Sheffield Brewery Company

The weather may be getting colder but things are heating up at The Sheffield Brewery Company this November. The mash tun is steaming and the fermentors are in full flow as release several new beers this month to quench the thirsty people of this beautiful city.

Our first autumn special, Bessemer (3.2% ABV) – a smooth and highly seasonable bitter – is a perfect for a quick lunch time pint on a rainy autumnal day. But the brewing madness doesn’t stop there!

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Celebrating the release of a salmon draft into the River Don, we’ve brewed up a very special draught beer for the occasion. To mark this momentous occasion, The Salmons Return is a Dark Rye IPA made with all the best kind of hops (Mosaic, Rakau and Ahtanum) and is our penultimate beer in our Ten of the Best range.

As you are aware, this year is the 10th year we’ve been established as a microbrewery in Sheffield. Incidentally, we will also be brewing our 600th gyle this November. Well, you can’t miss an opportunity like that to brew a special 6.00% IPA, can you?! Ten Years and Six Hundred Beers will be a short run India Pale ale available in cask and bottles, hopped with a variety of lush hops, including Mosaic, Centennial, Chinnok, Rakau, Cascade and whatever else we can think to chuck at it.

Also, this November, as a local independent business, we are proud to be serving Sheffield Brewery beers and local gin in the Winter Gardens and Millennium Gallery for the MADE 16 Festival’s aftershow event. MADE is the UK’s premier business event for entrepreneurship, offering an experience to educate, inspire and motivate early stage entrepreneurs and established business owners.

Finally, our award winning Sheffield Porter, hoppy Seven Hills and malty Millowner’s Ale will be available in 500ml bottles just in time for Christmas. Details to follow at www.sheffieldbrewery.com

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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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