The Boy Taylor – Landlord Clone

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All grain recipe kit for a classic English Pale ale, based on Timothy Taylors Landlord


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The Boy Taylor is one of the recipes that Martin teaches at our brew days on the Grainfather. With a twist on the name of his friend Matt Taylor who he used to spend many a night sharing pints of cask beer with, its based around a certain Yorkshire brewery who brew a beer that is named after that person who runs your pub. An easy drinking English Pale Ale, with a golden amber colour. It has a scent of caramel, light fruits and roasted malt hints.

Ingredients Included

Thomas Fawcett – Golden Promise Pale Ale Malt (4250 grams)
Crisp Pale Wheat Malt (50 grams)
Crisp Black Malt (30 grams)
East Kent Goldings ( GOLDINGS ) Pellets (30 grams)
Celeia (Styrian Goldings) Pellets (70 grams)
NBS Ale Yeast 12g (1 packs)


Beer Style (main): British Ales
Beer Style (sub): Classic English-Style Pale Ale
Batch Size: 23
Original Gravity: 1.045
Final Gravity: 1.010
ABV %: 4.6
IBU: 36.7

Temperature °C: 66
Length (mins): 90
Out temp °C: 75
Out time (mins): 10

Boil time (mins): 90

Additions and timing:

90 mins – 30g EKG and 30g Celieia (Styrian Golding)
10 mins – 20g Celieia (Styrian Golding)
0 mins – 20g Celieia (Styrian Golding)

Secondary additions and timing:


Yeast: NBS Ale Yeast (Included)
Fermentation temperature/steps: 18c Pitch, raise to 20c, ferment until FG


Timothy Taylors Landlord is a classic English Pale Ale, this our clone recipe of that beer.

Additional information

Weight 5.343 kg

3 reviews for The Boy Taylor – Landlord Clone

  1. Tim Durant (verified owner)

    Lovely drop even though my mash pH was way out.
    Perfect bitterness and spot on fruity taste like the original when using Yorkshire yeast. Will be doing this again.

  2. Philip Cross (verified owner)

    This is a great reliable brew. Can’t seem to cock this up no matter what I do. I have tried with FM11 yeast and wyeast West Yorkshire and is even better, tried using hop variations like fuggles and whole hops at flame out and better still. Great value and a good starter to play with.
    The basic kit with Wyeast West Yorkshire yeast (so basically the Landlord clone kit) is very near the original and a lovely bright beer in cask or keg.

  3. Barrie Burgess (verified owner)

    loved this one, so easy to brew right the way through, needs to be in the keg for two weeks to be at its best (i couldn’t quite wait though!)

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