Does the term Scotch Ale imply that the beer has been brewed in Scotland?
#107820. Asked by flem-ish. (Aug 09 09 10:58 AM)
"Scotch Ale is the name given to a strong pale ale believed to have originated in Edinburgh in the 18th century. Beers using the designation Scotch Ale are popular in the USA where most examples are brewed locally. Examples of Scotch Ale brewed in Scotland are exported to the USA, though may be available in Scotland under a different name. For example, Caledonian's Edinburgh Scotch Ale is sold from the cask in Scotland as Edinburgh Strong Ale or as Edinburgh Tattoo."
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