2017 #SheffBeerWeek Events Full List

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More events will be added over the coming weeks! Keep your eyes peeled via our Twitter & Instagram accounts too.

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Friday 10th March

Beer Farts Photo Exhibition 

Venue: Hop Hideout, 448 Abbeydale Rd. S7 1FR
Website: https://www.hophideout.co.uk
Date: From Fri 10th March
Cost: free, check website for opening hours
Travel: Buses: 10, 10a (to Sheldon Road); 75, 76, 86, 96, 97, 98, 218 (to Abbeydale Road)

Running from Friday 10th March for two months Hop Hideout welcomes beertographer Beer Farts.  With a hefty Instagram following, Beer Farts composes and shoots beer and Lego photos with fun and humour. Hop Hideout’s walls will be playing host to their commissioned birthday series and a selection of others.

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Magic Rock Brewing: Meet the Brewer

Venue: Hop Hideout, 448 Abbeydale Rd. S7 1FR.
Website: https://www.hophideout.co.uk
Date: Fri 10th March
Time: 8.30pm
Cost: £10pp, tickets online via link above
Travel: Buses: 10, 10a (to Sheldon Road); 75, 76, 86, 96, 97, 98, 218 (to Abbeydale Road)

Over the last six years Magic Rock have had grown phenomenally and had a big impact on the modern brewing scene here in the UK and abroad via their collaborations with the likes of Gigantic, Cigar City Brewing and more. Hop Hideout welcomes Magic Rock Brewing to Sheffield for this Meet the Brewer, expect some beery treats on draught for this occasion!

Saturday 11th March

Beer and Breweries of Little Sheffield

Venue: Various venues, starting at Regather, 57-59 Club Garden Rd. S11 8BU
Website: https://www.regather.net/
Date: Sat 11th March
Time: 11am – 2pm
Cost: £5pp plus boooking fee, must book tickets via Eventbrite
Travel: Buses: 20, 43, 44, 75, 76, 86, 96, 97, 98, 218 (to London Road)

Meet at 11am at Regather Works on Club Garden Road for a visit to what must be Sheffield’s smallest commercial brewery…? Then visit several of the area’s best pubs including the Beer Engine, Old Crown, Railway and Cremorne. Plus – the history of two lost local breweries: the famous Richdales ‘Rich Ales’ and Anchor Brewery of Cherry Street. Led by Brian Holmshaw of Sheaf Valley Heritage.

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Beer Report Panel & Q&A with Pete Brown, Sheffield University, Sheffield Beer Week & Marketing Sheffield

Venue: Roco, 342 Glossop Rd, Sheffield S10 2HW
Website: http://www.theroco.org/
Date: Sat 11th March
Time: 4pm to 5pm
Cost: free entry, open to those working in the beer industry. Register on Eventbrite HERE
Travel: Buses – 6 or 120 to Glossop Road / Tram – Blue/Yellow to University of Sheffield

This beer industry focused panel event will be hosted at Roco Creative Space looking to discuss key momentum topics identified via the Sheffield University commissioned ‘Beer Report’. Writer and broadcaster Pete Brown will moderate the panel discussion whilst asking panelist members from Marketing Sheffield, The University of Sheffield and Sheffield Beer Week to discuss key suggestions and share relevant news. Questions will then be taken from the audience for the last 15 minutes of the session. This is an open session for all beer industry folk working in the Sheffield City Region. It is an open, welcoming session looking to move positively forward for beer in the city region, following on from recommendations outlined in the ‘Beer Report’. From 5pm onwards please join us in the main Brood bar at Roco to celebrate our beery city for the official launch event (this will be open to the the general public via tickets – listing below. Your Beer Report ticket will include attendance to the 5pm launch event in addition).

Tickets will be released on Eventbrite, due to venue capacity figures.
This event is supported by the University of Sheffield and Marketing Sheffield.

Sheffield Beer Week Launch Event at Roco

Venue: Roco, 342 Glossop Rd, Sheffield S10 2HW
Website: http://www.theroco.org/
Date: Sat 11th March
Time: 5pm onwards
Cost: free entry, open to all, register on Eventbrite HERE
Travel: Buses – 6 or 120 to Glossop Road / Tram – Blue/Yellow to University of Sheffield

Join us from 5pm at Roco’s cafe bar Brood for this Sheffield Beer Week launch event. Roco’s new cafe bar space offers a selected range of great beers on keg and in bottle, with a number specially selected for this launch from local breweries. A perfect space to celebrate beer in our fair city. Roco creative co-op and art space is newly opened and has built up a reputation as a creative hub in Sheffield. This event is open to all.

Tickets will be released on Eventbrite, due to venue capacity figures.
This event is supported by the University of Sheffield and Marketing Sheffield.

Kit Downes & Tom Challenger Gig

Venue: Hop Hideout, 448 Abbeydale Rd. S7 1FR.
Website: https://www.hophideout.co.uk
Date: Sat 11th March
Time: 8.30pm
Cost: £10pp, tickets online via link above
Travel: Buses: 10, 10a (to Sheldon Road); 75, 76, 86, 96, 97, 98, 218 (to Abbeydale Road)

Two of the UK’s most acclaimed and innovative improvising musicians perform in the intimate space of Hop Hideout. Kit & Tom’s second album ‘Vyamanikal’ is one of Jazzwise magazine’s top 20 albums of 2016; a nuanced, minimalist treasure, documenting improvisations on old organs (often in various states of disrepair) found in local churches around Suffolk. The music was presented at Aldeburgh Music Festival as well as Manchester, London & Marsden Jazz Festivals. Kit Downes, playing here on harmonium, is a former Mercury Music Prize nominee with his piano trio, & will be recording for the legendary ECM record label in 2017.

Sample this unique, mysterious music and delve into Hop Hideout’s selection of beers. A perfect mix.

‘Kit Downes and Tom Challenger have created something far more universal, a democratic tone poem, where every imagination is invited to chart its own Suffolk landscape.’ Jazzwise Magazine

Sunday 12th March

Beer-Matched Brunch

Venue: Sentinel Brewhouse & Taproom, 178, Shoreham St. S1 4SQ.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Sentinel-Brewing-Co
Date: Sun 12th March
Time: 11am to 3pm
Cost: Free Entry, Menu £s on website
Travel: Buses: 1, 1a, 24, 25, 56 (to Shoreham Street) / Trams: Blue or Purple (to Granville Road)

Head down to Sentinel Brewhouse for an indulgent beer-matched brunch or Sunday lunch depending how hungry you feel. Ask at the bar for details on this specially paired selection celebrating Sheffield Beer Week.

