hist-brewing: Gruit Ale Label

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Fri Dec 8 01:26:25 PST 2000

In a message dated 12/7/00 11:44:12 AM Central Standard Time, 
dbeistle at arches.uga.edu writes:

> The recipe [specifies?] the use of 'gruit', a medieval
>  mixture of herbs in which bog myrtle/sweet gale is very [?].  
>  And the original:
>  >  Het recept vereist 't gebruik van "gruit", een
>  > middeleeuws kruidenmengsel waarin gagel zeer bepalend is.
    I'm sure the word wanted is 'prominent', but how that is 'bepalend'
is beyond me.
    Thanks, Don, from all of us.
    Scotti the insufferably curious

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