2020 #SheffBeerWeek Events Full List

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

 

Friday 6th March

Indie Beer Feast

Friday 6th 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: Friday Session One £6.50, Other sessions £8.50 inc booking, tickets > GIGANTIC
Travel: 75, 76, 86, 97, 98 (to Abbeydale Road)
What: Taking place on Friday (6th) and Saturday (7th), the Indie Beer Feast brings together the best breweries from the UK and beyond, as well as some incredible street
food to boot. New for 2020 find award-winning Sheffield bar, Public, hosting a pop-up natural wine bar and a Hogan’s cider bar. Look out for a special International Women’s Day tasting with Neptune Brewery, Hop Hideout and Girls Who Grind Coffee. Plus pop-up tastings hosted by beer writers Pete Brown and Adrian Tierney-Jones.

Week Long Beer & Food Paired Menu

Friday 6th March
Where: Hop Hideout, Unit 11, Kommune, 1-13 Angel Street, Sheffield. S3 8LN
Website: http://www.hophideout.co.uk
Time: During opening hours check website, from Fri 6th to Sun 15th March, from 11am
Cost: Free entry, check menus for pricing
Travel: Numerous bus and tram options to city centre stop just before Ponds Forge
What: We’ll be sourcing tasty beers from breweries pouring at this year’s Indie Beer Feast beer festival. Then recommending a dish to pair with each beer from the wonderful food traders within Kommune (10 kitchens, so 10 beer and food pairings!).
You can dip in at your leisure through Sheffield Beer Week and try our suggested pairings. Facebook event >> LINK

Wylam Tap Takeover

Friday 6th March
Where: Jabbarwocky, 308 London Road. Sheffield. S2 4NA
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/236398667356610/
Time: 3.30pm to 8.00pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: Kicking off Sheffield Beer Week with a Tap Takeover from Wylam Brewery based in Newcastle. 2 x Cask, 5 x Keg + cans in the fridge
Beer list TBC
Come and join us for some treats from the North!

Saturday 7th March

Indie Beer Feast

Saturday 7th 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: Friday Session One £6.50, Other sessions £8.50 inc booking, tickets > GIGANTIC
Travel: 75, 76, 86, 97, 98 (to Abbeydale Road)
What: Taking place on Friday (6th) and Saturday (7th), the Indie Beer Feast brings together the best breweries from the UK and beyond, as well as some incredible street
food to boot. New for 2020 find award-winning Sheffield bar, Public, hosting a pop-up natural wine bar and a Hogan’s cider bar. Look out for a special International Women’s Day tasting with Neptune Brewery, Hop Hideout and Girls Who Grind Coffee. Plus pop-up tastings hosted by beer writers Pete Brown and Adrian Tierney-Jones.

Sunday 8th March

Sheffield Pub Heritage Walk

Sunday 8th March
Where: Fagan’s, 69 Broad Lane. S1 4BS
Website:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sheffield-pub-heritage-walk-sheffield-beer-week-2020-tickets-82381235493
Time: 2pm
Cost: £2.95pp
Travel: Tram West Street
What: This event is a 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. We will 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 ‘Beehive,’ the ‘Red Deer’ and ‘Bloo88,’ before completing the walk at ‘The Bath Hotel.’

Beer and Dessert Pairings

Sunday 8th March
Where: The Crow Inn, 33 Scotland Street. S3 7BS
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/486997221965845/
Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £18pp
Travel: tbc
What: For Sheffield Beer Week we have teamed up with the Rutland kitchen for an evening of matching the best 2 things in the world, beer and dessert. Anyone with a sweet tooth and a love of beer this is the perfect Sunday evening for you. We have picked 4 beers that would pair well with a pudding and Koko from the Rutland kitchen team has designed 4 desserts to compliment them. The tasting starts at 7.30pm on Sunday 8th March and tickets are £18 for all 4 pairings, drop us a message if you would like a place reserving or ask at the bar. Head to Facebook event page for menu.

