Forgemasters Ale is now available through SIBA and fast becoming one of the region’s favourite premium beers. Such has been the demand that it is joining our core range alongside our other award winning favourites, Five Rivers, Crucible Best and Blanco Blonde. Bottles are available only from the brewery and are selling out fast.
Sheffield Eagles “Champions Ale” launch night 16th May
The Sheffield Brewery Co and Sheffield Eagles Rugby League Club are launching a special promotion with participating pubs in South Yorkshire.
Long time supporters Adrian Bentley and Mick Pridmore (landlord at The Wharncliffe) approached the brewery to brew special ale and the popularity of Champions Ale has really taken off.
The Sheffield Brewery Co & the Eagles will be hosting a celebratory launch night on Friday 16th May at 7.00pm at the brewery.
Mick Pridmore said, “To kick start the promotion we thought we’d arrange a proper real ale and pie ‘n’ pea bash at the brewery.”
Liam Claffey, Eagles Marketing Manager added, “The evening promises to be a great event with our Head Coach Mark Aston and a host of first team players in attendance.”
“It’s a great chance to meet and chat with the players along with a quiz, a chance to win a signed shirt and a tour of the Brewery itself on the evening.”
This limited ticket only event is offered at a reduced rate of just £20 per person including food and real ale with bookings being taken through the Eagles on 0114 261 0326.
Don’t miss out and help make this a great night out of support for the Eagles!
Pubs stocking Champions Ale in support of the Eagles are The Gardeners Rest, The Wharncliffe, The Bessemer, The Beehive, Shakespeares, Fat Cat, Rutland Arms (Brown St), Kelham Island Tavern, The Plough (Sandygate), Three Horseshoes (Wickersley) and any landlords wanting to take part should contact the brewery at email@example.com
Grand Depart big screen open day cyclists’ party – 5th July
All you cyclists (keen or otherwise) please book this date in your diary. We have ample space to park bikes safely in our cellars (should you choose to come on two wheels!) and thought it would be fab to watch the start of the race on our big screen. The plan is you can spend the Saturday afternoon with us and your pals enjoying a real ale and bbq while making your final plans of how you are going to watch the race stage as it hits our region on the 6th. Look out for forthcoming details on our website.