Sheffield Brewery

It’s been all systems go here so far this summer here at The Sheffield Brewery Company.  Our Brewery Tap Room events are growing in popularity, our bottling rig is in full swing, and our new limited-edition releases are flying out of the door.  Following the success and fantastic feedback we had with Liquid Metal – a 3.7% small IPA, now available in 330ml bottles – we have some fantastic new beers available and coming up this month.

In June, we collaborated with Frazer’s Coffee Roasters to produce Berlin Black (5.7%): everything you’d want in your breakfast (oats, cereal, cold brewed coffee, milk, and sausages… well, smoked malt!) but in a stout.

In celebration of this year’s Tramlines festival and headline act, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, we’ll be releasing a beer aptly named after a classic Oasis song. It’s also the name of a polish that Joseph Pickering and Sons produced in the Albyn Works, which is on display if you come to our tap room. Morning Glory (3.6%) features some of the newer English varieties of hop – Jester, Olicana and Ernest – and we added over 10 kg of dried elderflowers to the brew kettle, giving off the most amazing aroma!

We’ll also be releasing our first DIPA, Renovator (8.0%), in keg and bottle, hopped with ample amounts of your favourite American hops. All these beers will be available in 330 ml bottles from various places in and around the city.

Don’t forget to join us on the first weekend of every month for our Brewery Tap Room opening, where you can try these beers and many more for yourself, including music and street food from various artists and vendors.  We’re glad to see more and more of you turning out to our events and the positive feedback we’re receiving from you all.

As ever, check out www.sheffieldbrewery.com for more details on our beers, events and happenings in and around the brewery.

Nick Law

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