What is it?
Dark Rock Tribute to Landlord Ale honours a firm drinkers' favourite. This is a classic pale ale with complex citrus and hoppy aroma. Timothy Taylor's Landlord has won more awards than any other beer, winning both CAMRA's Champion Beer of Britain and the Brewing Industry Challenge Cup four times. Dark Rock Tribute to Landlord Ale makes 40 pints of 4.4% ABV English Pale Ale.
These kits allow you to produce beers which mirror the classic commercial favourites. Quality hops, malts and yeast have been carefully selected and matched to give you the closest possible result. They are not designed to be clones since factors such as water source and yeast type will be individual to each brewery. We recommend you have fun comparing the commercial beer against your own to see how close you can get.
The Commercial Brewery
Timothy Taylor's is a family-owned regional brewery founded in 1858 by Timothy Taylor and were originally based in Cook Lane, Keighley, West Yorkshire. Timothy Taylor's moved to larger premises in 1863 at Knowle Spring in Keighley, where they remain. The brewery is still family-owned and was family-run until 2014 when the Chief Executive Charles Dent retired and became Chairman. The principle of not accepting second best was laid down and remains with us to the present day This means that the very finest ingredients are used to brew the best possible beers, with Landlord winning many awards.
Customer Reviews 4 item(s)
- Great bitter
Lovely refreshing bitter
- Great tasting Bitter
Great bitter I had high expectations and the flavour, smell and brewing experience did not disappoint. Easy instructions to follow and will be ordering another part grain from the tribute series. In Lockdown V2.0 so no mates available to share this beer with......every silver lining
- Fun and Easy
Close to landlord and it was easy to brew. Definitely one for beginners or someone wanting to move on from straight extract .
- A great session ale
It looks like bitter,
It smells like bitter
And by golly it tastes like bitter
A good hoppy taste to it. Well pleased.