Timothy Taylor’s Landlord Strong Pale Ale pours a lovely golden bronze, with a full head of fine foam that lasts. It has a lovely hoppy aroma with a background of barley and malts. In the mouth it is bright and uplifting, the fragrant hops and good malt base being livened by the carbonation. There is a slight sharpness at the outset but this fills out with hops and malt, all smoothly working together. Very smooth finish with a slight sharpness again that lingers to leave a fragrant hop taste.
Overall this Timothy Taylor’s Landlord Strong Pale Ale is a really good drink, and could easily be enjoyed with food or just on its own. Best served at around 12c, this beer has won many awards and both local and national championships.
|Contains:||Malted Barley, Fragrant Hops|