Monday 9th March

Blend Kitchen Beer and Food Showcase

Monday 9th March
Where: Blend Kitchen CIC, 18 Pinstone Street
Website: https://www.facebook.com/blendcookeatshare/
Time: Check website for opening hours
Cost: Check menu in store
Travel: tbc
What: We’re delighted to be showcasing a range of the finest Sheffield beers in a selection of specially crafted dishes this March as part of Sheffield Beer Week. As always, we’ll have a selection of beers from Sheffield’s leading breweries to enjoy with your meal. To book a table why not pop into Blend Kitchen or get in touch through Facebook or by email to blendcookeatshare@gmail.com

Week Long Joseph Holt, Bootleg Brewing and Thornbridge Tap Takeover

Monday 9th March
Where: The Eagle, 315 Ecclesall Road. S11 8NX
Website: www.facebook.com/events/592795077974129
Time: All Day during opening hours, check webiste
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: Join us between Monday 9th – Sunday 15th March as we celebrate Sheffield Beer Week, inviting Manchester’s Joseph Holt & Bootleg Brewing Co. to The Eagle alongside Thornbridge Brewery favourites, too. The week will also include our part in the World’s Biggest Pub Quiz (Action Against Hunger UK & PubAid) + live music, DJ spots and more!
More info coming soon…

Smoke and Monsters – Torrside Tap Takeover

Monday 9th March
Where: Shakespeares, 146-148 Gibraltar Street, S3 8UB Sheffield
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/606424543521056/
Time: 12noon to 12pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: We flipping love Torrside so we asked them if they’d fancy sending us their bestest cask to kick of our Sheffield Beer Week. We’ll let you know what we’re getting our hands on in the coming weeks!

Arbor Ales Cask Tap Takeover

Monday 9th March
Where: The Bath Hotel, 66-68 Victoria Street, S3 7QL
Website: https://www.facebook.com/BeerInTheBath/
Time: From opening
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: Bristol’s Arbor Ales showcase the best of their beer styles on cask all week.

Tuesday 10th March

Ones To Watch: Vault City & Pastore Brewing

Tues 10th March
Where: Hop Hideout, Unit 11, Kommune, 1-13 Angel Street, Sheffield. S3 8LN
Website: http://www.hophideout.co.uk
Time: From 12noon
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Numerous bus and tram options to city centre stop just before Ponds Forge
What: Bringing our ‘Ones To Watch’ series into focus for Sheffield Beer Week with two new mixed fermentation breweries we’re exited about in 2020!
Vault City Brewing (Edinburgh)
Pastore Brewing & Blending (Cambridge)

More details to follow….LINK

To Øl and Gamma Tap Takeover

Tues 10th March
Where: The Rutland Arms, 86 Brown Street. S1 2BS
Website: https://www.facebook.com/rutland.arms
Time: From 12noon
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 56, 218, 271, 272 / Tram: Sheffield Station
What: Our first event for Sheffield beer week, to coincide with the Danish theme at the Crow, will be 9 beers from To Øl and Gamma!

To Øl, from Copenhagen, have been a staple of the craft beer world for year constantly making new and innovative styles. Gamma were established in 2015 and have recently made big waves in the uk market with well brewed super hoppy IPAs. THE BEER LIST: Head to Facebook event page to view

Wilde Child Cask Tap Takeover

Tues 10th March
Where: KIT, 62 Russell street , Kelham Island, S3 8RW
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/206509387204504/
Time: 12noon
Cost: free entry
Travel: tbc
What: In conjunction with Sheffield Beer Week 2020 we are hosting a Wilde Child Brewery cask tap takeover! Stay tuned for updates on beers that will be making an appearance and news about the event.

Neon Raptor Meet the Brewer and Tap Takeover

Tues 10th March
Where: Triple Point Brewery, 178 Shoreham St. S1 4SQ
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/841436839616144/
Time: From 5pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: To start our celebrations for Sheffield Beer Week we’ve got 5 amazing beers from the Nottingham based brewers and a special visit from one of the team to talk us through the beers. Tuesday night never sounded so good right?! Beers are to be announced so watch this space…
Also, because it’s Tuesday Twisted Burger Company will be offering 50% off main attraction menu items so a great night of awesome beer and banging burgers!

