Timothy Taylor Brewery

 
 
Historic image of the original brewery grounds

Historic image of the original brewery grounds

 
 

Timothy Taylor Brewery

In 1858, Timothy Taylor established his brewery in the centre of Keighley, but only 5 years later he moved to todays brewing site in The Knowle Spring where he was able to tap into the best natural resource hew could have asked for: the naturally soft and very pure Knowle Spring water.

One fundamental principal stands above all at Timothy Taylors: "Do not accepts the second best.” Following these words, only the best possible ingredients are used to brew, which may be a little more difficult and a little more expensive, but at the end of the day well worth it!

Only the highest quality barley, the ‘Golden Promise’ is used, which is grown in Scotland especially for the Timothy Taylor brewery. This pricey (but again.. worth it!) barley together with whole-leaf hops are only two of the key ingredients that come together to create the ‘Taylors Taste’ .

 

Timothy Taylor Beers:

Landlord Pale Ale

 
Pint of Timothy Taylor’s Landlord Pale Ale

Pint of Timothy Taylor’s Landlord Pale Ale

 
Brewery in Knowle Springs, West Yorkshire, England.

Brewery in Knowle Springs, West Yorkshire, England.

 
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