Timothy Taylor's

Boltmaker

Bold & Tasty Yorkshire Bitter

A well-balanced, genuine Yorkshire Bitter, with a full measure of maltiness and hoppy aroma – Boltmaker is first choice for the discerning drinker – on both sides of the Pennines.

Formerly known as Best Bitter, Boltmaker has won many awards over the years but most recently it was awarded the CAMRA Supreme Champion Beer of Britain in 2014 and Champion Beer of Britain – Bitter category in 2016.

A well-balanced, genuine Yorkshire Bitter, with a full measure of maltiness and hoppy aroma – Boltmaker is first choice for the discerning drinker – on both sides of the Pennines.

Formerly known as Best Bitter, Boltmaker has won many awards over the years but most recently it was awarded the CAMRA Supreme Champion Beer of Britain in 2014 and Champion Beer of Britain – Bitter category in 2016.

Brewers' Notes

Water
Pure Knowle Spring Water
Malt
Golden Promise Barley
Whole Leaf Hops
Styrian Goldings, Goldings, Fuggles
Yeast
Taylor's Taste Strain
Ingredients
Malt, Hops, Yeast, Sugar, Water
ALC VOL.
4.0%
4.2%
Units Per Serving
2.0
2.1
Style
Copper, Amber
Aroma
Citrus, Fruity, Spicy Hop
Flavour
Roasted, Malty Bitter Finish
Bitterness / IBU 33
Sweetness
Best Enjoyed At
11-13°C
11-13°C
Food Pairing
Roast Beef, Fried Onions, Chilli Con Carne
Calories Per 100ml
36.1
39

Boltmaker Awards

Great British Beer Festivals

2019 Finalist Best Bitter Category

2016 Gold Medal - Bitter Category

2015 Bronze Medal - Bitter Category

2014 Gold Medal - Bitter Category

2014 Supreme Champion Beer of Britain

1993/94 Runner-up to Champion Beer of Britain

1993/94 Winner Bitter Category

Brewing Industry International Awards

1998 Bronze Medal & Certificate

1980 1st Prize Draught Pale Ale

What do Taylor’s brewers and  seasoned chefs have in common?

What do Taylor’s brewers and seasoned chefs have in common?

Creating delicious food starts with using the best ingredients. Our brewers believe the same is true for beer. That’s why they always insist on using whole leaf hops, rather than the hop pellets used by most brewers. It’s because the more delicate aromatics present in hops can be lost in the processing of pellets. Although more costly, only whole leaf hops let our brewers create the balance and layers of flavour you expect from a pint of Landlord. Much like a good chef always uses fresh herbs. We think the proof of the pudding is in the drinking.


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