Voting is now open for our entries into the Good Beer Guide 2020. As in recent years, we are hoping to nominate 30 pubs within the Sheffield city boundaries and a further 6 from the Derbyshire part of the branch.
Two pubs in our branch region are celebrating reaching significant milestones in terms of consecutive years included in CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide. The annual book aims to guide drinkers to those pubs serving the finest beer available, and the Fat Cat on Alma Street and the Commercial in Chapeltown have now been included for the … Continue reading Good Beer Guide awards
Registration is now open for the CAMRA Members’ Weekend and AGM 2019, which takes place from Friday 5 to Sunday 7 April at the Caird Hall in Dundee. Returning to Scotland after several years away, the weekend is already proving popular, with more than 750 members already registered. As a general idea of what to … Continue reading Members’ Weekend 2019
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
Following the success of the first edition, the second edition of this book is now available: an increase in pages from 81 to 96 with more entries, text and images. The second edition is again available as a free download (sheffield.camra.org.uk/rhp) but also includes a limited edition print run of 1,000 copies (A5, cover price … Continue reading Sheffield’s Real Heritage Pubs book
Across the country, October is traditionally a month when apples and pears are harvested and the production of cider and perry can begin. Since 2003, CAMRA has dedicated October to promoting the availability real cider and perry in our pubs, clubs and festivals. Luckily for us here in Sheffield, cider month coincides with our Steel … Continue reading October is cider month!
Voting is now open for first round of the the Champion Beer of Britain 2019 competition. All current CAMRA members are eligible to vote, and as Sheffield & District covers pubs in South Yorkshire and Derbyshire, our branch members can cast their votes for beers brewed in both the Yorkshire and East Midlands regions. There … Continue reading Champion Beer of Britain voting open
We are producing a second edition of this book, which sees an increase in pages from 81 to 96 with more entries, text and images. The second edition will again be available as a free download but will also include a limited edition of 1,000 printed copies (A5, cover price £5.99). Thanks to our three … Continue reading Sheffield’s Real Heritage Pubs
CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide 2019 is set to be released on 13 September and the 46th edition of the beer-lovers’ bible will include more than 4,500 of Britain’s finest pubs. This figure includes 36 from the Sheffield & District CAMRA branch region, and although we cannot yet reveal any names, it’s fair to say there … Continue reading Good Beer Guide 2019
The 2018 Sheffield Beer Census which was due to take place on Saturday 22 September has been rescheduled and will now provisionally take place on Saturday 30 March 2019. The Beer Census is a one-day event where volunteers visit as many pubs in the city as possible and take details of the range of real … Continue reading 2018 Beer Census rescheduled