Latest from Sheffield CAMRA

  • Calder Valley

    - I arrived in Leeds with the intention of having breakfast in the Wetherspoons at Leeds Station before getting an onward train. However, as the pub was heaving I decided to forego breakfast and take the train to Todmorden and have a pizza at the Wetherspoons adjacent to the station. This was much quieter even though … Continue reading Calder Valley
  • Eyre Arms, Hassop

    - The Eyre Arms at Hassop is now on the CAMRA National Inventory of Pub Interiors. The building was originally a farmstead, built in 1632. By 1753, ‘Eyre Arms as a Public House at Hassop.’ In 1814, the name changed to ‘Newburg Arms Inn’ and in 1902 it returned to the Eyre Arms. The creeper covered sandstone … Continue reading Eyre Arms, Hassop
  • Pubs book shortlisted for award

    - The Sheffield’s Real Heritage Pubs book has been receiving excellent feedback since its release during the 2017 Steel City Beer & Cider Festival, and the positivity has continued with the announcement that editor, our very own Dave Pickersgill, has been shortlisted for the Best Citizen Beer Communicator Award at the British Guild of Beer Writers’ … Continue reading Pubs book shortlisted for award
  • Masons Arms, Crookes

    - The Masons Arms (Carson Road, Crookes, S10 1UR) has finally reopened after months of closure. The right hand room has been fully refurbished, and although the pool table and dartboard have gone there will be live music on the new stage at weekends. Tony Brown, formerly at the Blue Ball, is now running the pub … Continue reading Masons Arms, Crookes
  • Exit 33 Brewing

    - Our new special will be Winter Warrior: a dark, strong winter warmer full of tradition with a big malt presence and additional flavour complexity from black treacle. Live music at The Harlequin for December: Saturday 1st: Bad Penny Friday 7th: Mahogany Newt Saturday 8th: Rooster Friday 14th: Rocket 88 Saturday 15th: Outside the Box Saturday 22nd: … Continue reading Exit 33 Brewing