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Petrus Blending

Venue: Hop Hideout, 448 Abbeydale Rd. S7 1FR.
Website: https://www.hophideout.co.uk
Date: Sun 12th March
Time: 5pm to 6.30pm
Cost: £5pp, tickets via link above
Travel: Buses: 10, 10a (to Sheldon Road); 75, 76, 86, 96, 97, 98, 218 (to Abbeydale Road)

Join Hop Hideout as they play host to Belgian brewery De Brandebere’s UK Brand Ambassador Charlie Pountney as he takes you through their core range: Petrus Aged Pale, Oud Bruin and Aged Red. This generational family brewery has recently redesigned their packaging & embraced consumer blending. You’ll find out about their history, their close connection with Michael Jackson, the UK beer writer and sample and blend their beers on the journey too. 2017 marks ten years since Michael Jackson sadly passed away; this event raises a glass of Petrus Aged Pale to him in celebration.

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Brewing Beer: Science, Art or Magic?

Venue: Sentinel Brewhouse & Taproom, 178, Shoreham St. S1 4SQ.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Sentinel-Brewing-Co
Date: Sun 12th March
Time: 7pm
Cost: £5pp, booking: www.scienceweeksy.org.uk
Travel: Buses: 1, 1a, 24, 25, 56 (to Shoreham Street) / Trams: Blue or Purple (to Granville Road)

Part of the Sheffield Festival of Science and Engineering.

Join University researchers Dr Susan Cambell (Biomolecular Sciences Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University) and Dr Daniel Allwood (Biomolecular Sciences Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University) alongside head brewer Alex Barlow for an evening of enlightened discussion. The event will include an introduction, followed by an insight into brewing chemistry with Dr Daniel Allwood, yeast and the miracle of fermentation with Dr Sue Campbell and brewing is alchemy with Alex Barlow. This will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A plus enjoy some great beers to accompany the conversation.

(Tickets are £5 per person to include a tasting flight of 4 x 1/3 pint Sentinel beers, or equivalent value wine/spirits/soft drinks).

Monday 13th March

Tapas & Beer Engine Favourite Beers Showcase

Venue: The Beer Engine, 17 Cemetery Road, S11 8FJ GB.
Website: http://www.beerenginesheffield.com/
Date: Mon 13th March
Time: Check website for opening hours
Cost: Free entry
Travel:
Regular 2-4-1 service on food accompanied by an extra special beer line up from the Beer Engine crews’ favourite breweries from across the country.

Sheffield Pub Heritage Walk

Venue: Multiple locations. Meet at Fagans Pub, 69 Broad Ln, Sheffield S1 4BS
Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sheffield-pub-heritage-walk-tickets-29433300795 
Date: Mon 13th March
Time: 5.30pm (finish time estimated 7.30pm)
Cost: £2.50pp, tickets link on Eventbrite link above
Travel: Buses: 6, 51, 52, 52a, 95, 120, 271 (to West Street)

Dave Pickersgill (author of the ebook, ‘History of the Worksop and Retford Brewery’ and Pub Heritage Officer for Sheffield CAMRA) will host this short walking tour around some of the entries in the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) ‘Yorkshire’s Real Heritage Pubs’ book. Also included are a number of ‘try also’ pubs which include aspects of architectural merit.

Route: commence at ‘Fagans’ and proceed to the ‘Dog and Partridge’ via a short stop outside the ‘Grapes.’ After a short refreshment break, we will proceed past the ‘Red Deer’ and ‘Bloo88,’ before completing the walk at ‘The Bath Hotel.’

(Note: If you book a place and then find that you are unable to attend, please use Eventbrite to cancel your place).

Blue Bee Tap Takeover

Venue: The Red Deer, 18 Pitt Street, Sheffield. S1 4DD
Website: http://www.red-deer-sheffield.co.uk/
Date: Mon 13th March
Time: 6pm to 8pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus to mid West Street 6, 10, 10a, 51, 52, 120, 271 / Tram: Blue or Yellow trams to West Street

Sheffield Brewery, Blue Bee, take over the taps at The Red Deer, look out for their ‘Brewers Pulling Pints’.

The Real Junk Food Project x Sentinel Brewhouse Meal

Venue: Sentinel Brewhouse & Taproom, 178, Shoreham St. S1 4SQ.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Sentinel-Brewing-Co
Date: Mon 13th March
Time: 7pm
Cost: £5pp tickets via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/trjfp-sheffield-x-sentinel-brewhouse-sheffbeerweek-special-tickets-30985446304
Travel: Buses: 1, 1a, 24, 25, 56 (to Shoreham Street) / Trams: Blue or Purple (to Granville Road)

For this month’s event, The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield and Sentinel Brewhouse have teamed up to kickstart #sheffbeerweek in the best way possible…four tantalising courses paired with the finest craft beers made by Sentinel’s on site brewery.

Learn more about The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield from its directors and enjoy a truly tasty pay-as-you-feel meal! Each £5.00 ticket guarantees you a place at the event, with 4 x ⅓ pints of Sentinel’s craft beers paired by the owner Alex Barlow included. The 4 courses are available to all on a pay-as-you-feel basis. Discounted drinks will also be available at the bar all night. Tickets are limited to a max of 4 per group and per booking. For further detail head HERE.

Beery Quiz at the Riverside

Venue: Riverside, 1 Mowbray Street, S3 8EN
Website: http://www.riversidesheffield.co.uk
Date: Mon 13th March
Time: 7pm register (7.30pm start)
Travel: Buses: 7, 8 (to Mowbray Street) / Tram: Blue, Purple or Yellow (to Castle Square)

Kick off your beer week with this beer themed quiz hosted by Richard from the Neepsend brewery. Free entry and a half time snacks from the Riverside crew, aren’t they nice. Quizzing and food, yum!

Tuesday 14th March

Welbeck ‘Black Magic’ Beer Launch

Venue: Portland House, 286 Ecclesall Rd. S11 8PE
Website: http://www.theportlandhouse.co.uk/
Date: Tues 14th March
Time: Check website for opening hours
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses: 65, 81, 82, 83, 83a, 88, 272 (to Ecclesall Road)

Welbeck Abbey’s micropub Portland House will be launching their ‘Black Magic’ porter made with black spiced rum on Tuesday. Very limited cask special on the bar, while stocks last.

