Below is a guide to beer festivals in or near Sheffield that we are aware of over the coming weeks. While we believe the information is correct, we advise checking with the venue/organisers before making any special journeys.
Note – currently due to Covid-19 restrictions no physical beer festivals are taking place. Listed below are any virtual festivals we are aware of along with events later in the year being provisionally organised on the condition that the situation has improved sufficiently for them to be able to go ahead safely.
CAMRA Members Weekend, AGM & Conference
Sat 17 Apr
This event would have been taking place at Sheffield City Hall this year but alas, with Covid restrictions it wasn’t possible so it is all going online including the opportunity to relax in a virtual members bar drinking beer from Sheffield with the brewers afterwards! To sign up for the conference visit the Members Weekend website.
Indie Beer Feast
Fri 6 – Sat 7 Aug
Craft beer festival with brewery bars, music and street food in the old Abbeydale Picture House. Advance tickets advisable and available online.
Barrow Hill Rail Ale Festival
Thu 9 – Sat 11 Sep
A festival with a unique atmosphere featuring beer, cider, gin, food, music and trains in a working railway roundhouse. Buses link the venue to Chesterfield town centre and rail station. More information on their website.
Sheffield’s Steel City Beer & Cider Festival
Wed 6 – Sat 9 Oct
Our annual volunteer run festival returns to Kelham Island Museum with a huge range of beers in cask, keg, bottle and can along with traditional cider & perry, street food vendors, live entertainment and more.
Nottingham Robin Hood beer & cider festival
Wed 13 – Sat 16 Oct
The huge annual 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.