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A form of potent herb ale, which was matured for two years before being drunk, (and sometimes known as "Brunswick mum") popular in the 17th century. Pepys recorded a visit to "the Fleece, a mum-house in Leadenhall". See "Ale"; "Covent Garden Purl"

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