Timothy Taylor's

Landlord Dark

Rich Yet Light Dark Ale

Landlord Dark originates from the multi award-winning Landlord Pale Ale but brewed with caramelised sugars to give a rich yet light and drinkable dark ale.

This perfectly balanced mellow dark beer has body and depth. It has a fruity, toasted aroma with hints of chocolate, citrus and roasted malts on the tongue. A darker shade of pale!

Landlord Dark originates from the multi award-winning Landlord Pale Ale but brewed with caramelised sugars to give a rich yet light and drinkable dark ale.

This perfectly balanced mellow dark beer has body and depth. It has a fruity, toasted aroma with hints of chocolate, citrus and roasted malts on the tongue. A darker shade of pale!

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.
4.3%
4.1%
Units Per Serving
2.2
2.1
Style
Dark, Deep Ruby
Aroma
Mature Fruit, Toffee, Roasted
Flavour
Fruity, Creamy, Smooth
Bitterness / IBU 38
Sweetness
Best Enjoyed At
11-13°C
11-13°C
Food Pairing
Steak & Kidney Pudding, Sticky Toffee Pudding, Chocolate Fudge Cake
Calories Per 100ml
39
40

Landlord Dark Awards

Brewing Industry International Awards

1968 1st Prize & Silver Medal Draught Mild Ale

1964 1st Prize & Silver Medal Bottled Mild Ale

1960 3rd Prize & Bronze Medal Draught Mild Ale

1954 1st Prize & Silver Medal Draught Mild Ale

1950 1st Prize & Silver Medal Bottled Mild Ale

Pub cellar spotted doing 60mph down the M6.

Pub cellar spotted doing 60mph down the M6.

Don’t be alarmed, it’s just one of our lorries. Good beer needs to travel well. So to ensure our beer is delivered to pubs in perfect condition, we designed our own lorries that always keep our casks at cellar temperature, whatever the weather. They keep our beers between 10 and 12 degrees, allowing for the correct conditioning that gives Landlord its clean and crisp flavour. So however near or far from the brewery you are, you’re always going to get that taste of Taylor’s.


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