2019 #SheffBeerWeek Events Full List

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

 

Friday 8th March

Indie Beer Feast

Fri 8th March
Where: Abbeydale Picture House, 387 Abbeydale Road. S7 1FH
Website: http://www.indiebeerfeast.co.uk/
Time: Session One – 11.30am to 4.30pm / Session Two – 5.30pm to 10.30pm
Cost: £7.50 plus booking, tickets > EVENTBRITE
Travel: 75, 76, 86, 97, 98 (to Abbeydale Road)
What: Taking place on Friday (8th) and Saturday (9th), the Indie Beer Feast brings together the best breweries from the UK and beyond, as well as some incredible street
food to boot. Look out for a special International Women’s Day tasting with Fem.Ale Friday.

Abbeydale Brewery Tour

Fri 8th March
Where: Abbeydale Brewery
Website: http://bit.ly/beerweekbrewerytour
Time: Session One – 4.30pm / Session Two – 5pm
Cost: £5 (tickets on above website link, check for availability)
Travel: 75, 76, 86, 97, 98 (to Abbeydale Road)
What: Have a sneak peak of Abbeydale Brewery’s new space.

Saturday 9th March

Indie Beer Feast

Sat 9th March
Where: Abbeydale Picture House, 387 Abbeydale Road. S7 1FH
Website: http://www.indiebeerfeast.co.uk/
Time: Session One – 11.30am to 4.30pm / Session Two – 5.30pm to 10.30pm
Cost: £7.50 plus booking, tickets > EVENTBRITE
Travel: 75, 76, 86, 97, 98 (to Abbeydale Road)
What: Taking place on Friday (8th) and Saturday (9th), the Indie Beer Feast brings together the best breweries from the UK and beyond, as well as some incredible street
food to boot.

Abbeydale Brewery Tour

Sat 9th March
Where: Abbeydale Brewery
Website: http://bit.ly/beerweekbrewerytour
Time: Session One – 10.30am / Session Two – 5.30pm
Cost: £5 (tickets on above website link, check for availability)
Travel: 75, 76, 86, 97, 98 (to Abbeydale Road)
What: Have a sneak peak of Abbeydale Brewery’s new space.

The Art of Kelham Island Brewery (Talk)

Sat 9th March
Where: Kelham Island Brewery Event Space (Loft Bar), 24 Alma St.
Website: http://www.kelhambrewery.co.uk/
Time: 12-4pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135, 135a / Tram: Shalesmoor (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: The designer of some of Kelham Island Brewery’s most recognisable pumpclips Jim Connolly takes us through the creative process.

Sunday 10th March

Beer and Food Pairing Menu

Sun 10th March
Where: The Closed Shop, 52-54 Commonside. S10 1GG
Website: https://www.facebook.com/TheClosedShopS10/
Time: From opening check venue website
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 95
What: Nip up to Commonside boozer The Closed Shop for the start of a week-long beer and food pairing menu.

Beer and Cheese Evening

Sun 10th March
Where: Ecclesall Ale Club, 429 Ecclesall Road. S11 8PG
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pg/AleClubPub/
Time: 1-3pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 65, 81, 82, 83, 83a, 88, F272
What: London’s Orbit Beers Brewery hosts a beer and cheese evening at the splendid Ale Club on Ecclesall Road.

Fantome Brewery Showcase and Meet The Brewer

Sun 10th March
Where: The Rutland Arms, 86 Brown Street. S1 2BS
Website: https://www.facebook.com/rutland.arms
Time: 6pm
Cost: £15pp
Travel: Bus: 56, 218, 271, 272 / Tram: Sheffield Station
What: A showcase of the Belgian brewery’s highly rated keg beers and bottled tasting of Fantome’s new and classic beers hosted by their new head brewer.

Monday 11th March

The People’s Photography Trail

Mon 11th March
Where: Multiple venues – The Bath Hotel, The Rutland, Kelham Island Brewery Event Bar, Hop Hideout, Shakespeares and The Sheffield Tap.
Website: https://sheffieldbeerweek.co.uk/the-peoples-photography-trail/
Time: Please check venues for specific opening days and times
Cost: Free entry
Travel: n/a
What: Mark Newton and Nicci Peet host this year’s ‘beertography’ trail across six venues, including Kelham Island Brewery’s new events space. Don’t forget to pick up your stamp card trail in this year’s printed Sheffield Beer Week guide and collect your stamps along the way to be in with a chance of winning a prize. Full details on the link above. On till March 31st 2019.

Kelham Island Museum Exhibition

Mon 11th March
Where: The Millowners Arms, Kelham Island Museum, Alma Street. S3 8RY
Website: http://www.simt.co.uk/kelham-island-museum/what-to-see/millowners-arms
Time: From opening check museum website opening days and times
Cost: Free entry to the Millowners Arms all beer week during museum hours
Travel: Bus: 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135, 135a / Tram: Shalesmoor (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: An all-week open exhibition at Kelham Island Museum’s gallery pub. Check opening hours before heading down. The Kelham Island Museum has provided Sheffield Beer Week visitors with one off free entry access to the Millowners Arms space – what nice people! (The main museum does require a ticket – details on their website).

