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PUB and BEER TRAILS
Beer in Scotland used to be invoiced to publicans at 60, 70 or 80 shillings (/-) a barrel. As duty increases as strength increases 60/- is the weakest and 80/- the strongest. 60/-, the weakest beer is also the darkest beer and is known as light! 70/- is the most common and is known as heavy.