Voting is now underway for the 2019 Pub of the Year competition and all Sheffield & District CAMRA members are able to vote for their favourites from the shortlist of eligible pubs from the Steel City and surrounding parts of Derbyshire. There are 39 in the running this year, comprising those in this year’s Good Beer Guide, alongside the pubs which have won branch awards in the last 12 months.
Places to get real ale well into the night
Try local beers at official brewery tap pubs
As summer draws to an end we keep ploughing forward with new specials. The first of which is brewed with the one of our favourite hops of the moment: Equinox. We have showcased this American hop in Equinox Pale 4.2% which has big tropical fruit and grapefruit flavours accompanied by pie like flavours leading to a dry finish. … Continue reading Blue Bee Brewery
Two of our new beers are making the rounds of Sheffield pubs and beyond as November’s Beer Matters hits the press.
Thanks to those of you who have given your previous support and a warm welcome to new supporters. Good luck with this quiz along with our hopes that you and your loved ones are having a great summer. Please feel free to share the quiz with family and friends – many thanks.
Several years in a row now that the Anglers Rest at Millers Dale has scooped this award, our members seem to love the Anglers where Graham & Beryl Yates and their staff run a friendly and good value country pub with well kept beers.
The Kelham Island Tavern continues to maintain high standards and has reclaimed it’s crown after Shakespeare’s won last year.
In late November, pub and brewing company Marston’s, sold 202 pubs to New River Retail. It is feared that New River will convert the pubs into stores. New River Retail is a specialist real estate investment trust (REIT) focussed on the UK food and value retail sector.Mike Benner, chief executive of the Campaign for Real Ale, said “This pub sell-off is bad news for communities which may lose their pubs as a result. New River Retail have seriously underestimated the challenges and opposition that they will face in trying to sell profitable community pubs and convert them into convenience stores and other uses.”