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Spot the Difference #106; George Younger Double Ales

Such was George Younger’s sizeable overseas trade, sometimes the same beer received a different name, depending on which part of the world it was destined for. Could this be the case here. The Double Scotch Ale is probably for the American market destined for Scottish immigrants. The Double Brown is more likely to be going to Australasia. Who knows? Thanks to Dale for sending in these images. scan010

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