Brewery Bits

Thunder Bunny, a 4.0% ABV Belgian pale ale is Fuggle Bunny‘s second craft keg beer. This cheeky little number is a session quenching pale with uplifting floral aromas bursting with fruit, raisins & citrus. This along with a range of their cask beers is expected to be available at their upcoming Friday tap sessions outside the brewery.

Bradfield Brewery have once again produced a vanilla edition of their Farmers Stout, a beer which proved popular at our Steel City Beer & Cider Festival a few years ago. It is available in mini-keg for those still drinking at home and the brewery are continuing to offer home delivery for bigger orders from their brewery shop.

Crosspool Ale Makers Society also have good news for those ordering their beers for home delivery with some online prices reduced and a mixed case option introduced. Also in addition to their weekly delivery run they are also now offering click and collect at the Itchy Pig in Broomhill.

Loxley Brewery‘s home, the Wisewood Inn, reopened this week with a range of their cask beers brewed on site, something the brewery has been regearing up to after spending lockdown selling bottled beers online and via independent shops!

Recent brews at Neepsend Brew Co have included Summanus, a 6.2% Black IPA hopped with Citra, Nelson Sauvin, Sabro and Sorachi Ace along with the return of Azeban, a 5% New England Pale made with Mosaic, Azacca & Ekuanot.

Sheffield Brewery Company are recruiting – they are looking for an experienced commercial brewer to manage all aspects of the brewhouse production, packaging, distribution and develop the business. There will be an expectation to help with promotion through social media, events, bar work and run brewery tours and be customer facing when required. Enquiries to


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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