Our Drinks

Prize Winning Yorkshire Beers

Being part of the Timothy Taylor company (http://www.timothytaylor.co.uk/) you can excuse us for a little bias but we believe them to be the finest cask ales around and we have the awards to prove it. Timothy Taylor’s prize-winning Yorkshire Beers and Ales are brewed in Keighley. The main brands are Landlord, Golden Best and Best Bitter (now Boltmaker) – all award winning cask ales. We always have the Ram Tam on, and in winter the Dark Mild too. Sometimes we’ll have a guest ale but not often as we already have the best!

Landlord has been crowned 4 times as CAMRA’s champion beer of Britain. The Brewery has been brewing premium cask beers since 1858 and also produces Landlord in a bottle. Timothy Taylor’s Brewery is the last family brewery of its kind in West Yorkshire producing prize winning traditional ales and beers.

  • Golden Best
    Timothy Taylors, 3.5%
    The Last of the true Pennine light milds. A crisp, amber coloured beer that makes a refreshing session ale. The smooth and creamy flavour makes it a popular choice close to the brewery, and increasingly in destination pubs across the country.
  • Ram Tam
    Timothy Taylors, 4.3%
    A dark, strong beer that has a reputation as a ‘Winter Warmer’. Wholesome and satisfying, this mellow beer has body and depth, leaving a pleasant fruity afterglow.
  • Boltmaker
    Timothy Taylors, 4%
    The Brewers’ Favourite. Named after one of favourite local pubs, Boltmaker is a well-balanced Yorkshire Bitter that was awarded Supreme Champion Beer of Britain in 2014.
  • Landlord
    Timothy Taylors, 4.3%
    The drinkers’ favourite, a 4.3% classic pale ale with a complex citrus and hoppy aroma. A recent survey revealed that Landlord has the highest proportion of drinkers who call it their favourite ale. And it has won more awards than any other beer, winning both CAMRA’s Champion Beer of Britain and the Brewing Industry Challenge Cup four times.


We are committed to presenting Timothy Taylors beer in the best possible condition and we spend lots of time and effort on making sure our staff become as passionate about the beer as we know our customers are. For more details on our brewery and beers go to http://www.timothytaylor.co.uk