> From: Russ and Shannon <[log in to unmask]>
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Ish Brewers/Clan list
> Date: Friday, December 20, 1996 5:28 AM
> Clan Ish,
> Ah, and a such a noble way to solve such complex problem. There are
> than two fellow clansman that drink, so there should be more than two
> brewers. Also, since I live in Japan, and he in Scotland that too is
> obvious, I would suggest a third at a minimum be charged "Clan Brewer" to
> cover the continental United States, you ladds and lassies there must be
> thirsty by now.
> Any able and willing to swim, fly or walk on water are more than welcome
> to come and drink of my brewings- the Stout is wonderful, the lager fresh
> and my weissenbier soon to be consummable. My regards to Clan Brewer-
> Europe (what a large job that is).
> Clan Brewer- Asia
> Rusty MacIsh
> > Subject: Re: Ish Brewers/Clan list
> > Date: Friday, December 20, 1996 4:19 AM
> > Martin.
> > A thousand apologies. You are now.
> > A clan such as ours needs more brewers than farmers. Especially as
> > made some beer already (my phone number is 0131 552 5115, and i live in
> > Edinburgh if you want to join me on a sampling night in Edinburgh, by
> > way. we could always try some beer then try the Heb bar! And i'm sure
> > and Kiwi MacIsh would be on for it too. And we could even bring along a
> > live macGillivray who has an interestingly mixed background too)
> > A toast to the new brewer - may your Hops ne'er Skip, and yer worts all
> > cured.
> > MacIsh.
> > In a message dated 16/12/96 17:29:08, you write:
> > << Subj: Ish Brewers/Clan list
> > Date: 16/12/96 17:29:08
> > From: [log in to unmask] (Martin Burns)
> > Reply-to: [log in to unmask]
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > CC: [log in to unmask]
> > Ian
> > A couple of things
> > 1) I'm still not on the website's list (*sniff*)
> > 2) As Rusty & Shannon are Standard Bearers *as well* as
> > brewers, and I'm only a brewer, plus they got in b4 me
> > cos of Celtic-L not delivering a number of mails to/from
> > me, can I humbly request that their tasks be shared out a
> > bit?
> > Ta
> > Martin MacIsh
> > >>