 

Sentinel Brew-vie Tuesday Presents ‘Beer Tickers’ Film

Venue: Sentinel Brewhouse & Taproom, 178, Shoreham St. S1 4SQ.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Sentinel-Brewing-Co
Date: Tues 14th March
Time: 7pm
Cost: Free Entry
Travel: Buses: 1, 1a, 24, 25, 56 (to Shoreham Street) / Trams: Blue or Purple (to Granville Road)

Sentinel Brewhouse host their film-tastic Tuesday night sessions with a beer-focused documentary film ‘Beer Tickers’. Meet the Director and brewers with Phil Parkin, Dave (Steel City Brewing) and hopefully Gazza (Hopcraft Brewery).

Elusive & Siren Craft Brew

Venue: Hop Hideout, 448 Abbeydale Rd. S7 1FR.
Website: https://www.hophideout.co.uk
Date: Tues 14th March
Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £10pp, tickets online via link above
Travel: Buses: 10, 10a (to Sheldon Road); 75, 76, 86, 96, 97, 98, 218 (to Abbeydale Road)

Both Elusive Brewing and Siren have both individually held Meet the Brewer events at Hop Hideout. So…. as a special for Sheffield Beer Week the two neighbours and good friends Elusive and Siren have joined forces to host this collaboration event! Expect some special collaboration beers on the evening too.

The Beer InQuizition

Venue: The Red Deer, 18 Pitt Street, Sheffield. S1 4DD
Website: http://www.red-deer-sheffield.co.uk/
Date: Tues 14th March
Time: 8.30pm
Cost: £1pp
Travel: Bus to mid West Street 6, 10, 10a, 51, 52, 120, 271 / Tram: Blue or Yellow trams to West Street

Head to a beer inspired quiz at The Red Deer to welcome in your Tuesday night of Sheffield Beer Week ‘InQuizition’ style!

Wednesday 15th March

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Beavertown Brewery, Tap Takeover & Meet the Brewer

Venue: The Hallamshire House, 49 Commonside, Sheffield S10 1GF
Website: http://www.myhallamshire.co.uk/
Date: Wed 15th March
Time: 5pm
Cost: Free entry – register for MtB here > Eventbrite
Travel: Bus – 95 (to Barber Road/Commonside)

Everyone’s favourite London brewery Beavertown will be heading to The Hallamshire House for an epic Tap Takeover. All Beavertown beers will go live at 5pm. To get more of an insight into the company and there awesome beers they will also be hosting a FREE meet the brewer & tasting. This will be FREE for the first 25 customers who register. Keep your eyes peeled on Eventbrite to sign up for this event.

Tasting the Past: Unearthing the Chemistry of Medieval Beer

update 15/03/17 (Event Cancelled Due to Unforeseen Circumstances)

Venue: The Red Deer, 18 Pitt Street, Sheffield. S1 4DD
Website: http://www.red-deer-sheffield.co.uk/
Date: Wed 15th March
Time: 5.30pm
Cost: free entry
Travel: Bus to mid West Street 6, 10, 10a, 51, 52, 120, 271 / Tram: Blue or Yellow trams to West Street

 

Acorn Tap Takeover

Venue: New Barrack Tavern, 601 Penistone Rd, Sheffield. S6 2GA
Website: http://newbarracktavern.com/
Date: Wed 15th March
Time: 7pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses: to Penistone Road 7, 8, 86 / tram: Yellow tram to Bamforth Street.

Join the New Barrack Tavern from 7pm as they host Acorn brewers for this tap takeover. Beer related quiz on the evening to join in the fun head down and sign  up at the bar.

Recreating Historic Beer Styles with Martyn Cornell

Venue: Sentinel Brewhouse & Taproom, 178, Shoreham St. S1 4SQ.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Sentinel-Brewing-Co
Date: Wed 15th March
Time: 7pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses: 1, 1a, 24, 25, 56 (to Shoreham Street) / Trams: Blue or Purple (to Granville Road)

Join renowned beer historian Martyn Cornell and Sentinel’s Alex Barlow, as they discuss recreating historic beer styles.

Beer & Cheese Matching at Portland House

Venue: Portland House, 286 Ecclesall Rd. S11 8PE
Website: http://www.theportlandhouse.co.uk/
Date: Wed 15th March
Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £20pp, tickets tba on Eventbrite
Travel: Buses: 65, 81, 82, 83, 83a, 88, 272 (to Ecclesall Road)

An evening of beer and cheese with Claire Monk, Head Brewer at Welbeck Abbey Brewery.

Beer & Cheese Tasting at Trippets

Venue: Trippets, 89 Trippet Ln, Sheffield. S1 4EL
Website: http://www.trippetsloungebar.co.uk/
Date: Wed 15th March
Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £25pp, book place in advance at venue
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In collaboration with Porter Brook Deli and The Brew Foundation, join the duo alongside Trippets as they host this beer and cheese tasting evening.

Stancill Brewery Evening of Beers

Venue: Horse & Jockey, 250 Wadsley Ln, Sheffield S6 4EF
Website: https://www.facebook.com/horsejockeyS6/
Date: Wed 15th March
Time: 8pm
Cost: £10pp, email katy@stancillbrewery.co.uk to reserve a space
Travel: Bus 57, 61, 62 to Worrall Road/Laird Road junction

This event will showcase Stancill’s entire range at their tap pub the Horse & Jockey. Join the team on this mid-week beer evening and tasting. Book in advance at the pub or email Katy on the email details listed above to reserve your place.

Mad Hatter Meet the Brewer

Venue: Brewdog, 5-6, Eldon Court, 108-110 Devonshire St. S3 7SF.
Website: https://www.brewdog.com/bars/uk/sheffield
Date: Wed 15th March
Time: From 8pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: buses: Blue or Yellow tram to West Street / tram: Buses to West Street 6/10/10a/51/52/120/271

Sheffield Brewdog join forces with Liverpool’s Mad Hatter Brewing to showcase their beers during the beer week. With six keg lines dedicated to the brewery and eight beers coming on through the week. On Wednesday one of the brewers will be at Brewdog to talk all things Mad Hatter. Ask at the bar, as this will be an informal MtB session.

Thursday 16th March

White Lion Beer Festival

Venue:  The White Lion, 615 London Rd. S2 4HT
Website: http://www.whitelionsheffield.co.uk/
Date: Thurs 16th March
Time: check website for opening hours
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses: 10, 10a, 20, 24, 25, 43, 43a, 44, X17

The White Lion recently celebrated two years of ownership by Jon and Mandy and they’ll be joining in with Sheffield Beer Week with a mini festival over the weekend, including live music and a  Meet The Brewer event with Edd Entwhistle of Hopjacker (Friday). The festival will include beers from across the length of the country but will also feature a four way collaborative brew from Little Critters, Hopjacker, Hop Hideout and The White Lion.

