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  • Timothy Taylor Championship Beers Freeride Jersey

Timothy Taylor Beer Freeride MTB Jersey

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Advertise your love for real ales with this superb Timothy Taylor Championship Beer freeride shirt. Okay, so that bottle in the back pocket is just printed on, but feel free to add your own for a warm afternoon ride...

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Advertise your love for real ales with this superb Timothy Taylor Championship Beer freeride shirt. Okay, so that bottle in the back pocket is just printed on, but feel free to add your own for a warm afternoon ride...

The Timothy Taylor Story...
In 1858 Timothy Taylor began brewing beer in Cook Lane in the West Riding town of Keighley. He clearly struck upon a successful formula for in 1863 he set up and built a larger brewery at Knowle Spring, where the company has remained ever since.

The superb spring water that wells up from deep under the Pennines is still used today to produce the country's best traditional cask ales.
The brewery remains in the Taylor family and is now the last independent brewery of its type left in West Yorkshire. This independence enables Taylors to survive as one of the few brewers still brewing true cask ales in the same way it has always done.

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Advertise your love for real ales with this superb Timothy Taylor Championship Beer freeride shirt. Okay, so that bottle in the back pocket is just printed on, but feel free to add your own for a warm afternoon ride...

The Timothy Taylor Story...
In 1858 Timothy Taylor began brewing beer in Cook Lane in the West Riding town of Keighley. He clearly struck upon a successful formula for in 1863 he set up and built a larger brewery at Knowle Spring, where the company has remained ever since.

The superb spring water that wells up from deep under the Pennines is still used today to produce the country's best traditional cask ales.
The brewery remains in the Taylor family and is now the last independent brewery of its type left in West Yorkshire. This independence enables Taylors to survive as one of the few brewers still brewing true cask ales in the same way it has always done.

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