Just having a nostalgic chat with friends and thought back to my college drinking days back on the other side of the Atlantic ... and got a craving for Robinson's Old Tom (http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/robinso...om-cask/44577/)
I'm not so sure I could clone it myself with my limited experience and only a 20 year old memory to go by ... anyone else have more of a clue?
do you have the setup to make a cask conditioned ale? Read up on cask conditioned ales if you have the setup you can do anything.
No matter how rich you are, you can still only drink 16 or 17 liters of beer a day.
Yes, I can cask condition this (in a corny keg) and have almost enough patience to give it the time it needs. I was more wondering about the recipe - should I go for a slightly gentler barley wine? Any insight into what makes Old Tom so good?
I've never had it, but it seems like a bigger version of my Full Owl. Just remember to prime low(.75-1oz) to give that true Brittish carb.