Duration Meet the Brewer

Tues 10th March
Where: The Greystones, Greystones Road. S11 7BS
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2435988749838502/
Time: From 7pm
Cost: Free tickets, must register (link below)
Travel: Bus: 56, 218, 271, 272 / Tram: Sheffield Station
What: After the success of the 2019 Meet the Brewer at The Greystones, we are inviting Duration to join us for Sheffield Beer Week 2020. Coming from Norfolk, Duration will be showcasing some of their favorite beers along with a chance to hear from the brewer.
Get your free tickets on the line below:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/duration-meet-the-brewer-sheffield-beer-week-tickets-94369412453

Wednesday 11th March

Postmoderfermism – Fantome & Alvinne TTO & Brewer’s Bottle Pour

Wednesday 11th March
Where: Shakespeares, 146-148 Gibraltar Street, S3 8UB
Website:https://www.facebook.com/events/2522620881329378
Time: 12noon (Bottle Pour 6pm £)
Cost: free entry
Travel: tbc
What: Got some crazy, rare, and one off beers from two of our absolute favourite masters of modern Belgian funk. We’ll be announcing it soon but prepare yourselves for a yeast sensation. At 6pm there will be a bottle pour with Fantome Brewer, Mike as well where we will charge per pour, subject to interest on the night. He’s known for bringing his big dogs to these things so we strongly recommend you pop down.

Little Earth Project Bottle Tasting

Wednesday 11th March
Where: The Crow Inn, 33 Scotland Street. S3 7BS
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/585586098703556/
Time: 7.30pm
Cost: £12pp
Travel: tbc
What: Little Earth Project are coming up to Sheffield on Wednesday 11th March for Sheffield beer week and Tom and Dani the brewery owners are bringing some big beers to the Crow Inn. We will be having a bottle tasting as well as 3 or more different kegs to the bottle tasting on draught to show the full range of what Little Earth Project can do.
The Bottle tasting will be run by Tom and Dani and will include a vertical tasting of 3 years of their Russian Imperial stouts from 2016/ 2017/ 2018 as well as Jim Jam a new mixed fermentation dry hopped raspberry barleywine. Tickets for the tasting are £12 and it starts at 7.30pm, direct message us to reserve your place.

Thursday 12th March

Pub and Industrial Heritage Walk

Thursday 12th March
Where: Fat Cat, 23 Alma Street, Kelham Island. S3 8SA
Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pub-and-industrial-heritage-walk-sheffield-beer-week-2020-tickets-93146111527
Time: 4pm
Cost: £3.50pp
Travel: tbc
What: Part of Sheffield Beer Week 2020, join Dave Pickersgill for a talk and walk around Kelham Island and Neepsend! This walk starts at the Fat Cat pub in Kelham Island. After a short introduction, we will follow a 1.2 mile route. We will pass the oldest working brewery in Sheffield, a myriad of industrial sites, more breweries and a number of pubs before finishing at the Sheffield Brewery Company, close to the now derelict Cannon Brewery. Brewery staff will be available to allow you to purchase drinks. They will then take you on a short tour of this brewery. Established in 2006, the Sheffield Brewery Company are the 4th.oldest of the 23 breweries currently operating in Sheffield. Their site has a rich industrial heritage. 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). The third edition of the book is available as a free download.

North Brew Co v Pressure Drop

Thursday 12th March
Where: Bar Stewards, 163 Gibraltar Street, S3 8UA
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/658775621562535/
Time: From 4pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: Sheffield Beer Week is upon us again, and this year we’ve gone big! It’s North vs South as 2 of the best breweries in the UK join us to celebrate all things beery!🍻
Representing the North we have Leeds own North Brew Co. These guys have been banging out quality beers and in the last year or so have consistently produced some of the best beers we’ve had in the bar. From juicy pales, decadent stouts to insanely fruity Gose (which they’ve firmly made THEIR style in our humble opinion) these supremely talented brewers really do have it all. Braving the journey north from London we have Pressure Drop. We’re absolutely thrilled to have Pressure Drop pouring. Much like North Brew Co, we’ve been consistently blown away by their beers over the last 12 months and can’t wait to see what they do this year.

Liquid Light Tap Takeover

Thursday 12th March
Where: Lost Industry Tap, Industry Tap, 85 Sidney street, Ground Floor Niche
Website: https://www.facebook.com/LostIndustryTap/
Time: tbc
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: Nottingham’s Liquid Light take over the taps alongside friends Lost Industry at their taproom. Fresh of the back of a joint beer collaboration.

Mikkeller Baghaven

Thursday 12th March
Where: The Bath Hotel, 66-68 Victoria Street, S3 7QL
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/668653167239854/
Time: 6.30pm
Cost: Free tickets must register
Travel: tbc
What: Well Sheffield Beer Week has swung around again and this year we’ll be playing host to the fantastic Danish Brewery Mikkeller and a damn fine selection of fruity ales. Beer menu on Facebook event page.

