Latest from Sheffield CAMRA

  • Fat Cat presentation

    - On Tuesday 8 January, we took a quick break from our monthly branch meeting to make a very special presentation to the Fat Cat on Alma Street to mark 30 continuous years of inclusion in CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide. The pub was opened in 1981 by the late Dave Wickett, with the first pint being … Continue reading Fat Cat presentation
  • Dom’s Casks of the Month

    - It’s a hard life writing about beer! No sooner had I recovered from the festival than Christmas and New Year appeared on the horizon, bringing with them the usual raft of pub trips, from after-work outings to family catch-ups. Luckily most of the pubs I visited over the festive period had some great quality ales … Continue reading Dom’s Casks of the Month
  • Sheffield Beer Census

    - Saturday 30 March will see the return of the Sheffield Beer Census after a break in 2018. For those who haven’t taken part in the census before, Sheffield & District CAMRA organises this city-wide survey to try and get an idea of the full range of real ales and ciders available around the Steel City … Continue reading Sheffield Beer Census
  • SCBF45 dates confirmed

    - It has been confirmed that the 45th Steel City Beer and Cider Festival will take place from 16–19 October 2019. The festival will again take place at the historic Kelham Island Industrial Museum for the sixth year running. Festival planning is already underway; we had our first planning meeting in January where many of the … Continue reading SCBF45 dates confirmed
  • Brewery Bits

    - The Brewery of St Mars of the Desert is the latest brewery on the Sheffield beer scene. Based at 90 Stevenson Road, Attercliffe, this small brewery and tap room currently only has a small range of beers on offer but more are being planned in the near future. Thornbridge have re-released long-time favourite AM:PM in … Continue reading Brewery Bits