Category Archives: Timothy Taylor

>In The Club Style

>Now it can be told. I’m a member of a club where men go to meet other men, and women are not allowed. There used to be dozens of these social clubs throughout the North. They were set up during … Continue reading

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>You Probably Didn’t See It Here First.

>I’m not normally one who spends time reading the planning applications in provincial newspapers. But in this week’s Keighley News was a submission from the best brewery in the world (Timothy Taylor, obviously). It was informing the Environment Agency of … Continue reading

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>It’s A Yorkshire Thing

>Here’s wishing a happy Yorkshire Day to all Tykes, home or away.

Posted in Alan Bennett, Betty's Cafe, Bothams Of Whitby, Bronte Sisters, Dry Stone Walls, Harbour Bar, Leeds Town Hall, Lishmans, Moorland, Rugby League, Timothy Taylor, Wensleydale, York Minster | 6 Comments

>The Keighley News

> Bad news for the drinkers of Keighley. The Albert, leased from Timothy Taylor by the Ossett Brewery for the last eight or so months, is back with the original owners. I say bad news, but it’s all relative – … Continue reading

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>Life Enhancing Things, Part 1

> I’m a fervent believer that spending time in a good pub, drinking good beer makes you live longer. The top picture was taken in the Boltmaker’s Arms, Keighley. I’m sat waiting for my uncle to get back from the … Continue reading

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