Wild Beer Co, Tap Takeover & Meet the Brewer

Venue: The Bath Hotel, 66-68 Victoria St. S3 7QL
Website: http://www.beerinthebath.co.uk/
Date: Thurs 16th March
Time: TTO 5pm, MtB 8pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses: 6, 10, 10a, 51, 52, 52a, 95, 120, 271 (to Glossop Road) / Tram: Blue or Yellow (to University of Sheffield)

The Bath hotel will welcome one of the UK’s most loved breweries, Wild Beer Co. They will be taking over the taps and hosting a Meet the Brewer evening. Beers will be available from 5pm for anybody to come and try at their own leisure, staff from Wild Beer Co will be on site to chat throughout the evening. At 8pm there will be a Meet the Brewer and tasting. This will be a super informal tasting of some special Wild Beer Co brews. No need to sign up, Just turn up on the evening for a good old chat with the Wild Beer Co team.

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Yellow Belly Tap Takeover, Meet The Brewer & Designer

Venue: Sentinel Brewhouse & Taproom, 178, Shoreham St. S1 4SQ.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Sentinel-Brewing-Co
Date: Thurs 16th March
Time: TTO 5pm-6pm, Meet the Brewer & Designer from 6pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses: 1, 1a, 24, 25, 56 (to Shoreham Street) / Trams: Blue or Purple (to Granville Road)

From 5pm YellowBelly Beer are landing at Sheffield Beer Week on Thursday March 16th for their first full-scale tap takeover of the year at Sentinel Brewery’s Taphouse, bringing a cracking line up of their beers on draught and cask, some of which will be brewed specifically for the event.

Meet the Brewer / Designer: 6pm.

This double header event will see the two men at the creative heart of YellowBelly Beer talking about how they go about creating a beer, from start, to finish.

Declan Nixon, Head Brewer, YellowBelly Beer.
Since joining the team to launch the brewery 2 years ago, Dec has created over 90 beers and won many awards for his creative brews. He brings a depth of knowledge about every aspect of the brewing process, along with an increasing knowledge on barrel ageing and mixed fermentations. Hear him chatting about helping to create one of Ireland’s much loved beer brands and building a brewery from the ground up, from a 200l to a 6000l system.

Paul Reck, Designer, YellowBelly Beer.
From the initial logo, to award-winning label artwork, to a tie-in video game, YellowBelly Beer’s designer Paul Reck has also been with the brewery from the beginning and knows how to build a brand. Listen to Paul chat about his inspirations, techniques and getting noticed in a rapidly expanding industry.

Abbeydale Brewery Launch Brewers Emporium

Venue: The Devonshire Cat, 49 Wellington St, S1 4HG
Website: http://www.devonshirecat.co.uk/
Date: Thurs 16th March
Time: 5pm onwards
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus any buses to West Street or Moorfoot / Tram – Blue/Yellow to West Street

Join Abbeydale Brewery on their launch night of the new Brewers Emporium range at the Devonshire Cat – all night until 2am. Following on from the success of their first core keg beer, Heathen, their brewers have had their creativity unleashed and created a new range with the same modern, innovative feel. All small batches and limited quantity (except Heathen which will continue to be available permanently) and packed full of delicious ingredients. They’ll have five of these beers available on the night across both cask and keg, along with an exhibition of the artwork created by James Murphy.

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Aberdeen versus London: Fierce x Fourpure Showdown

Venue: The Beer Engine, 17 Cemetery Road, S11 8FJ GB.
Website: http://www.beerenginesheffield.com/
Date: Thurs 16th March
Time: 5pm
Cost: Free entry
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The Beer Engine play host, meeting inn the middle, with this North (Aberdeen) versus South (London) brewery showdown event. Fierce Brewery from Aberdeen and Fourpure from London with both showcase four keg beers apiece, with each beer being paired alongside a tapas dish. Fourpure will be launching a new beer at the event featuring at a brand new Bairds’ malt.
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North Brewing Co Meet the Brewer

Venue: Head of Steam, 103-107 Norfolk Street, S1 2JE.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/HOS.Sheffield/
Date: Thurs 16th March
Time: 7pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Tram to Cathedral – blue/yellow

It’s Tap Takeover time! Find a great selection of North Brewing Co. beers on sale for Sheffield Beer Week (13th – 19th March)…cask, keg and more.

The join the team from North Brewing Co. on Thursday 16th March from 7pm to learn more about their brewery and sample some beers too.

Meet the Brewer & Tap Takeover with The Brew Foundation

Venue: Railway Hotel, 184 Bramall Lane. S2 4RF
Date: Thurs 16th March
Time: 7pm
Cost: Free entry
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Meet the Brewer with James from Sheffield’s The Brew Foundation at the Railway Hotel. Free entry or buy a ticket from the bar in advance for £5 and get two free pints on the night.

Brooklyn Brewery Big Bottle Tasting

Venue: Riverside, 1 Mowbray Street, S3 8EN
Website: http://www.riversidesheffield.co.uk
Date: Thurs 16th March
Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £15pp plus booking Tickets Eventbrite
Travel: Buses: 7, 8 (to Mowbray Street) / Tram: Blue, Purple or Yellow (to Castle Square)

Join the Riverside and Brooklyn’s UK brand ambassador as they host this big bottle tasting. You’ll sample some of Brooklyn’s best loved beers, as well as some rare quarterly experiments. In addition, ticket holders can take advantage of a 20% discount on burgers and beers on the night.

Omnipollo Night

Venue: Shakespeares, Gibraltar Street. S3 8UB
Website: http://www.shakespeares-sheffield.co.uk/
Date: Thur 16th March
Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £17pp tickets Shakespeares & Beer Central
Travel: Bus: 31, 31a, 57, 81, 82, 85, 86 (to Gibraltar Street) / Tram: Blue or Yellow (to Shalesmoor)

 

Well, Sheffield Beer Week is approaching fast, a fantastic beery week across the city with so many events to attend. Every year Beer Central and Shakespeares team up for a top night of amazing beer and 2017 is no exception. How do you fancy an Omnipollo night? Yeah, thought you did!! Six Beers (3 classics plus 3 totally new beers into the UK) plus a lovely night listening to Adam and Sean rambling on about the Swedish maestros. Beer list on FB event page.

