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Do it in order, or make your own way around Sheffield’s city centre. It’s your party. Venues by A to Z. 

The Bath Hotel
Known for its remarkable tiled interior, the Bath houses six hand pulled ales and three rotating Thornbridge Brewery kegs. A perfect and snug beer getaway.

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Brewdog
Brewdog’s Sheffield branch, in keeping with the brewery’s mantra, focuses on flavoursome upfront hop forward beers which is showcased via its 15 to 20 rotating keg lines. A glass walled keg chilling room; a viewing wonder. Now serves pizza and has a bottle-shop.

The Crow
This pub still may show as The Old Crown Inn on Scotland Street but the team behind The Rutland have now taken on the pub and renamed the snug pub and B&B to The Crow. Find a tasty keg and cask selection, often the odd Belgian beer and sour style gem on the bar. 

The Old House
This eclectic Division Street bar offers hand pulled ales and many a continental beer on taps and bottles. Dig into the extensive bottled beer range and beer cocktails as the party vibe progresses. It has recently undergone a refurbishment with added gin and vermouth offerings (used to The Old House). A considered food selection specialising in handmade pies.

Hop Hideout
A specialist little beer gem which used to be tucked away opposite The Broadfield pub (beershop and tasting room) along Abbeydale Road. The venue has moved to a new site in the city centre of Sheffield, in Kommune foodhall, which is based in the old Co-Op building. The beer shop usually holds over 200 beers, 25 ciders and has 4 keg taps offering draught beer to enjoy drinking in or to take out on growler fills. Belgian beer and wild ale specialists. Known for hosting regular ‘meet the brewer’ sessions and tastings in their intimate beery space. Friendly and knowledge staff. 

Lost Industry Taproom
Newly opened is Sheffield brewery Lost Industry’s city centre taproom. Just a short walk away from The Rutland pub and handily on the way to The Beer Engine too (or vice versa, depending which way you walk!). Over 20 keg taps, with a good amount Lost Industry brews and lots of choice across beer styles. Check social media for opening hours. A friendly family run taproom and brewery concern. 

Red Deer
A constantly rotating beer range, 300 ales poured over the last two years, board games (Kerplunk) and a powerful Sunday roast all add up to make this an attractive and cosy beer hang out.

Rutland Arms

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Eight hand-pulled ales rotate across local and regional microbreweries such as Bristol stalwarts Arbor and Bristol Beer Factory. Big on crafty keg beer; drop by to sample Brewdog, Magic Rock, Hardknott or Mikkeller beers. Food menu swerves from chip butties to inventive more gourmet offerings.

Triple Point Brewery
Launched in March 2016 as Sentinel this brewhouse and taproom housed in a converted industrial unit (near BBC Radio Sheffield and within walking distance from the central train station) brought a new angle to the Sheffield beer scene. Now under new ownership and renamed as Triple Point Brewery, the focus is still on their brewery fresh beer. They also offer great vegan food options from residents the Twisted Burger Co. 

Sheffield Tap
An awe-inspiring brewpub establishment accommodated in a converted Edwardian refreshment room at the train station. The beer selection is also awe-some – 200+ bottles, 12 continental swing handled taps (including Czech beer Bernard unfiltered and dark) and 11 traditional cask hand pulls including three house brew regulars from Tapped Brew Co.

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The Three Tuns
The Three Tuns often has Blue Bee Brewery on the bar. Other favourites include Dark Star and Acorn Brewery. Real ale focused offering and remarkable example of corner pub architecture.

The Wick at Both Ends
This West Street cocktail bar also boasts good food and beer. Wild Beer co makes regular appearances on the bar whilst the bottle fridge stocks Belgium, German, Trappist and Abbey ales.

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