From the HBD Archive
From: "David J. Fiander" <hpfcla.fc.hp.com!golem!davidf>
Subject: Re: Homebrew Digest #829 (February 21, 1992)
Date: 1992-02-25 00:59:55 GMT

>From:
>Subject: 160 British Beers
>
>Des--
>Although I don't own Line or Harrison, I've read that Line's recipes
>include many ingredients that we here in the states have great difficulty
>in purchasing, for example Golden Syrup, Demerara Sugar and Invert Sugar.

I think you picked the wrong examples (at least for the
neighbourhood _I_ live in). Golden syrup is Corn Syrup,
and Demerara Sugar can be found in the baking supplies section
of the local chain grocery store. I would have some difficulty
finding liquid invert, however.

So if you have any problems finding ingredients, just do a
little cross border shopping in Canada.

- David

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