Half Moon Meet the Brewer

Venue: Kelham Island Tavern, 62 Russell street , Kelham Island. S3 8RW
Website: https://www.facebook.com/kelhamislandtavern
Date: Thur 16th March
Time: 8pm
Cost: Free entry
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Join York’s Half Moon Brewery  at ale institution Kelham Island Tavern for this informal meet the brewer session and try some tasty beers whilst you’re there too!

Wantsum Brewery Meet the Brewer

Venue: Hillsborough hotel
Date : 16th March
Time : 8pm
Cost : Free entry
Travel: Blue tram (Malin Bridge) or Yellow tram (Middlewood) and ask to get of at Langsett Primrose view

Join the Hillsborough Hotel as they play host to Simon Sandy Hindmarch, Head brewer, Wantsum Brewery, Canterbury. The brewery will be showcasing their beers from Tuesday 14th (check details in our Week Long events list). On the Thursday to coincide with the meet the brewer event, all Wantsum Brewery beers will be £2.50 pt from 8-10pm. You lucky folk!

CAMRA’s Steel City Beer Festival Awards Presentations

Venue: The Bath Hotel, 66-68 Victoria St. S3 7QL.
Website: http://www.beerinthebath.co.uk/
Date: Thurs 16th March
Time: 8pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses: 6, 10, 10a, 51, 52, 52a, 95, 120, 271 (to Glossop Road) / Tram: Blue or Yellow (to University of Sheffield)

Sheffield CAMRA head to the Bath Hotel to present award certificates to breweries who won their ‘beers of the festival’ from October 2016’s Steel City Beer & Cider Festival.

Friday 17th March

White Lion Beer Festival

Venue:  The White Lion, 615 London Rd. S2 4HT
Website: http://www.whitelionsheffield.co.uk/
Date: Fri 17th March
Time: check website for opening hours. Mtb 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus 10, 10a, 20, 24, 25, 43, 43a, 44, X17

The White Lion recently celebrated two years of ownership by Jon and Mandy and they’ll be joining in with Sheffield Beer Week with a mini festival over the weekend, including live music and a  Meet The Brewer event with Edd Entwhistle of Hopjacker (Friday – times above). The festival will include beers from across the length of the country but will also feature a four way collaborative brew from Little Critters, Hopjacker, Hop Hideout and The White Lion.

 

Five Points Tap Takeover

Venue: The Broadfield, 452 Abbeydale Road. S7 1FR  T: 0114 2550200
Date: Fri 17th – Sun 19th March
Time: Check venue website for opening hours
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses: 10, 10a (to Sheldon Road); 75, 76, 86, 96, 97, 98, 218 (to Abbeydale Road)

The Broadfield Ale House, Abbeydale Road, play hosts to the Five Points Brewing Company from Hackney, London. Tuck into Five Points brews from Friday, the 17th through Sunday, the 19th of March and enjoy the ambiance of one of Sheffield’s most glorious pubs. There will be all of the Five Points range in cask & keg available with some rarities such as London Smoke in keg & XPA in cask.  The brewery team will be on hand Friday and Saturday evenings for beery chats and there will be Five Points prizes to win in a ‘beat the brewer’ contest. The tap takeover also extends to the food menu too where there will be a selection of delicious Five Points Pies available! So come on down to The Broadfield for beery fun times.

To Øl Showcase 

Venue: The Beer Engine, 17 Cemetery Road, S11 8FJ GB.
Website: http://www.beerenginesheffield.com/
Date: Fri 17th March
Time: 12noon onwards
Cost: Free entry
Travel:
Danish brewery To Øl are the focus for the Beer Engine for this complete tap takeover. Eight To Øl keg beers will be available alongside an extra special tapas menu pairing each of the draught beers. The beer range includes brews from the ‘The Usual Suspects’ range, new Totem Passion Fruit and Sur Sorachi-Ace.

Hops Quiz

Venue: The Wellington
Website: https://www.facebook.com/thewellingtonsheffield
Date: Fri 17th March
Time: 12 noon to 2pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Tram to Shalesmoor blue and yellow service

Richard from Neepsend Brewery will be on hand with samples of different hop varieties, with a chance to match the hops to the beer you are drinking, and to talk all things hop. All over a pint or two, of course!

Beer Alive Beer Festival

Venue: IceSheffield
Date: Fri 17th March
Time: 3pm to 11pm
Cost: £7pp + booking fee tickets online HERE
Travel: Tram: Yellow (to Arena)
Head up to IceSheffield to enjoy the Society of Independent Brewers Beer Alive festival of beer. Visitors will be able to enjoy SIBA’s 64 Gold ‘cask’ award winners and winning bottles and cans all under one roof. SIBA will also judge their national craft keg awards in Sheffield a few days before BeerX opens its doors, so there will be a huge array of craft beer offering all sorts of different flavours, strengths and styles for you to try over the weekend. There will be street food traders to try and great live music and Six Nations rugby coverage.

CAMRA’s Steel City Beer Festival Awards Presentations

Venue: Rutland Arms, 86 Brown Street, S1 2BS
Website: https://www.facebook.com/rutland.arms
Date: Fri 17th March
Time: 4pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses 6, 18, 56, 85, 218, 272 (to Furnival Street/Brown Street) / Trams Purple, Blue (to Sheffield Station)

Sheffield CAMRA head to the Rutland to present award certificates to breweries who won their ‘beers of the festival’ from October 2016’s Steel City Beer & Cider Festival.

Weird Beard TTO & Meet the Brewer

Venue: Shakespeares, Gibraltar Street. S3 8UB
Website: http://www.shakespeares-sheffield.co.uk/
Date: Fri 17th March
Time: 5pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: buses: to Gibraltar Street 57/61/62/81/82/85/86

To celebrate Sheffield Beer Week Weird Beard brewery are coming to join the party with a full tap takeover of casks and kegs and an opportunity to meet the brewer at Shakespeares on Gibraltar Street. View the cask and keg list online HERE.

True North Brew Co Tap Session

Venue: True North Brew Co.,47 Eldon Street. S1 4GY (behind The Forum)
Website: http://www.truenorthbrewco.uk/
Date: Fri 17th March
Time: 5pm to 11pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
True North Brew Co will open their brewery for a Sheffield Beer Week tap session. Expect True North favourites on keg and cask as well as a limited edition Earl Grey English IPA.

