Apart from reserved copies for 2019 Pub Heritage walks and a small number of selected 2019 CAMRA Beer Festivals, we have no paper copies left – the book, all 1250 copies, is now effectively a sell-out. Thanks again to all who have purchased a copy.
There may be a few copies available at some of the retail outlets. Grateful thanks to: All Good Stuff, the Bath Hotel, Beer Central, Biblioteka, Bradfield Brewery Shop, Church House, the Dog and Partridge, the Fat Cat, the Friendship (Stocksbridge), Hillsborough Hotel, Hop Hideout, Kelham Island Book and Music Shop, Kelham Island Industrial Museum, Made In Sheffield, Maison du Biere (Elsecar), the Millennium Galleries, Rhyme & Reason, the Rising Sun (Nether Green), the Rutland Arms, Sheffield Scene and the White Lion. Copies may also be available online from Abbeydale Brewery, BeerInnPrint and CAMRA books.
We would again like to thank our three sponsors, Abbeydale Brewery, the Rutland Arms and the White Lion. The aim is to produce an updated online third edition for the 2019 Sheffield Beer Festival and a second paper copy in March 2021 ready for the subsequent CAMRA Members’ Weekend. The free download is available at: https://sheffield.camra.org.uk/rhp/.
As part of both Sheffield Beer Week in March 2019 and Sheffield Heritage Open Days in September, Sheffield Pub Heritage walks will take place. Places may be booked, via Eventbrite:
- Sheffield Beer Week, Friday 15th March, 17:30: https://tinyurl.com/yaqlhqad
- Heritage Open Days, Friday 20th Septmber, 14:30: https://tinyurl.com/yb56htxt
- Heritage Open Days, Friday 20thSeptember, 17:30: https://tinyurl.com/y8jawlu9
In addition, I was (unexpectedly) shortlisted for the ‘Citizen Communicator Award’ as part of the 2018 British Guild of Beer Writers Awards. I didn’t win, but it was good to see Sheffield up there.
Thanks again for your support,
Dave Pickersgill (Pub Heritage Officer)