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Edinburgh Ale
A salt print, dated c. 1844, of three men, James Ballantine, George Bell and David Octavius Hill, drinking Edinburgh ale. A contemporary source described the brew as "a potent fluid, which almost glued the lips of the drinker together, and of which few, therefore, could dispatch more than a bottle."Photograph: Hill & Adamson

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