Week Long Events

SheffBeerWeek300dpi (2)

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

 

Week Long events

These events go on for a few days, so you can visit venues in your own time. Dip in and out as you please and discover some great beer and food along the way. 

 

 

Saturday 10th

Hardywood Park Craft Brewery – USA Beer Showcase

Venue: Hop Hideout, 448 Abbeydale Rd. S7 1FR
Website: https://www.hophideout.co.uk
Date: From Sat 10th March

Time: From 12noon
Cost: Free entry
Travel: Buses: 10, 10a (to Sheldon Road); 75, 76, 86, 96, 97, 98, 218 (to Abbeydale Road)

As one of the Ingredient Hubs for Sheffield Beer Week (adjuncts) we are excited to welcome American award winning craft brewery, Hardywood Park, to Hop Hideout. We’ll be hosting a week long tap takeover – draught and bottles/cans; so you can dip in at your own pace through the week. It was a chance meeting Jules had in London in 2017 with their Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Richard, that brought this event idea together. The global beer World is a small place!

On Saturday 10th March we will crack open one special bottle to share round at 2pm and 6pm. No tickets, small tasters, once they’re gone, they’re gone. Mark the date in your diary and it could be a good time to pop in before or after Indie Beer Feast!

The brewery was founded in 2011 by Eric McKay and Patrick Murtaugh and uses local Virginia ingredients in their beers such as the V.I.P.A. They also have highly rated beers with lots of interesting additions – Gingerbread Stout and Virginia Blackberry (Reserve Series). A fresh shipment is arriving just before Sheffield Beer Week and we’re looking forward to showcasing a number of these great tasting brews. Of course showing adjuncts ingredients such as fruit and spices.

Monday 12th March

Brew York Tap Takeover

Venue: Riverside, 1 Mowbray Street, S3 8EN
Website: http://www.riversidesheffield.co.uk
Date: Mon 12th March
Time: TTO all week from Mon 12th March opening, Meet the Brewer Fri 16th March
Travel: Buses: 7, 8 (to Mowbray Street) / Tram: Blue, Purple or Yellow (to Castle Square)

As part of our Sheffield Beer Week celebrations, the guys at Brew York are bringing us 15 different cask and keg beers to take over our taps for the week! They’ll also be coming down on Friday the 16th for a Meet the Brewer event, starting at 6pm! CAMRA members are entitled to 20% off all Cask Ale all week (And every other week of the year), and those coming down for the MTB will also be entitled to 20% off ALL Brew York products on the night!

Beer Tastings & Offers at The Ecclesall Ale Club

Venue: 429 Ecclesall Road, S11 8PG 
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pg/AleClubPub/
Date: from Mon 12th March
Time: from opening, check website
Travel: tbc
 
 

Free beer samplings and special offers all week long at the Ecclesall Ale Club. 
Check the micropub’s social media for updates and in store.

Introducing Abbeydale at Café Leopold

Venue: Cafe Leopold, 1-3 Leopold Street, S1 2GY

Website: https://www.facebook.com/pg/CaffeLeopoldProseccoLounge
Date: from Mon 12th March
Time: from opening, check website
Travel: city centre 

 

Café Leopold have launched a newly stocked range of local brewery Abbeydale cans including Serenity, Heathen; Unbeliever and A + B. To celebrate they will be doing beer and food pairings through the week, check in store and on their social media for details. 

Sheffield Beer Week at The Closed Shop

Venue: The Closed Shop, 52-54 Commonside, S10 1GG 

Website: https://www.facebook.com/TheClosedShopS10/
Date: from Mon 12th March
Time: from opening, check website
Travel: tbc

 

Join us for Sheffield Beer and enjoy a Stancill Beer Showcase!

Each day will offer a unique Stancill ale at only £2 a pint. All of which will be available to take away so you can continue to enjoy them in the comfort of your own home. 
In addition to our lovely beers being on offer, we will be running an addition beer and food menu so you can enjoy your beer in food as well as matched with accompanying dishes. 
For more info or to book a table or simply pre order your beers please email hayley@stancillbrewery.co.uk or call 0114 2666 244

 

The Beer Yorkshire Photography Trail

Venue: Multiple – check below. Sheffield Tap, Sentinel, Shakespeares, Rutland Arms, Hop Hideout
Date: from Mon 12th March
Time: from opening, check website
Travel: tbc

 

The Beer Yorkshire project celebrates the county’s diverse brewing landscape and was formed by photographer Mark Newton and Hop & Barley magazine. His photos capture the soul of beer, the people, the places, the moments, the ingredients, the tools of production, the smile over the bar when you order your beer and a whole lot more. We urge you to head out around all the venues hosting mini-exhibitions to enjoy our ‘Beer Yorkshire Photography Trail’.

Please check opening hours of the venue’s website before planning your trail.

Each venue will have a focus theme pulling their selection of photographs together. The venues will host roughly 8 photos each, with the idea for you to enjoy the full exhibition by making a trail and visiting each venue.

Rutland Arms – Women Working in the Beer Industry
The Sheffield Tap – Independent Breweries
Hop Hideout – Ingredients / Beer Barrels / Malt / Hops
Sentinel – Portraits
Shakespeares- Classic Pubs tbc

Additional venues may be added.