Scottish Beer and Food Showcase

Mon 11th March
Where: The Hillsborough Hotel, 54-58 Langsett Rd. S6 2UB
Website: https://twitter.com/HillsboroHotel1
Time: From opening check venue website
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135, 135a / Tram: Langsett Primrose View (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: The Hillsborough Hotel are having a Scottish food theme during Sheffield Beer Week backed up by their excellent Scottish real ales. Food times: Tues 4-8.30pm, Fri 2-8.30pm, Sat 12-7.30pm. You can always enjoy their well-kept regular cask ales too from breweries such as Acorn, Abbeydale and Tapped Brew Co.

Crosspool Ale Makers Society Meet the Brewer

Mon 11th March
Where: Two Sheds, 235 Crookes. S10 1TF
Website: https://www.facebook.com/twoshedspub
Time: 5pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 52, 52a
What: Newly launched Sheffield brewery will be hosting a tap takeover and meet the brewer at Two Sheds Micropub in Crookes during Beer Week. They’ll be showcasing the first 3 beers from their range. ‘Horatio Bright’, a 4.5% golden ale; ‘The Lost Tribe’, a 5.4% extra pale and ‘Sandygate’, a 3.6% session blonde.

Out and About Launch

Mon 11th March
Where: Devonshire Cat, 49 Wellington St. S1 4HG
Website: http://www.devonshirecat.co.uk/
Time: 7pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 6, 10, 10a, 51, 52, 52a, 95, 120 / Tram: West Street (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: The Dev Cat and Rutland Arms join forces for the launch party of LGBTQ+ beer community group Out and About. All are welcome to the launch of Sheffield based non-profit organisation  ”Out and About”. The organisation aims to create a safe space in the Sheffield beer community for LGBT+ people and will be launching with a collaboration beer with Abbeydale Brewery.

The Cremorne Beer Week Quiz

Mon 11th March
Where: The Cremorne, 185 London Road. S2 4LH
Website: https://www.facebook.com/HeartOfLondonRoad
Time: 8pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 20, 43, 44, 75, 76, 86, 97, 98
What: Monday night means quiz time down at The Cremorne, enjoy an extra round with Sheffield related questions to celebrate the start of Beer Week. Winners of this round will receive a £25 bar tab separate to the speed quiz winners. Six Sheffield cask beers on the bar all week. Hurrah!

Ilkley Brewery Meet the Brewer

Mon 11th March
Where: Waggon & Horses 57 Abbeydale Rd S, Millhouses. S7 2QQ
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/781450862254807/
Time: From opening check venue website
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 97, 98
What: Sheffield Beer Week – Ilkley & Tiny Rebel Tap Takeover
11th-17th March. Celebrate Sheffield Beer Week with us as we join forces with two of the most exciting breweries you can find! They’ll be showcasing a stellar (if you’ll pardon the pun) line up of keg, cask and bottled beers all week. Come and try Ilkley’s 10th birthday celebration beer, in collaboration with Tiny Rebel. Meet Ilkley’s Head Brewer on Saturday 16th March – times to be confirmed!

Tuesday 12th March

Pub and Industrial Heritage Walk

Tues 12th March
Where: Multiple venues. Meet at Millowners Arms, Kelham Island Museum
Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sheffield-beer-week-pub-industrial-heritage-walk-tickets-55404787210
Time: 2pm
Cost: £7.50 plus booking (included bottle Kelham Island Brewery ale in the Millowners Arms)
Travel: Bus: 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135, 135a / Tram: Shalesmoor (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: The tour starts at the Millowners Arms at Kelham Island Museum, a gallery celebrating Sheffield’s brewing heritage – complete with traditional bar. After a short talk, the event will follow a 1.2 mile route passing the oldest working brewery in Sheffield, a myriad of industrial sites, three more breweries and a number of pubs before finishing at the Gardeners Rest, close to the now derelict Cannon Brewery.

Dave Pickersgill is the Pub Heritage Officer for Sheffield and District CAMRA, Editor of ‘Sheffield’s Real Heritage Pubs’ and was shortlisted for the 2018 Citizen Communicator Award (British Guild of Beer Writers). A limited number of copies of the Sheffield’s Real Heritage Pubs will be available at a reduced price of £5.00.

South West Brewery Takeover

Tues 12th March
Where: Bar Stewards, 163 Gibraltar Street. S3 8UA
Website: https://www.facebook.com/thebarstewards1/
Time: From opening check venue website
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 31, 31b, 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135, 135a
What: A host of breweries from the South West of England showcase their finest beers, including Deya, Left Hand Giant, Wiper and many more! On all week. Keep up to date with all the beers pouring via The Bar Stewards social media.