Sheffield Ale Trails Website Launch 

Venue: Rutland Arms, 86 Brown Street, S1 2BS
Website: https://www.facebook.com/rutland.arms
Date: Fri 17th March
Time: 5pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses 6, 18, 56, 85, 218, 272 (to Furnival Street/Brown Street) / Trams Purple, Blue (to Sheffield Station)

Sheffield & District CAMRA branch will be demonstrating their new ‘Ale Trails’ website. The website will be an ongoing project to show a number of trails around Sheffield’s finest pubs. Regular additions of new trails throughout the year will be supported by a full printed leaflet in Autumn. Website visitors will also be able to register to receive updates which will enter them in a draw to win a free guided night out around Sheffield for 2 including meals.

Full details will be on the Sheffield CAMRA Website from 17th March. www.sheffieldcamra.org.uk

Beer & Food Masterclass

Venue: Sentinel Brewhouse & Taproom, 178, Shoreham St. S1 4SQ.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Sentinel-Brewing-Co
Date: Fri 17th March
Time: 7pm
Cost: £40pp, 4 courses & beer pairings
Travel: Buses: 1, 1a, 24, 25, 56 (to Shoreham Street) / Trams: Blue or Purple (to Granville Road)

Alex Barlow, Sentinel Master Brewer and Beer Academy Chief Sommelier Examiner will host this beer and food masterclass with a four course beer matched menu. An evening celebrating the great partnership of beer and food.

Saturday 18th March

White Lion Beer Festival

Venue:  The White Lion, 615 London Rd. S2 4HT
Website: http://www.whitelionsheffield.co.uk/
Date: Sat 18th March
Time: check website for opening hours
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus 10, 10a, 20, 24, 25, 43, 43a, 44, X17

The White Lion recently celebrated two years of ownership by Jon and Mandy and they’ll be joining in with Sheffield Beer Week with a mini festival over the weekend, including live music and a  Meet The Brewer event with Edd Entwhistle of Hopjacker (Friday). The festival will include beers from across the length of the country but will also feature a four way collaborative brew from Little Critters, Hopjacker, Hop Hideout and The White Lion.

Five Points Tap Takeover

Venue: The Broadfield, 452 Abbeydale Road. S7 1FR  T: 0114 2550200
Date: Fri 17th – Sun 19th March
Time: Check venue website for opening hours
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses: 10, 10a (to Sheldon Road); 75, 76, 86, 96, 97, 98, 218 (to Abbeydale Road)

The Broadfield Ale House, Abbeydale Road, play hosts to the Five Points Brewing Company from Hackney, London. Tuck into Five Points brews from Friday, the 17th through Sunday, the 19th of March and enjoy the ambiance of one of Sheffield’s most glorious pubs. There will be all of the Five Points range in cask & keg available with some rarities such as London Smoke in keg & XPA in cask.  The brewery team will be on hand Friday and Saturday evenings for beery chats and there will be Five Points prizes to win in a ‘beat the brewer’ contest. The tap takeover also extends to the food menu too where there will be a selection of delicious Five Points Pies available! So come on down to The Broadfield for beery fun times.

Beer and Breweries of Neepsend

Venue: Various venues, starting at Sheffield Brewery Co, Albyn Works. S3 8BZ
Website: http://www.sheffieldbrewery.com/
Date: Sat 18th March
Time: 12 – 3pm
Cost: £5pp plus boooking fee, must book tickets via Eventbrite
Travel: Bus: 7, 8 (to Neepsend Lane Outbound, Percy Street inbound) / Tram: Blue or Yellow (to Shalesmoor)
A Three Brewery extravaganza. Meet 12 noon at Albyn Works – the home of Sheffield Brewery Company for a history tour of the pubs and breweries of Neepsend: Sheffield’s own brewing quarter. These include Neepsend Brewery, the Gardeners Arms and Little Critters Brewery.

Neepsend Brewery Open Afternoon

Venue: Neepsend Brewery, Unit 1-3 Lion Works, Mowbray Street, Sheffield S3 8EN
Website: https://www.facebook.com/neepsendbrewco/
Date: Sat 18th March
Time: 12pm
Cost: free entry
Travel: Bus: 7, 8 (to Neepsend Lane Outbound, Percy Street inbound) / Tram: Blue or Yellow (to Shalesmoor)

On Saturday 18th along with being a stop-off for the ‘Beers & Breweries of Neepsend’ walk listed above, Neepsend Brew Co will be hosting a collaboration brew with the Sheff Uni Real Ale Society. Whilst the brew day is going on, the brewery will be open for visitors to pop in.

True North Brew Co Tap Session

Venue: True North Brew Co.,47 Eldon Street. S1 4GY (behind The Forum)
Website: http://www.truenorthbrewco.uk/
Date: Sat 18th March
Time: 12pm to 11pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
True North Brew Co will open their brewery for a Sheffield Beer Week tap session. Expect True North favourites on keg and cask as well as a limited edition Earl Grey English IPA.

Regather Open Day

Venue: Regather, 57-59 Club Garden Rd. S11 8BU
Website: https://www.regather.net/
Date: Sat 18th March
Time: 12pm onwards
Cost: free entry
Travel: Buses: 20, 43, 44, 75, 76, 86, 96, 97, 98, 218 (to London Road)

Regather Brewery will be opening their doors, giving you the chance to come view their brewery and taste their beers. This is a rare opportunity to come along and drink the wide variety of Regather beers outside of their gigs and events schedule.

Six Nations & Craft Beer Showcase

Venue: The Red Deer, 18 Pitt Street, Sheffield. S1 4DD
Website: http://www.red-deer-sheffield.co.uk/
Date: Sat 18th March
Time: Check website for opening hours
Cost: free entry
Travel: bus to mid West Street 6, 10, 10a, 51, 52, 120, 271 / tram: Blue or Yellow trams to West Street

Head to the upstairs bar at the Red Deer to watch the Six Nations rugby plus indulge in their craft beer offering.

Cavendish Beer Festival 

Venue: DINA Venue, 32 Cambridge Street, S1 4HP Sheffield
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/233537260425349/
Date: Sat 18th March
Time: 2pm to 11pm
Cost: General admission – £6 / VIP admission – £12 (VIP including designated seating area and food. Limited availability). All admissions will receive a free Cavendish Beer Festival glass (subject to availability).
Travel: tbc

Exit 33 Brewing are helping to stage a charity beer festival in association with Sheffield Hallam University students.

Cavendish Beer Festival is a student managed event that aims to promote craft beers and local music to the community in Sheffield in support of local charity Cavendish Cancer Care.  Cavendish Cancer Care is a Sheffield charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for those living with cancer by providing care to local people and their families. Make the Cavendish Beer Festival part of your St Patrick’s weekend celebrations.

