Inn Brief

Another successful Gillyfest at the Sportsman Inn, Lodgemoor. It was a day live music and fun for all the family and raised £2,271.52 for St Luke’s Hospice.

Also at Lodgemoor there is a new landlady at the Shiny Sheff. Donna Davis is now running the pub which has wonderful views across Rivelin Valley towards Stannington. Sunday is games night, general knowledge quiz on Tuesday with karaoke on Thursday. Marston’s 61 Deep is the regular beer with other Marston’s beer rotating including Pedigree and Hobgoblin Gold.

The last day of trading as a Thornbridge/Brewkitchen venue for the Eagle and Graze Inn on Ecclesall Road was Saturday 3 September.

theSocial bar on Snig Hill introduced food from 12 September. A range of sandwiches, salads, savouries and cakes are on sale weekdays until 3pm. Food to go is available from 9am with the bar open from midday until 9pm.

The Green Room bar on Devonshire Street in Sheffield City Centre has had a bit of a refurbishment and general overhaul, relaunching on 15 September. We are told to expect a new line up of beers (including cask), pool table, beer pong, a “barcade” and of course, music.

Mini retro video game arcade at the Green Room

Perch on Garden Street, the Dead Parrot Brewery tap, is hosting a northern soul all day music festival in the back yard on Saturday 8 October from 3pm until late. Tickets are required, £10 in advance or £15 on the door.

19 September saw Shakespeares on Gibraltar Street launch a new weekly open mic music night in the upstairs “Bards Bar” room. It takes place every Monday from 8pm, more details on the pub’s Facebook page.

The Peacock Inn in Stannington is offering CAMRA members 20p off a pint of cask ale.

The Boston Arms at Woodseats and Clubhouse on London Road both at the time of writing continue to offer pints of real ale at a bargain price on Mondays – check their social media for details. Talking of the Boston Arms, food is now available with Pellizco resident upstairs serving tacos and more. Table bookings available.

The JD Wetherspoons chain hold their regular real ale festival from 12-23 October. Branches in Sheffield include the Rawson Spring in Hillsborough, Bankers Draft, Sheffield Water Works Company and Benjamin Huntsman in the City Centre, Sheaf Island on Ecclesall Road, Woodseats Palace in Woodseats, Francis Newton in Broomhall, Wagon & Horses in Chapeltown, Steel Foundry in Meadowhall and Scarsdale Hundred at Beighton.

The Gardeners Rest is holding a mini beer festival from 30 September to 2 October featuring beer from the old 3 Ridings of Yorkshire.

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