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Timothy Taylor Dark Mild

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Bricklayer's ArmsPutney, Greater London26 Dec 2018
The Falcon InnArncliffe, North Yorkshire30 Oct 2017
Boltmakers ArmsKeighley, West Yorkshire26 Apr 2017
Rochford Beer & Cider Festival 2015Rochford, Essex19 Nov 2015
The Thirty-Nine Steps Brewhouse (formerly The Thirty-Nine Steps Alehouse)Broadstairs, Kent08 Aug 2015
Blind Jack'sKnaresborough, North Yorkshire10 Sep 2014
Ye Olde MitreHolborn, Central London15 Jul 2014
Stalybridge Station Refreshment Rooms (Buffet Bar)Stalybridge, Greater Manchester23 Mar 2014
Three HorseshoesLeamside, Durham29 Jul 2013
Brigantes Bar & BrasserieYork, North Yorkshire13 May 2013
Burlington ArmsKeighley, West Yorkshire08 Oct 2012
The SportsmanHuddersfield, West Yorkshire05 May 2012
The Fat CatSheffield, South Yorkshire01 Oct 2011
Brown CowKeighley, West Yorkshire01 Jul 2011
Brown CowBingley, West Yorkshire01 Jul 2011
International Festival of BeerBurton upon Trent, Staffordshire11 Feb 2011
Battersea Beer Festival 2011Battersea, Greater London11 Feb 2011
West Riding Licensed Refreshment RoomsDewsbury, West Yorkshire21 May 2010
The FleeceHaworth, West Yorkshire27 Mar 2010
Great British Beer Festival 2008Earl's Court, Central London07 Aug 2008

Tasting Summary

These comments are the opinion of the individual reviewer and represent what they thought of the beer on a particular day in a particular pub. If a review is less favourable, it may be because the beer suffered somewhere in the supply chain between them and the brewery.

The Bricklayer's Arms, Putney, Greater London

Jack WilliamNot Tried26 Dec 2018

The Falcon Inn, Arncliffe, North Yorkshire

WittendenGood30 Oct 2017 Dark ruby,earthy, blackcurrants.A lovey drop of mild.

Boltmakers Arms, Keighley, West Yorkshire

ChrisENot Tried26 Apr 2017
Magnus GreelNot Tried18 Aug 2016
Philip PirripNot Tried27 May 2014
ChrisENot Tried22 Mar 2014
ChrisENot Tried27 Mar 2010

Rochford Beer & Cider Festival 2015, Rochford, Essex

Philip PirripNot Tried19 Nov 2015

The Thirty-Nine Steps Brewhouse (formerly The Thirty-Nine Steps Alehouse), Broadstairs, Kent

DosserNot Tried08 Aug 2015

Blind Jack's, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire

HSBNot Tried10 Sep 2014

Ye Olde Mitre, Holborn, Central London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried15 Jul 2014

Stalybridge Station Refreshment Rooms (Buffet Bar), Stalybridge, Greater Manchester

ChrisENot Tried23 Mar 2014
HSBNot Tried17 Jan 2014
Stephen HarrisNot Tried20 Nov 2013

Three Horseshoes, Leamside, Durham

ChrisENot Tried29 Jul 2013

Brigantes Bar & Brasserie, York, North Yorkshire

Philip PirripGood13 May 2013
McGargleNot Tried04 Jul 2011

Burlington Arms, Keighley, West Yorkshire

ChrisENot Tried08 Oct 2012

The Sportsman, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire

Martin the MildmanNot Tried05 May 2012 Rgrettably this had just run out, it was my target beer in here.
Martin the MildmanExcellent29 May 2011 Jet Black and on top form here. Smooth and chocolatey with a hint of liquorice and a good malty finish. My score 16/20.

The Fat Cat, Sheffield, South Yorkshire

BlairGood01 Oct 2011 Very quaffable mild. Light roasted flavour with a nice body to it.

Brown Cow, Keighley, West Yorkshire

ChrisEExcellent01 Jul 2011
Magnus GreelNot Tried01 Jul 2011

Brown Cow, Bingley, West Yorkshire

ChrisENot Tried01 Jul 2011
Magnus GreelNot Tried01 Jul 2011

International Festival of Beer, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire

GarryAcceptable11 Feb 2011

Battersea Beer Festival 2011, Battersea, Greater London

PedroGood11 Feb 2011

West Riding Licensed Refreshment Rooms, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire

Martin the MildmanExcellent21 May 2010 Smooth and malty with toffee and caramel flavours. Dryish finish. My score 16/20.
Magnus GreelNot Tried08 Apr 2009

The Fleece, Haworth, West Yorkshire

ChrisENot Tried27 Mar 2010
LeighExceptional13 Apr 2009 Wonderful example or a dark mild - low abv so excellent for sessions, chocolate and roast coffee notes thorughout, with a dry and moreish finish.

Great British Beer Festival 2008, Earl's Court, Central London

IanAcceptable07 Aug 2008 Very dark black with ruby hints. Thin dark beige head. OK, firstly it’s too cold. But it is a mild. It’s fine. Drinkable, not overly roasted. As a knock down drink with some flavour it’s perfect.

Timothy Taylor Dark Mild

3.50% ABV.

We have tried this beer 10 times.

We have given this beer an average score of Good to Excellent.

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