Find out more about the project at www.beeryorkshire.com

Sheffield Beer Week Beer & Food Paired Menus

Venue: Multiple – True North Brew Co venues (Forum, The Devonshire), Picture House Social and Great Gatsby
Date: from Mon 12th March
Time: from opening, check website
Travel: tbc

Joining in the fun of Sheffield Beer Week this year are True North Brew Co venues, Picture House Social and Gatsby offering a number of beer and food pairing suggestions. Through the week you’ll be able to browse their food menus and choose from a selection of beer pairings the venue have suggested alongside. Obviously it’s completely down to you, but it’s nice for someone to suggest a beer selection if you fancy trying a new combination or just can’t decide! 

Offers at Kerb Edge 

Venue: Kerb Edge Sheffield, Fitzwilliam Street. S1 4JB
Website: https://www.facebook.com/KerbEdge-Sheffield
Date: Mon 12th March
Time: from opening, check times on website
Cost: Free entry  
Travel: Blue or Yellow tram to West Street / tram: Buses to West Street 6/10/10a/51/52/120/271

To celebrate Sheffield Beer Week, Kerb Edge’s new Sheffield burger joint branch will have multiple offers and pairings going on. Throughout the week there will be a different can of beer £2.50 each day, taster boards of 1/3s of all 6 Atom beers on draught,  cans of Atom priced at £3 a can and a guest hand-pulled ale on the bar downstairs from a local brewery.

Wednesday 14th March

Sheffield Brewers & Co Tap Takeover

Venue: The Old Workshop, 10 Hicks Street, S3 8BL Sheffield
Date: from Wed 14th March to Sunday 18th March
Time: from opening, check website
Travel: tbc
A showcase of beers from our 5 favourite Sheffield breweries. Fresh collaborations plus there own specials alongside! Showing off how vibrant the Sheffield beer community is with a whole bunch of crazy goings on including The Old Workshops very first Collaboration. Jim at Lost Industry was kind enough to let Marija and Jay loose on his mini kit to brew Unsaisonal a 4.7% Summerfruits sour Saison! We’re all really excited to try it as we’re sure you are, Jim assures us it’s a belter as he’s already had a cheeky sup straight from the CT.

Alongside also expect to see a whole host of exceptional beers from Cloudwater, Verdant, Redchurch, Burnt Mill, BBNo, Pressure Drop, Time & Tide, Track, Gipsy Hill, Burning Sky, The Kernel, Wiper & True, Almasty, Turning Point, Arbor, Blackjack, Siren and Bexar County

The kitchen will be in full swing so watch this space for what Pinchos combinations we come up with to accompany this stunning array of beers to celebrate Sheffield Beer Week

Neepsend brewery will also be hosting the SBW closing party at the launch of their new Brewery Tap from 3pm a minutes walk away from The Old Workshop and will be heading over to us after to put a cap on the week
https://www.facebook.com/events/322494201579276/

Hope to see you all very soon cheers The Old Workshop

(Sheffield Beer descriptions below)

Pale ales…

Lost Industry
4th Shade of Pale 4.6 % Sorachi hops & chilli pale ale

Steel City Brewing
Wine In Silence 5.5% Transatlantic pale ale brewed with white
grapes, dry hopped with Galaxy then white wine barrel aged

Neepsend/Blue Bee
Grapefruit pale ale 4.6%

Lost Industry Sour Line….

Lost Industry/The Old Workshop
Unsaisonal 4.7% Summerfruits sour Saison

Lesley (Lost Industry)/Jules (Hop Hideout)/Hannah (Neepsend)/
Kara (Devonshire Cat)
Emmeline (after Emmeline Pankhurst) 5.2% Pomelo and Chinook sour

Lost Industry/Steel City/Neepsend
Medusa 5.0% dry hopped Citra & Rakau sour

Lost Industry
Mojito sour 5.3%

Dark ales….

Blackjack/Hop Hideout/Black Sheep Store
The Choice Is Yours 6.9% Export Porter
Three way collaboration with Hop Hideout, Black Sheep Store and
Blackjack Beers. Heritage recipe export porter with a blend of 7 different malts and uk hops (Goldings, Admiral & Cluster) for dark chocolate notes and blackberry fruity bitterness.

Steel City Brewing
The Blood The Wine The Roses 6.8% vinuous blended Stout Brewed with Muscovado sugar then Bordeaux barrel aged with roses.

Abbeydale Brewery/Ron Pattinson(beer historian)/Jules(SBW/Hop Hideout)
1868 Strong Scotch Ale 10.3%
From an 1868 William Younger No 1 recipe, which in today’s terms would probably be labelled a barley wine. At the time, this would have been described as a Scotch Ale, an Edinburgh Ale, or simply (and pretty accurately!) as a Strong Ale. Weighing in at a hefty 10.3% Originally created by Younger’s in the 1850s, their No 1 “King of Ales” continued to be made for a full century, although it underwent many recipe changes throughout this period. Abbeydale and co have kept it as close as possible to the 1868 version of the recipe, with a few small amendments due to modern constraints.

http://www.abbeydalebrewery.co.uk/blog/post/?id=1587&blog=heritage_brewing

 

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

w

Connecting to %s