Keighley-based brewery, Timothy Taylor’s, has recently been announced as the second-highest selling cask ale in the Morning Advertiser's Drinks List - the top brands to stock in 2023.
The list, produced annually, is compiled by insights expert CGA by NielsenIQ, which ranks individual variants in different drinks categories based on volume and value of their sales. Ranging from cask and craft ales to spirits, soft drinks, and wine brands etc.
Morning Advertiser Drinks List - Cask Ales 2022
||Up or Down
|Sharp's Doom Bar
|Timothy Taylor's Landlord
|Greene King IPA
|Fuller's London Pride
|Greene King Abbot Ale
|St Austell Tribute Ale
|St Austell Proper Job
All data provided by CGA for the 12 months to 8 October 2022
Timothy Taylor’s Landlord has consistently been one of the strongest performing cask ales in the market, placing 8th on the list in 2018, 5th in 2019, 5th in 2020, 3rd in 2021, and now 2nd in 2022.
But in a list dominated by breweries who are now owned by multinationals – Sharp’s has been owned by Molson Coors since 2011 and Greene King were acquired by CK Assets in 2019 – Timothy Taylor’s stands out as one of the few regional, family-owned, and still independent breweries in the top 10.
When asked about the ongoing success of Landlord, Tim Dewey, Chief Exec of Timothy Taylor’s said: "Here at Timothy Taylor’s, everything we do is designed to achieve the best and consistent quality.
"The ongoing success of Landlord can be put down to our uncompromising brewing process, the very finest ingredients that we use in our beers, and the relentless hard work and commitment of our team.
"From the brewery team to the sales team, office staff and our drays, and of course the dedicated pub and wholesaler teams responsible for looking after our beer once it’s left our brewery.
"Landlord’s success rests on all our shoulders, and to see it become the second-highest selling cask ale in the UK, and top independently produced cask ale, is testament to that hard work. All for that taste of Taylor’s."