SheFest 2020: Women in Beer and Brewing Walking Tour *sold out*

Thursday 12th March
Where: Hop Hideout, Unit 11, Kommune, 1-13 Angel Street, Sheffield. S3 8LN
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/171740660742981/
Time: 7pm to 9pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Numerous bus and tram options to city centre stop just before Ponds Forge
What: Join Sheffield Beer Week director Jules Gray on this beer journey around Sheffield as she shares the intriguing history of women in beer and brewing. With Sheffield stories, people and places interwoven through the beer landscape.

Meet at Hop Hideout – where you will greeted and provided with a third of beer included in the ticket price. The walking tour will then visit The Crow, Shakespeares and Kelham Island Tavern. There will be time at each venue to purchase a drink; if participants would like to.

This event is for +18 years of age, photo ID may be asked for on arrival, please bring along with you to the event.
The tour is 2 hours.
Part of SheFest 2020
https://events.ticketsforgood.co.uk/events/1798-shefest-2020-women-in-beer-and-brewing-walking-tour-hosted-by-sheffield-beer-week

Marble Meet the Brewer and Tap Takeover

Thursday 12th March
Where: Hallamshire House, 49-51 Commonside. S10 1GF
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1414384142069745/
Time: From 7pm
Cost: Free tickets, must register (link below)
Travel: tbc
What: Brewing up a storm since 1997, Marble Brewery is a microbrewery based in the heart of Manchester. They specialise in innovative cask, keg, can and bottled beer, as well as revitalising historic British styles. Marble will be joining us as part of Sheffield Beer Week 2020. Watch this space for updates on all the delightful beers we’ll be enjoying that week, and join us on Thursday 12th to meet the brewer! There is no entry fee involved for any of this, just the chance to taste and learn about a legendary family run UK brewery, so follow the link on this page to secure your place, limited spaces available! LINK

Mikkeller Baghaven

Thursday 12th March
Where: The Stag’s Head, 15 Psalter Lane, S11 8YN
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/841929059580657/
Time: 8pm
Cost: Free tickets must register
Travel: tbc
What: Join us for an amazing beer tasting event with Baghaven/ Mikkeller on Thursday the 12th of March as part of the Sheffield Beer Week event. Beer menu on Facebook event. We also have an amazing sharing board to accompany the beers-
Forest focaccia, homemade honey spiced nuts, crispy red onion cheese twists, tomato and wild garlic chutney and mixed olives V £12

Polly’s Showcase

Thursday 12th March
Where: Jabbarwocky, 308 London Road. Sheffield. S2 4NA
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/971819106547499/
Time: From 8.00pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: Hot off the heels of our Wylam TTO, we’re showcasing three hop heavy juice-bombs from Polly’s on keg. Plus more to be announced.
We’ll also be running our Beer Week special food menu with plans for stout-glazed sticky ribs, beer cheese dumplings and more!

Friday 13th March

Newcastle Beer Showcase Tap Takeover

Friday 13th March
Where: KIT, 62 Russell street , Kelham Island, S3 8RW
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/194708241906690/
Time: 12noon
Cost: free entry
Travel: tbc
What: In Conjunction with Sheffield Beer Week 2020, we are hosting a ‘Newcastle Beer Showcase’ offering some of the best breweries from the North East including;
1) Almasty Brewing Co
2) Wylam Brewery
3) By The River Brew Co
4) Alpha Delta
5) Errent Brewery
And more to be added!

So get yourself down from 12pm to try some delicious cask and Keg beers from these fantastic breweries!

Mikkeller and Warpigs Tap Takeover

Friday 13th March
Where: The Crow Inn, 33 Scotland Street. S3 7BS
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/521314815176379/
Time: From 12noon
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: Since we opened we have been chatting to Mikkeller about doing something special, and we agreed that Sheffield Beer Week 2020 seems like the perfect time. From Mikkeller we have a ridiculous list of huge, flavour-filled stouts and fruity and/or vegetabley sours. We have also managed to get hold of three beers from juicy IPA masters, WarPigs, a collaboration microbrewery between Mikkeller and Americans 3 Floyds. Thom the UK aambassador for Mikkeller will also be here all evening to talk about all things beer. Our keg list for Friday 13th March: check the event page on Facebook.