Kissmeyer Beer Tap Takeover & Meet The Brewer

Venue: Sentinel Brewhouse & Taproom, 178, Shoreham St. S1 4SQ.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Sentinel-Brewing-Co
Date: Sat 18th March
Time: 6.30pm
Cost: £6pp, inc beer samples
Travel: Buses: 1, 1a, 24, 25, 56 (to Shoreham Street) / Trams: Blue or Purple (to Granville Road)

Join this Danish brewery Kissmeyer Beer as they take over the taps at Sentinel Brewhouse. Expect to sample Sentinel and Kissmeyer’s existing sour beer collaboration RRG: Rhubarb Rosehip Gose, 3.4% and the first cask of their new collab KiS: Kissmeyer india Saison, 6% an IPA / Saison hybrid with orange peel and blossom honey.

Kissmeyer Beer Dinner

Venue: Sentinel Brewhouse & Taproom, 178, Shoreham St. S1 4SQ.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Sentinel-Brewing-Co
Date: Sat 18th March
Time: 8pm
Cost: £50pp, 4 course beer-matched menu
Travel: Buses: 1, 1a, 24, 25, 56 (to Shoreham Street) / Trams: Blue or Purple (to Granville Road)

This Kissmeyer beer dinner will take you on a delicious four course beer-matched journey and will include samples of very limited edition beers, not otherwise available in the UK. A perfect and indulgent way to enjoy Saturday night during Sheffield Beer Week.

Closing Party: Island Records x Plenty Vibes with Kiko Bun DJ Set 

Venue: Picture House Social, 383 Abbeydale Road. S7 1FS.
Website: http://picture-house-social.com
Date: Sat 18th March
Time: 8pm to 3am
Cost: Free entry
Buses: to Abbeydale Picture House 75, 76, 85, 86, 97, 98, 218

Join us at Picture House Social for this Closing Party event with Island Records’ signing Kiko Bun hosting a DJ set alongside in-house selector Ashley Plenty. Bringing the sunshine to the underground with rhythmic soaked Reggae influenced sounds. We’re playing his ‘This is England ’90’  featured soundtrack remake of Toots and The Maytals’ ‘54-46 on repeat here at Sheff Beer Week HQ!

Sunday 19th March

White Lion Beer Festival

Venue:  The White Lion, 615 London Rd. S2 4HT
Website: http://www.whitelionsheffield.co.uk/
Date: Sun 19th March
Time: check website for opening hours
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus 10, 10a, 20, 24, 25, 43, 43a, 44, X17

The White Lion recently celebrated two years of ownership by Jon and Mandy and they’ll be joining in with Sheffield Beer Week with a mini festival over the weekend, including live music and a  Meet The Brewer event with Edd Entwhistle of Hopjacker (Friday). The festival will include beers from across the length of the country but will also feature a four way collaborative brew from Little Critters, Hopjacker, Hop Hideout and The White Lion.

 

Five Points Tap Takeover

Venue: The Broadfield, 452 Abbeydale Road. S7 1FR  T: 0114 2550200
Date: Fri 17th – Sun 19th March
Time: Check venue website for opening hours
Cost: Free entry

The Broadfield Ale House, Abbeydale Road, play hosts to the Five Points Brewing Company from Hackney, London. Tuck into Five Points brews from Friday, the 17th through Sunday, the 19th of March and enjoy the ambiance of one of Sheffield’s most glorious pubs. There will be all of the Five Points range in cask & keg available with some rarities such as London Smoke in keg & XPA in cask.  The brewery team will be on hand Friday and Saturday evenings for beery chats and there will be Five Points prizes to win in a ‘beat the brewer’ contest. The tap takeover also extends to the food menu too where there will be a selection of delicious Five Points Pies available! So come on down to The Broadfield for beery fun times.

Irish Craft Beer Showcase

Venue: Brewdog, 5-6, Eldon Court, 108-110 Devonshire St. S3 7SF.
Website: https://www.brewdog.com/bars/uk/sheffield
Date: Fri 17th March
Time: check opening hours on website
Travel: buses: Blue or Yellow tram to West Street / tram: Buses to West Street 6/10/10a/51/52/120/271

Sheffield Brewdog will the showcasing Irish craft beer breweries Boundary, Yellow Belly Beer, Kennegar, White Hag and Wicklow Wolf from Friday March 17th in this second tap takeover of Sheffield Beer Week. Get yourself down to try some great independent Irish beer.

Beer Alive Beer Festival

Venue: IceSheffield
Date: Sun 19th March
Time: 12pm to 5pm
Cost: £7pp + booking fee tickets online HERE
Travel:
Head up to IceSheffield to enjoy the Society of Independent Brewers Beer Alive festival of beer. Visitors will be able to enjoy SIBA’s 64 Gold ‘cask’ award winners and winning bottles and cans all under one roof. SIBA will also judge their national craft keg awards in Sheffield a few days before BeerX opens its doors, so there will be a huge array of craft beer offering all sorts of different flavours, strengths and styles for you to try over the weekend. There will be street food traders to try and great live music and Six Nations rugby coverage.

Beer-Matched Brunch

Venue: Sentinel Brewhouse & Taproom, 178, Shoreham St. S1 4SQ.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Sentinel-Brewing-Co
Date: Sun 19th March
Time: 11am to 3pm
Cost: Free Entry, Menu £s on website
Travel: Buses: 1, 1a, 24, 25, 56 (to Shoreham Street) / Trams: Blue or Purple (to Granville Road)

Head down to Sentinel Brewhouse for an indulgent beer-matched brunch or Sunday lunch depending how hungry you feel. Ask at the bar for details on this specially paired selection celebrating Sheffield Beer Week.

Karma Citra – Clwb Tropicana

Venue: The Greystones
Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/clwb-tropicana-beer-dinner-tickets-32464185252
Date: Sunday 19th March
Time: 3pm
Cost: £15

Description: Karma Citra meets everyone’s favourite Welsh breweries for an afternoon of beer & food at The Greystones in celebration of Sheffield Beer Week. The afternoon will consist of FIVE incredible beers from Tiny Rebel including THREE of their new canned range! Alongside the beer you will be stuffed full of Caribbean style food, in keeping with the theme of CLWB TROPICANA. Come down for a tropical afternoon filled with good beer, good food & great company!