Amundsen Dessert on a Tap Takeover

Tues 12th March
Where: Shakespeares, 146-148 Gibraltar Street. S3 8UB
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/411318649611541/
Time: 5pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 31, 31b, 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135, 135a
What: For Shakespeares first event of Sheffield beer week 2019 we have 4 different versions of one of our favourite series of beers from this year. Amundsen brewery from Oslo, Norway have made some of the thickest, richest, booziest, puddingy stouts with the dessert in a can range and we can’t wait to try even more of them. The 4 beers on for the evening are:
Amundsen: Barrel aged dessert in a can coconut choc chip cookie (10.5%)
Amundsen: Dessert in a can chocolate mud cake (11.5%)
Amundsen: Barrel aged dessert in a can chocolate marshmellow (10.5%)
Amundsen: Barrel aged dessert in a can pecan and maple pie (10.5%)

Curator’s Club

Tues 12th March
Where: The York, 243 Fulwood Road. S10 3BA
Website: https://www.truenorthbrewco.uk/home
Time: 7pm
Cost: £20pp
Travel: Bus: 51, 52, 52a, 120, 273, 274, 275
What: Learn from a True North Brew Co. expert how beer is made and its rich history dating back to before the Reinheitsgebot regulations. Guests also receive a beer flight showcasing ales produced in Sheffield.

Hawkshead Brewery Showcase

Tues 12th March
Where: Kelham Island Tavern, 62 Russell Street. S3 8RW
Website: http://kelhamtavern.co.uk/
Time: From opening check venue website
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135, 135a / Tram: Shalesmoor (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: Independent craft brewery from the Lake District hosts a showcase at the award-winning Kelham Island Tav.

 

Wander Beyond Tap Takeover

Tues 12th March
Where: The Greystones, Greystones Road. S11 7BS
Website: http://www.mygreystones.co.uk/
Time: 7pm-10pm
Cost: Free tickets via Eventbrite LINK
Travel: Bus: 83
What: Another of Manchester’s finest breweries heads up to the Greystones for a tap takeover.

 

Wednesday 13th March

Theakston x Stew & Oyster

Wed 13th March
Where: Stew & Oyster, 86 Green Lane, Kelham Island. S6 3AP
Website: https://stewandoyster.com/locations/kelham-island/
Time: From opening check venue website
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135 / Tram to Shalesmoor (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: Theakston’s cooper demonstrations throughout the day. Theakston’s range showcase on the Stew & Oyster bar plus giveaways and charity raffle.

Dark City Fringe** Event change to The Crow’s Manifesto

Wed 13th March
Where: The Rutland Arms, 86 Brown Street, S1 2BS Sheffield
Website: https://www.facebook.com/rutland.arms
Time: From opening check venue
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 56, 218, 271, 272 / Tram: Sheffield Station
What: The Rutland Team are opening a new venue called The Crow Inn (on Scotland Street in early April). In the meantime, being a bit of a beer fan, she’s helping us out with their later Sheffield Beer Week lineup. Being a member of the Corvidae Family, she’s a big fan of the darker side of beer and she’s also a believer in the motto, of unclear Southern Californian origin, ‘go big or go home’ so there are a number of beers larger in ABV than your average dark mild (It could be she’s a little bit envious of Edgar’s favourite family member, the Raven). Here’s the list so far, with a couple of paler offerings to be added around the lineup, too:
Keg
De Molen Zwart & Zwaar Imperial Chipolate Stout-Ish
Westbrook & Evil Twin OFYMD
Kees Zeeuwse Bolus Stout
Lervig Barley Wine 2017
Boutilliers Speech Is My Hammer
Cloudwater & White Hag Cairde Gan Teorainneacha Nitro Black IPA
Wander Beyond & Marble Hoot Forest Fruit & Coffee Dark Sour

Cask
Northern Monk EXP0.01 Technically This Beer Doesn’t Exist Cherry Imperial Stout
Siren Broken Dream
More cask and keg to be confirmed soon.

 

North East Tap Takeover – Wylam & Friends

Wed 13th March
Venue: The Beer Engine, 17 Cemetery Road, S11 8FJ GB.
Website: http://www.beerenginesheffield.com/
Time: from 4pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: busses 97, 98 to bottom of London Road

