Well they definitely aren't adding either NC or ND, but they might be implying SA with all that sharing is caring stuff.

You could ask before migrating to wiki source, my guess is they are choosing CC-BY-SA


Jonathan / WereSpielChequers 

On 29 Feb 2016, at 15:19, Richard Symonds <richard.symonds@wikimedia.org.uk> wrote:


BrewDog, a Scotland-based "hipster brewery" - for want of a better phrase - have just "open-sourced" their entire recipe collection. 

You can read more at https://www.brewdog.com/lowdown/blog/diy-dog.

It's not entirely clear what "licence" they're using but they say:

"copy them, tear them to pieces, bastardise them, adapt them, but most of all, enjoy them. They are well travelled but with plenty of miles still left on the clock. Just remember to share your brews, and share your results. Sharing is caring."

I guess "free as in beer" has a slightly different meaning now!

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