Collabracadabra – Shakespeare’s Collab Brew Fest

Friday 13th March
Where: Shakespeares, 146-148 Gibraltar Street, S3 8UB Sheffield
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1095343370804046/
Time: From 12noon
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: COLLABRACADABRA ALACASKZAM
Remember when we did that beer festival in December with a load of mad beers? Well, we really enjoyed it so we thought we’d do another (slightly smaller) one – but rather than pestering our favourite brewers for their wildest casks, we decided to ask if we could come and help brew up some magic ourselves. Lucie will be attending 13 brew days in the space of 1 month, travelling a total of 1198 miles, and taking as many other shakey staff along as possible! HUGE thanks to everyone whose agreed to let us come and chuck some hops about. We are very excited.

Saint Mars of the Desert Taproom Opening

Friday 13th March
Where: The Brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert, 90 Stevenson Road. S9 3XG
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2619638681656493/
Time: From 2pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: It’s been a long winter but it’s almost at an end. Spring is coming, and we’re opening the taproom for the year on March 13th/14th, so get yourselves to Attercliffe for a fresh beer from Mars!
We’ll be pouring Bambam, Pinocchio Pils, Fieldmouse’s Farewell, along with our new collaboration with Track, Cydonia, and maybe something else new???
Also, this is Sheffield Beer Week! As part of that, the Hop Hideout Mikkeller running club will be jogging over on Saturday at noon so if you fancy a bit of exercise before your beer, join them, everyone’s welcome!

Pub and Industrial Heritage Walk

Friday 13th March
Where: Fat Cat, 23 Alma Street, Kelham Island. S3 8SA
Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pub-and-industrial-heritage-walk-sheffield-beer-week-2020-tickets-82367514453
Time: 2pm
Cost: £3.50pp
Travel: tbc
What: Part of Sheffield Beer Week 2020, join Dave Pickersgill for a talk and walk around Kelham Island and Neepsend! This walk starts at the Fat Cat pub in Kelham Island. After a short introduction, we will follow a 1.2 mile route. We will pass the oldest working brewery in Sheffield, a myriad of industrial sites, more breweries and a number of pubs before finishing at the Sheffield Brewery Company, close to the now derelict Cannon Brewery. Brewery staff will be available to allow you to purchase drinks. They will then take you on a short tour of this brewery. Established in 2006, the Sheffield Brewery Company are the 4th.oldest of the 23 breweries currently operating in Sheffield. Their site has a rich industrial heritage. 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). The third edition of the book is available as a free download.

Queer Beer Tap Takeover

Friday 13th March
Where: The Devonshire Cat, 49 Wellington St. S1 4HG
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/734579970403969/
Time: From 5pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: In concurrence with Sheffield Beer Week’s theme of inclusivity and diversity we’re proud to be hosting a Tap Takeover with an important message. Not only will we be hosting a launch party for “Not Just a Phase” – a Sheffield Beer Week collaboration beer between Abbeydale, Out and About and The Queer Brewing Project but we’ll also be pouring a variety of other beers that have been brewed by LGBT+ people. All are welcome for a night of celebration of the underrepresented LGBT beer community.

Beer! The Best Film Ever Brewed + Q&A & After Party

Friday 13th March
Where: Showroom Cinema, Showroom & Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row. S1 2BX
Website:https://www.facebook.com/events/2651638554956386/
Time: From 6pm
Cost: £5 plus booking TICKETS
Travel: tbc
What: Join us for a very special Sheffield screening and the UK premiere of ‘Beer! The Best Film Ever Brewed’, a brand-new documentary which takes a deep dive into the international beer industry and the second most consumed beverage on the planet.
While the film examines beer the world over, the story behind this documentary started in Sheffield, when the director attended Doc/Fest and came up with the concept in none other than The Rutland Arms – a stone’s throw from the Showroom.

The screening will be followed by a special Q&A session hosted by Sheffield Beer Week, with the film’s director Friedrich Moser and producer Maarten Schmidt, alongside a panel of industry professionals from the Sheffield and UK beer scene. The event will be followed by an after-party in the Showroom Bar, with a special selection of local brews available on tap.