So for Sheffield Beer Week we have some real treats. We have invited Wylam to send us kegs and a cask of fantastic beers alongside 5 kegs and a cask from a couple of other slightly less well known local breweries – Box Social and Donzoko.
The lineup for the evening:
Wylam – Advocate Salvation – 5.2% All Centennial pale ale with whole cone, T90 and cryo hops.
Wylam – Chasing Mirrors – 7.1% IPA with wheat, oats and bags of Citra, Chinook, Centennial and Mosaic. Big ripe and full of soft fruit aromas.
Wylam – For the Purpose of Clarity – 5.0% DDH Pale in collaboration with Kirkstall. Hopped with Citra and Amarillo.
Wylam – No Superficial Damage – 10.6% Blueberry Breakfast Porter
Wylam – Dank Marvin – 8.6% DIPA with lashings of Citra, Amarillo and Centennial cryo hops.
Wylam – Cascade (cask) – 4.1% single malt, triple hopped pale ale with new season USA Cascade.
Box Social – Tower of Snakes – 6.0% Sour Mash IPA
Box Social – Campfire Porter – 7% coffee and marshmallow porter
Box Social – Hybrid Theory – 3.5% oatmeal session pale
Box Social – New Trumpet Joe (cask) – 3.8% micro IPA
Donzoko – Northern Helles – 4.2% Helles lager with malt from Heidelberg and Bamberg
Donzoko – Vienna Pale

Melissa Cole Beer and Food Paired Menu

Wed 13th March
Where: The Devonshire Cat, 49 Wellington St. S1 4HG
Website: http://www.devonshirecat.co.uk/
Time: 6.30pm-9.30pm
Cost: £40pp inc 3 courses with accompanying beer, tickets LINK
Travel: Bus: 6, 10, 10a, 51, 52, 52a, 95, 120 / Tram: West Street (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: A collaborative event between Abbeydale Brewery and beer writer Melissa Cole. Join award winning author and all round beer raconteur Melissa Cole for an evening of food, beer and fun. The three course menu has taken heavy inspiration from Melissa’s latest book “The Beer Kitchen” with their chefs putting their own spin on it! Further event details on Facebook event.

Boozehound Tap Takeover

Wed 13th March
Where: Cutlery Works, 73 – 101 Neepsend Lane. S3 8AT
Website: https://www.facebook.com/boozehoundsheffield/
Time: From venue opening
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 7, 8, 8a / Tram: Infirmary Road (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: Craft beer purveyors based in the magnificent Cutlery Works food hall host a multi-brewery tap takeover.

Battle of the Beers: Shakespeares Vs Beer Central

Wed 13th March
Where: Shakespeares, 146-148 Gibraltar Street. S3 8UB
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/411318649611541/
Time: 7pm
Cost: £20pp (tickets direct from either venue)
Travel: Bus: 31, 31b, 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135, 135a
What: Four rounds: IPA, sour, mystery and stout. For each round both Beer Central and Shakespeares will present a beer and everyone will vote at the end for an overall winner. Got it? Good.

Moor Beer Showcase and Meet The Brewer

Wed 13th March
Where: Bath Hotel, 66-68 Victoria St. S3 7QL
Website: http://www.beerinthebath.co.uk/
Time: 7pm-10pm
Cost: Free tickets via Eventrbite LINK
Travel: Bus: 6, 10, 10a, 51, 52, 52a, 95, 120 / Tram: University of Sheffield (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: The Bath Hotel hosts a night with Bristol-based brewery Moor Beer.

Thursday 14th March

Live Collaboration Brew Day

Thurs 14th March
Where: Sheffield Tap, Sheaf Street. S1 2BP
Website: www.sheffieldtap.com
Time: From venue opening
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: any to Sheffield Interchange / Coach: National Express to Sheffield Interchange / Train: Sheffield Station / Tram: Sheffield Station (Blue and Purple routes)
What: Tapped Brew Co, Sheffield Tap and Nottingham’s Totally Brewed are collaborating for a live brew day in the brewery at Sheffield Tap. A rep from Simpson’s Malt will also be on hand to discuss the brewing process. Awesome!

Theakston x Stew & Oyster

Thurs 14th March
Where: Stew & Oyster, 86 Green Lane, Kelham Island. S6 3AP
Website: https://stewandoyster.com/locations/kelham-island/
Time: From opening check venue website
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135 / Tram to Shalesmoor (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: Theakston’s cooper demonstrations throughout the day. Theakston’s range showcase on the Stew & Oyster bar plus giveaways and charity raffle.

Brew York Tap takeover

Thurs 14th March
Where: Interval Cafe Bar, Sheffield Students Union, Western Bank. S10 2TG
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pg/interval.sheffield
Time: 4pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Tram: Yellow route to university
What: The Sheffield Students Union open it’s bar taps up to showcase Brew York with 4 casks and 3 kegs, open to all.

Collective Arts Tap Takeover

Thurs 14th March
Venue: The Old Workshop, 10 Hicks Street, S3 8BL Sheffield
Time: 4pm onwards

 

We’re feeling real lucky to have Ontario based, Collective Arts, taking over our taps for Sheffield beer week. It will be part of a series of UK launch events for the grassroots brewery and we can’t wait! Collective Arts are fast building a reputation for brewing incredible beer and have already picked up an award at the World Beer Cup along with their work with the arts/music scene;

‘Collective Arts Brewing was founded on two beliefs: The first that creativity fosters creativity. And the second, that creativity yields delicious pints. We feature limited-edition works of art on our beer cans and labels, and we work to make sure the liquid on the inside is as diverse and creative as the artists we profile.’

