Timothy Taylor's

Cook Lane IPA

Aromatic, Hoppy 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.

Brewers' Notes

Water
Pure Knowle Spring Water
Malt
Golden Promise Barley
Whole Leaf Hops
Cascade, Chinook
Yeast
Taylor's Taste Strain
Ingredients
Malt, Oats, Rye, Hops, Yeast, Sugar, Water
ALC VOL.
5.8%
Units Per Serving
1.9
Style
Amber
Aroma
Tropical Fruit, Pineapple
Flavour
Toasty, Mango, Lime
Bitterness / IBU 52
Sweetness
Best Enjoyed At
11-13°C
Food Pairing
Oily Fish, Thai Green Chicken, Fajitas, Enchiladas
Calories Per 100ml
49

Cook Lane IPA Awards

British Bottler’s Institute Annual Competition

2018 Beer Tasting Silver Medal

2018 Diploma for the bottle design, labels and tray design - Taylor Made Range

Part of the Taylor Made range

Informed by tradition and crafted with experience  

Andrew Leman and his team of four Heriot-Watt-trained brewers have been experimenting, developing and tinkering with different malts, hop varieties and styles of beer in our five-brewer’s-barrels micro-brewery to create our Taylor Made range of craft beers.

Poulter’s Porter, Cook Lane IPA and Hopical Storm are contemporary, full-flavour beers with the timeless and inimitable Taylor’s Taste.

Cook Lane

When a Yorkshireman finds a source  of pure spring water, he doesn’t bottle it. He builds a brewery on it.

When a Yorkshireman finds a source of pure spring water, he doesn’t bottle it. He builds a brewery on it.

In 1863 Timothy Taylor was given the opportunity to buy land over a natural aquifer spring. He did what any good Yorkshireman would, and immediately started work building a brewery. Ever since, The Knowle Spring has been the source of the unique spring water we use to brew our beers. Filtered through layers of black rock and limestone, it is said to taste like melted snow. It’s a very pure and consistent water, one of the reasons we are able to brew beer of such reliable quality and taste.
After that first sip you might agree. 


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