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Early Pewter Tavern Pots - by Capt A Sutherland-Graeme

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02/01/2019

THE saying 'Horses for Courses' has its counterpart in the sphere of liquid refreshment, part from the epicurean dictum that old brandy must be imbibed from enormous rummers, there is the inseparable connexion
of champagne, with the wide shallow glass, allowing free play to the effervescence which has dubbed the wine with its unhallowed nickname; the long trumpet for iced lager; the 'stone' cider jug and the pewter pot for
good English ale.

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