And we’ll have this tasty looking bunch to look forward to;

STATE OF MIND 4.4% – Hop forward session IPA, tropical fruit and orange aroma. While being full flavoured, this session IPA is amazingly light bodied, crisp and extremely drinkable.
RANSACK THE UNIVERSE 6.9% – An IPA with a light malt body that lets the hops shine through and finishes crisp but not bitter. A hemispheric hop mashup.
LIFE IN THE CLOUDS 6.1% – Unfiltered NEIPA, neither overly sweet nor bitter, with a pillowy mouth feel using simcoe and mosaic and malt balance to optimize this juicy IPA.
MASH UP THE JAM 5.2% – Dry hopped sour, this mixed fermentation brew is juicy, sour and extremely refreshing, sour & hops in perfect, thirst quenching melody.
STRANGER THAN FICTION 5.0% – A full-bodied porter with plenty of roast flavour with hints of molasses, ridiculous amounts of chocolate and pale ale malts make this porter smooth and creamy
RADIO TO THE MOTHERSHIP 8.2% – A resinous imperial IPA with a wonderful interplay between the earthy bitterness, the nuanced fruity berry character and the piney funky tropical depth.

Siren Maiden Sheffield Launch

Thurs 14th March
Where: The Rutland Arms, 86 Brown Street. S1 2BS
Website: https://www.facebook.com/rutland.arms
Time: 5pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 56, 218, 271, 272 / Tram: Sheffield Station
What: Siren Craft’s annual release is launching right here at Sheffield Beer Week. 5pm. Don’t miss it!

Lost Industry Meet The Brewer

Thurs 14th March
Where: Ecclesall Ale Club, 429 Ecclesall Road. S11 8PG
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pg/AleClubPub/
Time: 5-8pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 65, 81, 82, 83, 83a, 88, F272
What: Sheffield’s Lost Industry host a relaxed meet the brewer session at the Ale Club. Beer available from opening, meet the brewer from 5pm.

Squawk Brewery Tap Takeover

Thurs 14th March
Where: Treehouse Café, 41 Boston Street. S2 4QF
Website: https://www.treehousesheffield.com
Time: 6pm
Cost: Please check, there are two options:
>For people who want to drop in to try the beers and chat to Squawk, it’s free, no tickets – we have a limited amount of space set aside.
>For those wanting a board game session at the cafe with their own table, the standard cover charge will apply (£5 per person for 4hrs, £2.50 for 2hrs – half price for under 15s, free before 7pm for students and pensioners). Booking isn’t essential but recommended as we can get full in the evenings (https://www.treehousesheffield.com/table-bookings).
Travel: Bus: 18, 19, 252
What: Manchester’s Squawk Brewery hosts a tap takeover at the best board game café in town. Dungeons and Dragons and a pint of IPA, please…

Theakston x Stew & Oyster Beer and Food Paired Menu

Thurs 14th March
Where: Stew & Oyster, 86 Green Lane, Kelham Island. S6 3AP
Website: https://stewandoyster.com/locations/kelham-island/
Time: Check venue when purchasing tickets
Cost: £25pp (tickets direct from venue)
Travel: Bus 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135 / Tram to Shalesmoor (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: Family owned Yorkshire brewery Theakston’s head to Stew & Oyster for this four course beer and food paired dinner in aid of charity. £5 of the ticket price to be donated to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

Bad Seed Brewery Tap Takeover and Meet the Brewer

Thurs 14th March
Where: The Itchy Pig, 495 Glossop Road. S10 2QE
Website: https://www.facebook.com/theitchypig/
Time: From opening check venue
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 120
What: Five cask lines and four kegs, with Itchy Pig’s own cask beer (4.8% hoppy pale) on offer.

Runaway: Meet The Brewer

Thurs 14th March
Where: Jabeerwocky, 308-310 London Road. S2 4NA
Website: https://www.facebook.com/JabeerwockyShef/
Time: 7pm – 11pm
Cost: Free register on Eventbrite – LINK
Travel: Bus: 20, 43, 44, 75, 76, 86, 97, 98
What: Manchester brewery Runaway is offering the opportunity to meet their team of hop heads at London Road’s newest craft pub. More details on Facebook event.

Thornbridge Rare Bottle Tasting

Thurs 14th March
Where: Cutlery Works, 73 – 101 Neepsend Lane. S3 8AT
Website: https://www.facebook.com/boozehoundsheffield/
Time: 7pm
Cost: £15pp tickets > LINK
Travel: Bus: 7, 8, 8a / Tram: Infirmary Road (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: Boozehound presents a bottle tasting session with Derbyshire brewing titans Thornbridge.

