Our Sheffield City Centre Pub of the Year is awarded to the Sheffield Tap.
The Sheffield Tap was opened by Pivovar in 2009 in the railway station’s former first class refreshment room, which was built in 1904. After years of neglect the main bar area has been the subject of an award-winning restoration retaining many original features and is included on CAMRA’s National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors. Further seating has been provided in the entrance corridor and to the right of the bar. A further room of seating is the impressive former dining room, which is now home to the Tapped Brew Co’s on site brewery, which can be viewed through a glass screen.
The Tap’s bar has 11 handpumps dispensing a range of cask beers including both on site brews and guest beers, alongside 14 keg taps and a fridge stuffed with around 200 beers in bottle and can – all served by knowledgeable staff.
The Sheffield Tap is often described as a great place to miss a train!
The Sheffield Tap are planning on reopening in a Covid-19 secure manner on Saturday 4th July with table service and an app available to order on. For more details check out their Facebook page.