- My Rating: [B-], I gave it a (3.2 of 5) on Ratebeer.com
Timothy Taylor’s Landlord – Knowle Spring Brewery, 4.1% ABV – 500ml., (Keighley, England)
on the back label:
“Landlord is the classic pale ale, brewed in the traditional way from Knowle Spring water, using on the finest Golden Promise malted barley and best possible leaf hops. This full-flavoured brew has won many awards, both at Brewers Exhibitions and Great British Beer Festivals.”
- Style: Bitters
- Taste: crisp malty citrus hopped bitter
- Where I got it : BC Liquor Stores
- How much: $4 – 500ml., November 2014
- Do I love this enough to drink it again: no
- Would I recommend this to beer aficionados: no
Visual: Pours clear medium orange with a decent creamy head, a small layer of retention, sticky lacing, several clustered fast streams.
Nose: hops, sweet toffee malts (lvl-6)-pungency
Attack: smooth, light fizzy, soft crispness
Mid-palate: (lvl-4)-sweetness, (MAIN) toffee, light roast, clean grainy barley malt, grassy, orange, light metallic
Finish: mild citrus-soft bitter hops, lingering bitter hopped finish.
Summary: A clean, easy-going, sippable yet well-bodied brew. Not outstanding but decent.