Sheffield Brewery Company

STEEL YOURSELF….SOMETHING’S BREWING AT THE SHEFFIELD BREWERY COMPANY!

It sure is – our ten specials are in the pipeline in celebration of our 10 years in production and 10 things which we love about this region. No. 1 was a lovely premium ale Philanthropicale at 4.8% and celebrated Sheffield’s rich heritage in philanthropic zeal. The clip featured Mr John Ruskin in the background and went down a storm at our recent Beer Club night on 29th Jan.

No. 2 has a more active theme and in part is to help promote the region’s superb green credentials. Indeed, on our doorstep the Sheffield city boundary forms part of the wonderful Peak District and a whole host of walks, trails and climbs and green open spaces. In recognition of this, a festival organised by the Sheffield City Council, celebrating the great outdoors is on March 11th – 15th – take a look at www.theoutdoorcity.co.uk and get stuckin!

sheffield Brewery Gethisen Outdooerz

So, we thought we’d lend a hand and have brewed a light hoppy golden ale and to put it bluntly have called it “Ge’thi’sen Outdooerz’! Once you’ve had a walk, run, climb or ride or just sauntered out for a stroll with friends or family in the park what better way to celebrate getting outside than meeting up in the convivial surroundings of your local pub.   We’re using mosaic hops to make this a very tasty slightly florally golden pale ale.

See if you can spot where the two characters in the clip are and what are they carrying? First 5 to answer in person at our next Beer Club event will get a free pint!

Just on that note, we’ve noticed the last Friday of the month tends to clash with other events in and around the city. To avoid this we are switching our Club night to the first Friday of the month, so our next event will be on FRIDAY 4TH MARCH. It should be a right old foot stomper as we welcome another new band courtesy of Mr Graeme McDonald, so we expect a good crowd. There’ll be hot food on again – maybe even a BBQ. So make sure you arrive early: doors open at 7.30pm.

Lookout for more in the series which we’ll be releasing at the end of each month and details will be on our new website www.sheffieldbrewery.com

THANK YOU AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO THE NEXT 10 YEARS OF CONTINUING TO BREW THE HALLMARK OF A PERFECT PINT!

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Andy Cullen

About Andy Cullen

Andy has been actively involved in CAMRA since the early 2000s after being recruited to sit on a National Younger Members Task Group. Since then he has held roles on the branch committee including Secretary, Membership Secretary, Magazine Editor, Chair and now Social Secretary. Andy has also been involved with the Steel City Beer & Cider Festival almost every year since becoming active in the branch.

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