Devonshire Cat Cheese Club

Venue: The Devonshire Cat, 49 Wellington St, S1 4HG
Website: http://www.devonshirecat.co.uk/
Date: Sun 19th March
Time: 5pm
Cost: £12pp tickets can be purchased at the bar or jack@devonshirecat.co.uk, purchase tickets in house or call 0114 279 6700

The Devonshire Cat’s new monthly ‘Cheese Club’ falls in Sheffield Beer Week. Join them as they take 4 beers from one brewery and combine them each with a cheese pairing in a cosy, casual atmosphere to wave goodbye to the weekly graft.

Portland House Quiz

Venue: Portland House, 286 Ecclesall Rd. S11 8PE
Website: http://www.theportlandhouse.co.uk/
Date: Sun 19th March
Time: 6pm
Cost: £1pp, head to venue and pay on the night

Portland House play host to their quiz night and will be adding beery topics to highlight Sheffield Beer Week celebrations.

 

Week Long events

Beer Farts Photo Exhibition 

Venue: Hop Hideout, 448 Abbeydale Rd. S7 1FR
Website: https://www.hophideout.co.uk
Date: From Fri 10th
Time: check website for opening hours
Cost: free
Travel: Buses: 10, 10a (to Sheldon Road); 75, 76, 86, 96, 97, 98, 218 (to Abbeydale Road)

Running from Friday 10th March for two months Hop Hideout welcomes beertographer Beer Farts.  With a hefty Instagram following, Beer Farts composes and shoots beer and Lego photos with fun and humour. Hop Hideout’s walls will be playing host to their commissioned birthday series and a selection of others.

Riverside CAMRA Discount

Venue: Riverside, 1 Mowbray Street, S3 8EN
Website: http://www.riversidesheffield.co.uk
Date: Mon 13th to Sun 19th March
Time: check website for opening hours

20% off all hand pull for CAMRA members on production of a valid membership card

Sheffield vs Manchester Breweries

Venue: Riverside, 1 Mowbray Street, S3 8EN
Website: http://www.riversidesheffield.co.uk
Date: Mon 13th to Sun 19th March
Time: check website for opening hours

The Riverside team will showcase Blackjack Brewery beers and True North beers on their bar throughout the beer week. Head down to the bar to sample the delights and give your feedback. Watch their Twitter feed for all the action.

Stancill Showcase

Venue: Horse & Jockey, 250 Wadsley Ln, Sheffield S6 4EF / Norfolk Arms, 8 Penistone Rd, Sheffield S35 8QG
Website: https://www.facebook.com/horsejockeyS6/ /
https://www.facebook.com/StancillBrewery/
Date: Mon 13th to Sun 19th March
Time: check website for opening hours

Every day Stancill will be showcasing a beer in their two sites: The Norfolk Arms, Grenoside and The Horse & Jockey, Wadsley Lane. The showcased Stancill beer will be available for £2.00 to all.

Neepsend Brew Co Week Long Cask Specials

Venue: Sheaf View / The Blake / The Wellington
Website: https://www.facebook.com/neepsendbrewco/
Date: Mon 13th to Sun 19th March
Time: check website for opening hours

As well as the collaborations Neepsend are going to release a number of tweaked/one off casks that will be available at their pubs throughout the week (once they’re gone, they’re gone!). Extra versions of their Chocolate Milk Stout, Coffee Oatmeal Stout and Peppercorn Stout; Extra Mosaic Annona dry hopped in the cask (the normal version being a Mosaic Oatmeal pale); three versions of Triton, which is a triple hopped pale, extra dry hopped with a different hop of the three hop varieties used and an Extra Passionfruit of the Tibulus.

Mad Hatter Showcase

Venue: Brewdog, 5-6, Eldon Court, 108-110 Devonshire St. S3 7SF.
Website: https://www.brewdog.com/bars/uk/sheffield
Date: Mon 13th March to Sun 19th March
Time: check opening hours on website
Travel: buses: Blue or Yellow tram to West Street / tram: Buses to West Street 6/10/10a/51/52/120/271

Sheffield Brewdog join forces with Liverpool’s Mad Hatter Brewing to showcase their beers during the beer week. With six keg lines dedicated to the brewery and eight beers coming on through the week. Pop in at your leisure to try the beers, though of course, once they’re gone, they’re gone!

Week Long Brewdog Offers

Venue: Brewdog, 5-6, Eldon Court, 108-110 Devonshire St. S3 7SF.
Website: https://www.brewdog.com/bars/uk/sheffield
Date: Mon 13th March to Sun 19th March
Time: check opening hours on website
Travel: buses: Blue or Yellow tram to West Street / tram: Buses to West Street 6/10/10a/51/52/120/271

Brewdog Sheffield branch will be offering SIBA delegate holders and Beer Alive ticket holders two offers throughout Beer Week. Please flash your delegate pass or ticket stub at the bar before ordering to claim the offers. Offers: 2-4-1 pizza all night until 10pm; 10% discount on beer prices

Lost Industry Showcase

Venue: New Barrack Tavern, 601 Penistone Rd, Sheffield. S6 2GA
Website: http://newbarracktavern.com/
Date: Mon 13th to Sun 19th March
Time: check website for opening hours
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses: to Penistone Road 7, 8, 86 / Tram: Yellow tram to Bamforth Street.

 

New Barrack will be showcasing Lost Industry beer all week on keg and bottle, with the brewery being based just down the road in Hillsborough it’s a fitting partnership. Hyper local beer! On Friday and Saturday March 17/18th there will be live music, plus Six Nations coverage on the Saturday.

Wantsum Brewery Showcase

Venue: Hillsborough hotel
Date : Tues 14th to 19th March
Time : Check venue for opening hours
Cost : Free entry
Travel: Blue tram (Malin Bridge) or Yellow tram (Middlewood) and ask to get of at Langsett Primrose view

Join the Hillsborough Hotel as they play host to Simon Sandy Hindmarch, Head brewer, Wantsum Brewery, Canterbury from Tues 14th March as an pop-up brewery tap. 10 beers from Wantsum Brewery available over 5 days (whilst stock lasts).

Sheffield Says Art Dispenser

Venue: Moor Market
Website: https://moormarketblog.wordpress.com/
Date: Wed 15th to Sat 18th March
Time: check website for opening hours
Cost: Free entry
Travel: All city centre buses and trams to the Moor

Sheffield Says art project kicked off with a drink and draw event at the Red Deer on Wed March 8th. The collected artwork and poetry inspired by Sheffield’s pubs and breweries will be available as free prints via the ‘S’ shaped art dispenser at the Moor Market. Head down to print, collect and enjoy your free print.