Buxton Meet the Brewer

Thurs 14th March
Where: Brewdog, 108 Devonshire St. S3 7SF
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/352394862274808/
Time: Check Facebook event and at bar tbc
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 6, 10, 10a, 51, 52, 52a, 95, 120 / Tram: West Street (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: Buxton Brewery Company first ever brew was mashed-in on a cold, dark, January 1st, 2009. The brewhouse was the family garage and the batch size was about 40 litres!
10 years later, the team, which has steadily grown to be 11 strong is now based in a 7000 square foot modern building on Staden Lane, Buxton. produces around 3500 litres per brew, 3 times per week. The brewery makes upwards of 30 distinct brews of all kinds and has many other special editions both planned and in its back-catalogue. Innovation and super-high quality are the prime goals, along with a nod to tradition and an almost maniacal attention to detail. This is a Meet The Brewer Event, Time TBC. Beers TBA

Friday 15th March

Theakston x Stew & Oyster

Fri 15th March
Where: Stew & Oyster, 86 Green Lane, Kelham Island. S6 3AP
Website: https://stewandoyster.com/locations/kelham-island/
Time: From opening check venue website
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135 / Tram to Shalesmoor (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: Theakston’s cooper demonstrations throughout the day. Theakston’s range showcase on the Stew & Oyster bar plus giveaways and charity raffle.

Saint Mars of the Desert Launch Party

Fri 15th March
Where: SMOD brewery taproom, 90 Stevenson Road. S9 3XG
Website: https://beerofsmod.co.uk/
Time: 12 – 8pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 6, 6a, 52, 52a / Tram: Woodbourn Road (Yellow route)
What: The latest addition to the Sheffield beer scene, SMOD is celebrating its launch with us over Friday and Saturday evening.

Brewsters Beer Celebration

Fri 15th March
Where: Hop Hideout @ The Brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert, 90 Stevenson Road. S9 3XG
Website: www.hophideout.co.uk
Time: 12 – 8pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 6, 6a, 52, 52a / Tram: Woodbourn Road (Yellow route)
What: Hop Hideout will be headed up to friends the brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert whilst their new location at Kommune is having its final touches sorted. Join them as they collab with Fem.Ale in celebration of the industry’s best brewsters.  Beer pouring from opening 12 – 8pm with a brewsters launch 6-8pm. They’ll be pouring their Neptune Brewery saison collaboration too on tap, its first outing since Indie Beer Feast. Expect two taps and a pop-up beer shop offering alongside Saint Mars of the Desert’s taproom offering. You can also view the People’s Photography Trail photos and collect your trail stamps here from Hop Hideout.

The North versus The Rest of the World

Fri 15th March
Where: Shakespeares, 146-148 Gibraltar Street, S3 8UB Sheffield
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/411318649611541/
Time: Noon
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 31, 31b, 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135, 135a
What: The north of England has the best in the world. Fact. To prove this we have teamed up with the most northern brewery “North Brewing Co.” from Leeds and they have made us 7 incredible special casks (the most northern way of dispensing beer, the porter will even have a sparkler!).
Facing North Brewing co we have picked 7 kegs from around the world 1 per country that we will be announcing over the next few weeks up until beer week

BEER LIST FOR THE DAY
NORTH CASKS
North Brewing Co: Pinata – 4.5% Tropical fruit pale ale
North Brewing Co/ Ritual Lab: Triple Fruited Gose – 4.5% Blueberry, apricot and blackberry sour gose
North Brewing Co: Origin of Water – 6.0% Brut IPA
North Brewing Co: Full Fathom 5 – 6.5% Coffee and coconut porter
North Brewing Co: Dots and Loops – 6.5% DDH IPA
North Brewing Co: Transmission – 6.9% IPA
North Brewing Co: Ursa Major – 8.0% DIPA

REST OF WORLD KEGS (more to be announced)
(Norway) Lervig: Saskatoon – 12.0% Cheesecake stout
(Sweden) Stigbergets: New and Improved! – 6.5% IPA
(Denmark) Mikkeller: Oregon Fruit Series Flat White Blueberry – 7.5% Blueberry coffee stout
(USA) Wicked Weed: Marina – 6.5% Peach and Apricot sour aged in wine barrels

More beers to be announced closer to the event. North Brewing have been outstanding on cask since they began and this list of beers they have given us is going to be delicious!

Pub Heritage Walk

Fri 15th March
Where: Multiple venues. Meeting point at Fagans Pub.
Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sheffield-pub-heritage-walk-sheffield-beer-week-2019-tickets-52992034602
Time: 5.30pm
Cost: £2.95 + booking
Travel: Buses: 6, 51, 52, 52a, 95, 120, 271 (to West Street) / Tram: Blue, Yellow (to West Street)
What: The second tour of the week with local historian Dave Pickersgill
showing us around his favourite boozers around Sheff. Dave Pickersgill (editor of ‘Sheffield Real Heritage Pubs’  www.sheffieldcamra.org.uk/rhp  and Pub Heritage Officer for Sheffield CAMRA) will host this walking tour around some of the entries in the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) ‘Yorkshire’s Real Heritage Pubs’ book. Route: commence at ‘Fagans’ and proceed to the ‘Dog and Partridge’ via a short stop outside the ‘Grapes.’ After a short refreshment break (not included in ticket price), 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).

