EspeciallyBitter
The thread about those lovely looking tap handles Pinto bought with the fox-hunting scenes reminded me of Adnam's Tally-Ho. It's a beer I have wanted to brew for a while, especially as I have an established culture of Wyeast 1335 British Ale II that recently made a really nice old ale.

I know Ron Pattinson posted a series of Tally-Ho recipes through the ages starting in October 2017 with an 1879 recipe and ending with a recipe for the 1980s version. I'd like to try them all eventually. Has anyone tried one of these, or a recipe from another source?

Anyone remember drinking it back in the day? I thought it used to be available five or six years ago but it doesn't seem to exist now, or I can't find it on the Adnam's website at any rate.
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Robert
I definitely drank a bit of it but I can't say I remember it especially. I've seen recipes for it in Ron Pattinson's blog.
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EspeciallyBitter
Robert wrote:
I definitely drank a bit of it but I can't say I remember it especially. I've seen recipes for it in Ron Pattinson's blog.

Yeah, the series of posts by Ron was what originally sparked my interest. I'm generally a fan of Adnam's beer so I'd like to try making a few variations on Tally-Ho. Would make a good winter warmer, methinks.

It's fun watching the recipe morph over the course of a century. Big part of the fun reading Shut Up About Barclay Perkins.
1879
1890
1913
1967
1977
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