KEEPING A BETTER PINT
Once you've taken delivery of Timothy Taylor's beer, you are recommended to follow
the guidelines on the Cellar Tips
the best results.
SERVING A BETTER PINT
Taylor's beer should then be served sparkling bright. It should have a good, creamy
head that forms as the beer clears from the bottom of the glass. It should be the
beer that your customers demand time and again ~ as they judge it for themselves,
savouring the taste of beer as it used to be and taking time to order another.
APPRECIATING A BETTER PINT
No other range of traditional cask ales has been awarded more prizes for excellence
than Timothy Taylor. Since 1928 Timothy Taylor's draught and bottled beers have
won over 70 national and international awards.
"Still constant in a wondrous excellence"
SHAKESPEARE Sonnet CV
ENJOYING A BETTER PINT
As you approach your favourite Taylor's hostelry, the heart races, the pace quickens.
Once through the hallowed portal, a lick of the lips anticipates the pleasure that
Waiting to order is tortured agony, and then the request, nay command, is made for
your favourite Timothy Taylor's beer.
Long, careful pulls follow with the glass placed on the tray, all but ready to be
supped. Yet, even now, a few last drops of patience must be summoned: the creamy,
foaming head beckons, the glass slowly clears from the bottom, and the cool nectar,
blessed by Bacchus, teases to be tasted.
Now it is topped up and handed to the discerning drinker who may smell, savour and
enjoy the promise - at last fulfilled.
As the joyous union of hop aroma, bitterness and malty sweetness play and linger
on the taste buds, the realisation dawns ~
IT'S TIME FOR ANOTHER!