Timothy Taylor's

Knowle Spring

Refreshing Blonde Ale

Knowle Spring is a full-bodied blonde beer brewed with Golden Promise barley malt, Strisselspalt hops from Alsace, and UK-grown Minstrel, Cascade and Chinook hops.

It’s an easy-drinking beer with floral and grapefruit aromas, spiced orange on the tongue followed by aromatic citrus hop flavours to finish.

Knowle Spring is a full-bodied blonde beer brewed with Golden Promise barley malt, Strisselspalt hops from Alsace, and UK-grown Minstrel, Cascade and Chinook hops.

It’s an easy-drinking beer with floral and grapefruit aromas, spiced orange on the tongue followed by aromatic citrus hop flavours to finish.

Brewers' Notes

Water
Pure Knowle Spring Water
Malt
Golden Promise Barley
Whole Leaf Hops
Strisselspalt, Minstrel, Cascade, Chinook
Yeast
Taylor's Taste Strain
Ingredients
Malt, Oats, Hops, Yeast, Sugar, Water
ALC VOL.
4.2%
4.2%
Units Per Serving
2.1
2.1
Style
Pale, Golden, Straw
Aroma
Citrus, Grapefruit, Floral
Flavour
Zesty, Spiced Orange
Bitterness / IBU 28
Sweetness
Best Enjoyed At
11-13°C
11-13°C
Food Pairing
Scampi & Tartare Sauce, Chicken Burger, Delicate Flat Fish
Calories Per 100ml
36
36

Knowle Spring Awards

British Bottler’s Institute Annual Competition

2018 Beer Tasting Gold Medal

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

A swift half at lunch is of the utmost importance at Taylor’s.

A swift half at lunch is of the utmost importance at Taylor’s.

It’s the most important meeting at the brewery. On the stroke of midday, every day, our team of highly experienced brewers stop whatever they’re doing and wind their way down to a small room in the depths of the main brewery building. In this unassuming place they undertake the most vital of tasks – the tasting of beer. Every single batch is tasted at least three times during the brewing process to check the beer is perfectly balanced, and ensure it conditions to produce the depth of flavour that you expect from Landlord. We think it’s a lunchtime tradition well worth preserving.


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