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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