The 4th edition of the Sheffield’s Real Heritage Pubs Book is scheduled to arrive from the printers in late September (1000 copies, A5, 116 pages, £6.99 rrp). Compared to the third edition, this edition includes ninety new images, plus many text changes.
Paul Ainsworth, the Chair of the National CAMRA Pub Heritage group says; ‘For almost forty years, CAMRA has developed its national inventory (NI) of historic pub interiors. These highlight the crème de la crème which have either escaped much alteration or contain features of exceptional interest. We are aware that below the NI are a host of interiors which still offer a great deal worth seeing. The pioneering work carried out in Sheffield to locate and record these pubs has been an inspiring exercise. This publication portrays the rich tapestry of Sheffield’s pubs: from the nationally important to those where what remains, even if fragmented, should be cherished. A bonus, of course, is that many of these pubs sell great real ale.’
At the time of writing, the following local outlets have agreed to sell copies directly:
- Abbeydale Brewery
- Bath Hotel
- Beer Central, Moor Market
- Beer in Print (mail order)
- Biblioteka, Kommune
- Bradfield Brewery Shop
- Dog and Partridge
- Kelham Island Books and Music, Shalesmoor
- Maison du Biere, Elsecar Heritage Centre
- Rutland Arms
Copies will also be available at four book signing events which are part of the Sheffield Beer Festival on tour event.
If you want to stock copies to sell or pre-order, contact email@example.com
The 3rd edition is currently available as a free download: https://sheffield.camra.org.uk/SheffieldsRealHeritagePubs.pdf. When published, the 4th edition will be available as a free download.