Robinson's Old Tom Beer 4 bottles for £5 @ Asda
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Robinson's Old Tom Beer 4 bottles for £5 @ Asda

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Found 28th Feb 2013
330ml - 8.5% vol - frederick-robinson.com - 4 for £5 which works out at £1.25 a bottle

...This superior dark ale is recognised, both nationally and internationally, as one of the most famous strong ales, winning some of the industry’s most prestigious awards including World’s Best Ale.

In recent years Robinsons’ Old Tom has been named by CAMRA as Supreme Champion Winter Beer of Britain no less than three times at the National Winter Ales Festival...

robinsonsbrewery.com/ind…22/

there's a link on the brewery page saying they will pay you to be a mystery shopper at one of their pubs but the page doesn't dispaly on my browser - perfect-pub.co.uk

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Original Poster

i forgot to mention in the text - the deal is at ASDA - purchased this morning at asda, old kent road.

Might be a regional / store specific deal? Not available online, so changed to Offline deal only.

I'd be tempted to buy 2, 4, 6, 8 bottles of this.



I'm here all week.

Awesome stuff. Heat added

there is a whole range of them type beer's there at 4 for a fiver
it is a country wide promo

Ah, Robinsons Old Tom.
Used to buy in the Black Horse on Friargate
in Preston, Lancs. Mix half a pint of draught
Old Tom with half a pint of draft Guiness and
you have a pint of BLACK DEATH, lovely.
Thanks for the memory and the post.

That's a chea

gluke21

Ah, Robinsons Old Tom.Used to buy in the Black Horse on Friargatein … Ah, Robinsons Old Tom.Used to buy in the Black Horse on Friargatein Preston, Lancs. Mix half a pint of draughtOld Tom with half a pint of draft Guiness andyou have a pint of BLACK DEATH, lovely.Thanks for the memory and the post.



That's exactly where I had my first taste of Old Tom! I'd be fine on the Newcastle Brown (as was de rigeur for a student in those days) but things always went a bit fuzzy after the Old Tom.

Never tried the BLACK DEATH though, surprised you've got any memories! :-)

pedd

That's a chea That's exactly where I had my first taste of Old Tom! I'd … That's a chea That's exactly where I had my first taste of Old Tom! I'd be fine on the Newcastle Brown (as was de rigeur for a student in those days) but things always went a bit fuzzy after the Old Tom.Never tried the BLACK DEATH though, surprised you've got any memories! :-)



The Black Death was very prevalent in the Black Horse
around 30 years ago when the place was really rocking
and the upstairs bar was open too. Later Landlords did
not know of Black Death so it really is a memory. As it
happens I stopped drinking alcohol a couple of years ago.
Despite seeking the help of Alcoholics Anonymous I am
still off the alcoholic gravy. Shame. How the mighty are
fallen !
Edited by: "gluke21" 28th Feb 2013
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