Thursday 16th March

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

 

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

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.

 

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

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.

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

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.

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

It’s Tap Takeover time! Fine 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

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: buses: to Gibraltar Street 57/61/62/81/82/85/86.

Well, SheffBeerWeek 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

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.

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