Below is a guide to beer festivals in or near Sheffield that we are aware of over the coming months. While we believe the information is correct, we advise checking with the venue/organisers before making any special journeys.
Note events are still currently subject to some uncertainty around Covid and it is expected the government will make proof of being fully vaccinated a condition of entry to larger events from September.
Scotsman Pack, Hathersage
Sat 18 Sep
A pub event taking place 12-9pm with Hog Roast, bakery stall, live music from 5pm and raffle, raising money for charity. Details on their Facebook page.
Heeley City Farm
Fri 1 – Sat 2 Oct
Around 10 cask ales and a couple of keg beers including a Sheffield brewed lager will be available along with food and music. Open Friday 5pm-10pm and Saturday 1pm-10pm. Nearest bus stop is on Spencer Road, served by buses 11a, 18 and 252.
Steel City Beer Festival On Tour
Wed 6 – Sat 9 Oct
We can’t organise our usual event at Kelham Island Museum this year so we’re taking it on tour around the Steel City instead – kind of! A whole list of pubs and breweries will be putting their own events on over the same week and we’ll be pulling the details together in one place so you can enjoy a few days exploring the city and visiting the participating venues to enjoy the different beers, ciders, food, music, scenery and atmosphere on offer!
Nottingham Robin Hood
Wed 13 – Sat 16 Oct
The huge annual beer and cider festival with around 1000 different real ales and ciders plus food and entertainment at a new venue – Trent Bridge cricket ground, a short bus ride from Nottingham station. More info.
Indie Beer Feast
Fri 4 – Sat 5 Mar
Craft beer festival with brewery bars, music and street food in the old Abbeydale Picture House. Advance tickets advisable and available online. Regular buses along Abbeydale Road (75/76/86/97/98) stop outside the venue.