATRS890 at aol.com
Fri Feb 11 21:53:35 PST 2000

Subj:    Re: Beer Spices
Date:   2/1/00 5:14:33 PM Eastern Standard Time
From:   ibs4beer at together.net (POWERS MCCASLAND)
Reply-to:   ibs4beer at together.net (POWERS MCCASLAND)
To: ALBATRS890 at aol.com

Hi Frank
We have a line called Brewers Garden Belgium.  This is what is available:
Rose Hips
Dried Woodruff
Dried Mugwort
Dried Wormwood
Juniper Berries
Sweet Orange Peel
Dried Elderflowers
Dried Elderberries
Sweet Gale  - 2 grams - $.70
Indian Sarsaparilla
Licorice Root
Paradise Seeds
Wintergreen Leaves
Belgian Candi Sugar
Bitter Orange Peel
Cardamom Seed
Coriander Seed
Ginger Root
Vanilla Beans
Cinnamon Sticks
Star Anise
Heather Tips

Let me know if any of these might be a substitute for what you need.
----- Original Message -----
From: <ALBATRS890 at aol.com>
To: <ibs4beer at together.net>
Sent: Monday, January 31, 2000 11:52 AM
Subject: Beer Spices

> I am trying to make a gruit ale. This beer predates hops. They used
> combinations of spices for bitters.I am looking for 3 spices. Your suppler
> D Carlson Company, 463 Portage Blvd, Kent, OH, (330) 678-7733, said he
> wholesales these spices. I should purchase them from you.
> What I need is a price for these items.
> Ledum Palustre also known as, Marsh Tea, MarshCistus, Wild Rosemary,
> Skvattram, or Getpors
> Myrica Gale also known as, Sweet Gale,Bayberry, English Bog Myrtle, Dutch
> Myrtle.
> Achillea Millefolium also known as, Yarrow, Milsfoil, Staunchweed.
> Any help will be appricated
> Frank Colombo

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