Cook Lane IPA
Named after the site of Timothy Taylor’s first brewery in Keighley. The brewers wanted to create a best-in-class modern IPA using aromatic English-grown Cascade and Chinook hops.
This gives the beer a less harsh and more gentle flavour profile than many of the extreme, hoppy IPAs currently flooding the market.
Cook Lane IPA Awards
Brewing Industry Awards
Silver Medal - British Bottling Institute
Diploma for the Bottle Design, Labels and Tray Design - British Bottling Institute
Fuggles farmer foils attack of the killer wilt.
In our eyes, farmer Tom Spilsbury is a hero worthy of immortalising as a statue. Over the past few decades, the killer wilt fungus has decimated acres of English Fuggles hops – an ingredient crucial to the Taylor’s taste. Thankfully, Tom agreed to plant two new yards of Fuggles, specifically for us, in soil elevated above local rivers. This protects our hops from any wilt attacks spreading from land upstream. So we can keep brewing with the Fuggles that give Landlord its inimitable flavour. Here’s to Tom Spilsbury, hops hero, beer legend.