 

Arbor Brewery Showcase

Fri 15th March
Where: Kelham Island Tavern, 62 Russell Street. S3 8RW
Website: http://kelhamtavern.co.uk
Time: From opening check venue
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 35, 57, 81, 82, 86, 135, 135a / Tram: Shalesmoor (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: Bristol brewery Arbor showcased at the award-winning Kelham Island Tav.

Squawk: Meet The Brewer

Fri 15th March
Where: Riverside, 1 Mowbray Street. S3 8EN
Website: https://www.facebook.com/riversidekelham
Time: 6pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 3, 3a, 7, 8, 8a
What: Seven casks and six keg lines on rotation throughout the week, giving you the chance to try a whole host of exciting Squawk beers. CAMRA members: 20% off all cask,
all week. The tap takeover will be on all week starting Monday 11th March, with the meet the brewer on Friday 15th.

Phlegm: Mausoleum of the Giants

Fri 15th March
Where: Eyewitness Works, Milton Street, city centre.
Website: https://www.ourfaveplaces.co.uk/whats-on/mausoleum-of-the-giants
Time: Check website for locations and openings
Cost: Free entry
Travel: n/a
What: Phlegm’s art is everywhere in Sheffield. This free exhibition brings the artist’s surreal work to life. True North Brew Co will be launching a new collaborative beer to celebrate.

Triple Point Opening Party

Fri 15th March
Where: Triple Point, 178 Shoreham Street. S1 4SQ
Website: https://www.facebook.com/triplepointbrew/
Time: From venue opening
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 1, 1a, 51, 56 / Tram: Granville Road (Blue and Purple routes)
What: Celebrate the launch of a brand new brewery as we reach the business end of Sheff Beer Week. Formerly Sentinel Brewing Co.

Bermondsey and Beyond Tap Takeover

Fri 15th March
Where: Walkley Beer Co, 362 South Road. S6 3TF
Website: https://www.facebook.com/walkleybeerco
Time: From opening
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 31, 95
What: Some of Bermondsey’s – no scratch that, some of London’s best breweries will be showcased at Walkley’s bottle shop and tap for a Friday and Saturday session.

Team Toxic Tap Takeover

Fri 15th March
Where: Pour, 617-619 London Road. S2 4HT
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/262008378025689/
Time: 6pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 10, 10a, 20, 24, 25, 43, 44, x17
What: The alliterative event of the century! From the brewing royalty behind Waen and Hopcraft breweries, something hoppy this way comes! To celebrate the launch of their new family of beers, Sue the Brew and Gazza Prescott will be touring the beerier corners of the country to shamelessly promote their delicious products, and, coinciding rather nicely with Sheffield Beer Week, will be spending the 15th of March right here. Join us from 6pm on to sample seven of their exciting new beers, and to ask them trying questions about beer, hops, malt, and, for some reason, trams.

Loxley Brewery Birthday Party

Fri 15th March
Where: Wisewood Inn, 539 Loxley Road. S6 6RR
Website: https://www.facebook.com/thewisewoodsheff/
Time: 7pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 31, 31a, 31b
What: Loxley Brewery is celebrating its first year in business with a free event, homemade pies and delicious pints. You can’t go wrong!

Wander Beyond Showcase

Fri 15th March
Where: Brewdog, 108 Devonshire St. S3 7SF
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2514510278563173/
Time: Check Facebook event and at bar tbc
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 6, 10, 10a, 51, 52, 52a, 95, 120 / Tram: West Street (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: Wander Beyond Brewing love adventure and great beer. They brew beers they enjoy to drink themselves, they’re all about passion and a keen eye for detail and quality!
We’re dedicating our whole guest lines to them. Beers TBA.

Saturday 16th March

Mikkeller Running Club

Sat 16th March
Where: Hop Hideout @ The Brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert, 90 Stevenson Road. S9 3XG
Website: www.hophideout.co.uk
Time: 11.30am
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 6, 6a, 52, 52a / Tram: Woodbourn Road (Yellow route)
What: Hop Hideout will be headed up to friends the brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert whilst their new location at Kommune is having its final touches sorted. Join them as they hosts the Mikkeller Running Club 5km. A Sheffield Beer Week special celebrating The Outdoor City element of 2019’s key strands. After a gentle run route of 5km return to Hop Hideout’s pop-up at the brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert for a free Mikkeller beer and stay on for their Mikkeller Beer Showcase with the UK brewery ambassador (listed below).

