I told th' ole woman that spruce beer ain't so good as usual this brewin'.'
spruce beer is another by-product which has long been manufactured in New England and the eastern Canadian provinces.
Amherst thought that spruce beer was a remedy against scurvy and made great quantities of it.
He refers at different times to the value of spruce beer, ale, wine and other vinous liquors.
In addition to this medicine I drank, as my common beverage with my meals, spruce beer.
The neighbour gave us spruce beer, a flat decoction, which we found somewhat insipid, and then he started to talk.