This event is brought to you in partnership with Sheffield Beer Week, Sheffield Doc/Fest, Showroom Cinema and Marketing Sheffield.

Saturday 14th March

Sheffield Mikkeller Running Club 5th Birthday Shakeout

Saturday 14th March
Where: Hop Hideout, Unit 11, Kommune, 1-13 Angel Street, Sheffield. S3 8LN
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/899215710494730/
Time: 11.30am
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Numerous bus and tram options to city centre stop just before Ponds Forge
What: Join the Sheffield Mikkeller Chapter for their 5th Birthday during the annual Sheffield Beer Week. Gentle 5km starting from Hop Hideout and heading up to friends Saint Mars of the Desert brewery. After a celebration at Saint Mars, return run to Hop Hideout. On return enjoy the Siren x Salt Joint Tap Takeover – check separate event for details. All levels and abilities welcome, friendly group, all welcome. Free to join in.

Saint Mars of the Desert Taproom Opening

Saturday 14th March
Where: The Brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert, 90 Stevenson Road. S9 3XG
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2619638681656493/
Time: From 12noon
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: It’s been a long winter but it’s almost at an end. Spring is coming, and we’re opening the taproom for the year on March 13th/14th, so get yourselves to Attercliffe for a fresh beer from Mars!
We’ll be pouring Bambam, Pinocchio Pils, Fieldmouse’s Farewell, along with our new collaboration with Track, Cydonia, and maybe something else new???
Also, this is Sheffield Beer Week! As part of that, the Hop Hideout Mikkeller running club will be jogging over on Saturday at noon so if you fancy a bit of exercise before your beer, join them, everyone’s welcome!

Cloudwater Tap Takeover

Saturday 14th March
Where: The Rutland Arms, 86 Brown Street. S1 2BS
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/123672379063554/
Time: From 12noon
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Bus: 56, 218, 271, 272 / Tram: Sheffield Station
What: For our second beer week event we’ll be sticking a lot closer to home with Manchester brewery Cloudwater across cask and keg. Cloudwater are one of the best breweries in the UK and have a huge place in the beer industry. We aren’t 100% on what beers we’ll have yet but we will have 5 casks and about 7 kegs available on the day, with pales, sours and stouts!

Siren x Salt Beer Factory Joint Tap Takeover

Saturday 14th March
Where: Hop Hideout, Unit 11, Kommune, 1-13 Angel Street, Sheffield. S3 8LN
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1417156841788611/
Time: From 1pm
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Numerous bus and tram options to city centre stop just before Ponds Forge
What: Join us in welcoming recent collaborators, Siren Craft Brewery and Salt Beer Factory, to Hop Hideout for this joint tap takeover. More details to come…

Food and Beer Tour (Kelham Island Food Tours)

Saturday 14th March
Where: Kelham Island
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/270448220596761/
Time: From 2.30pm
Cost: £45 plus booking included beer and food (details on event). TICKETS
Travel: tbc
What: To celebrate Sheffield Beer Week, we are running a special Food & Beer Tour, centred around 5 beer institutions in the area. This walking tour of Kelham Island is a fun, social and informative way to get an insider’s guide on what the area has to offer, meet some of the people behind the scenes and sample some of best beer and food in the city. Kelham Island is famous for its real ale pubs and is at the heart of Sheffield’s brewing heritage. The Food & Beer Tour focuses on beer brewed in the Steel City and food pairings from some of the great local producers in the area. All food and drink provided on the tour is included in the price of your ticket.

Sunday 15th March

Crispy Boi Wind Down Lager Fest

Sunday 15th March
Where: Shakespeares, 146-148 Gibraltar Street, S3 8UB Sheffield
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/3480262792045370/
Time: From 12noon
Cost: Free entry
Travel: tbc
What: We figured after a week of huge joose, mad stouts, and a lot of crazy funk you all might fancy a nice little crispy wind down. We’ve sourced some of the world’s best lagers so you can wrap up your Sheffield Beer Week with a lovely, refreshing, pint of quality fizz. List of lagers to be released soon.

Duration Pours and Plates

Sunday 15th March
Where: The Stag’s Head, 15 Psalter Lane, S11 8YN
Website: https://www.facebook.com/thestagshead2/
Time: From opening
Cost: Free entry, check menus for pricing
Travel: tbc
What: First pour of two new beers paired with small plates available all day.