Mikkeller Beer Showcase

Sat 16th March
Where: Hop Hideout @ The Brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert, 90 Stevenson Road. S9 3XG
Website: www.hophideout.co.uk
Time: 12 – 8pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 6, 6a, 52, 52a / Tram: Woodbourn Road (Yellow route)
What: Hop Hideout will be headed up to friends the brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert whilst their new location at Kommune is having its final touches sorted. Join them as they host Copenhagen’s Mikkeller Brewery showcasing some of its delicious tipples. Expect two taps and a pop-up beer shop offering alongside Saint Mars of the Desert’s taproom offering. You can also view the People’s Photography Trail photos and collect your trail stamps here from Hop Hideout.

Saint Mars of the Desert Launch Party

Sat 16th March
Where: SMOD brewery taproom, 90 Stevenson Road. S9 3XG
Website: https://beerofsmod.co.uk/
Time: 12 – 8pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 6, 6a, 52, 52a / Tram: Woodbourn Road
What: The latest addition to the Sheffield beer scene, SMOD is celebrating its launch with us over Friday and Saturday evening.

Bermondsey and Beyond Tap Takeover

Sat 16th March
Where: Walkley Beer Co, 362 South Road. S6 3TF
Website: https://www.facebook.com/walkleybeerco
Time: From opening
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 31, 95
What: Some of Bermondsey’s – no scratch that, some of London’s best breweries will be showcased at Walkley’s bottle shop and tap for a Friday and Saturday session.

Ilkley Brewery Meet the Brewer

Sat 16th March
Where: Waggon & Horses 57 Abbeydale Rd S, Millhouses. S7 2QQ
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/781450862254807/
Time: tbc
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 97, 98
What: Sheffield Beer Week – Ilkley & Tiny Rebel Tap Takeover
11th-17th March. Celebrate Sheffield Beer Week with us as we join forces with two of the most exciting breweries you can find! They’ll be showcasing a stellar (if you’ll pardon the pun) line up of keg, cask and bottled beers all week. Come and try Ilkley’s 10th birthday celebration beer, in collaboration with Tiny Rebel. Meet Ilkley’s Head Brewer on Saturday 16th March – times to be confirmed!

 

Sunday 17th March

Boozehound St Patrick’s Day Specials

Sun 17th March
Where: Cutlery Works, 73 – 101 Neepsend Lane. S3 8AT
Website: https://www.facebook.com/boozehoundsheffield/
Time: From venue opening
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 7, 8, 8a / Tram: Infirmary Road (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: An Irish beer celebration all wrapped into one.

Hangover Roast and Beer Party

Sun 17th March
Where: The Rutland Arms, 86 Brown Street, S1 2BS
Website: https://www.facebook.com/rutland.arms
Time: From opening
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 56, 218, 271, 272 / Tram: Sheffield Station
What: After a week of beer, you’ll be needing a hangover cure come the weekend. Sunday roast? Veggie/vegan dishes? We’ve got everything you need!
Please check venue opening hours, event updates and ticket availability and price online via their websites and social media. Events are subject to change.

St Patrick’s Day Showcase

Sun 17th March
Where: Brewdog, 108 Devonshire St. S3 7SF
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/613368322437350
Time: From venue opening
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 6, 10, 10a, 51, 52, 52a, 95, 120 / Tram: West Street (Blue and Yellow routes)
What: Its Saints Patricks Day, so we are teaming up with some great Breweries from across Ireland. IRISH BEER SHOWCASE: Kinnegar Brewing – Yannaroddy – Coconut Porter – 4.8% , Boundary Brewing – Forever Ago – NEIPA – 6.0% , Whiplash Beer – Northern Lights – Table Beer – 2.8%

 

Thornbridge and Burning Sky Collaboration

Sun 17th March
Where: Stag’s Head, 15 Psalter Lane. S11 8YN
Website: http://mystagshead.co.uk/
Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £35.00 plus booking ticket LINK
Travel:  Bus 4, 4a, 218
What: A food pairing menu featuring the best of Thornbridge and Burning Sky Brewery. To round off Sheffield Beer Week, The Stag’s Head are hosting a Food and Beer Pairing with Burning Sky brewery. The team from the brewery will host the dinner, talking in depth about the beers and how they pair with the food. Tickets are £35 per person and includes the 4 course meal with paired beers. The menu can be seen below the evening but if you have any dietary requirements, please get in touch with the Stags Head directly on Stag@thornbridge.co.uk.

Starter: Mushrooms on Toast – Wild foraged mushrooms sauteed in garlic butter and cream, toasted brioche, a sprig of fresh thyme and topped with a crispy panko quail egg (V)
Seafood: Steamed mussels in a white wine velcoute sauce, buttered shallots and pan fried pancetta.
Sorbet: Cuvee sorbet
Meat: Lamb rump glazed with rosemary and thyme butter creamy dauphinoise potatoes, seasonal vegetables and a red wine jus.
Desserts: Warm spiced ginger and treacle tart with clotted cream topped with candied almonds and lemon zest (V)
Seafood by JH Manns, Fruit and Veg by SJM Fresh and Meat by Owen Taylors