• Molly Malone’s, West Street

    - A new bar will be bringing the taste of Dublin to Sheffield but will be keeping it strictly local when it comes to real ale. Molly Malone’s Irish-themed bar – formerly Hutton’s – opened in West Street on 14 September and has two real ales, both supplied by Abbeydale. Moonshine (4.3%) will be permanent alongside … Continue reading Molly Malone’s, West Street
  • Nottingham House, Broomhill

    - The Nottingham House in Broomhill, known affectionately as the Notty, has just been refurbished bringing a nice freshness to the place without affecting the atmosphere. An outside drinking area with potted plants makes the area welcoming, and inside, nearly every corner, shelf and window ledge has a plant, shrub or fern growing, some of which … Continue reading Nottingham House, Broomhill
  • Sport Shack, Ecclesall Road

    - Former Champs owner Danny Grayson has teamed up with local businessman James Dobson to create Sheffield’s first micro sports bar. Sport Shack, located at 271 Ecclesall Road (opposite Marks & Spencer), will be opening in the old Country Club unit this September. The Sport Shack will be focussing on live sports showing both SKY and … Continue reading Sport Shack, Ecclesall Road
  • New students, welcome to a great beer city!

    - By the time this issue of Beer Matters has appeared in the pubs, Freshers’ fortnight will be over; the carnage of parties in bars and clubs around West Street will be done and the normal academic year will be underway and you may be looking to find good beer and chilled vibes. If you are at the University … Continue reading New students, welcome to a great beer city!
  • Three Tuns, City Centre

    - Another chapter in the tumultuous recent history of the Three Tuns has come to a close recently after it was announced that the pub had ceased trading over the August bank holiday weekend. The popular pub has been through several changes of ownership in recent years. It was formerly owned and managed by Reet Ale … Continue reading Three Tuns, City Centre
  • Inn Brief

    Pour is set to become the latest addition to the Heeley Triangle and Sheffield’s craft beer scene. The new bar (previously an Italian restaurant) is next door to the White Lion and will feature up to eight craft keg lines and a range of vegan and vegetarian pizzas. The owners – Jon Terry from the White Lion, HopJacker brewer Edd Entwistle and chef Simon Naylor – hope to open some time in October.

    The Shepley Spitfire at Totley, currently a Greene King managed pub, is set to become a leased pub in November.

    The Olde Mustard Pot in Midhopestones, the most northerly pub in our branch region, is currently closed.

    In Stocksbridge, the Silver Fox on Manchester Road has reopened after a period of closure.

    Work is still ongoing at the King & Miller in Deepcar, which was purchased earlier this year by Bradfield Brewery as their second tap pub.

    The Ale House on Fraser Road is hosting an American whiskey night on Saturday 24 November, which will feature a selection of rye and bourbon whiskeys with matched food pairings. Contact the pub for more details.

    Barrowboy on Abbeydale Road is now open, serving Korean bao buns and other street food. No cask ale is available but Abbeydale Heathen (4.1%) features on keg.

    The Old Crown on London Road has reopened but on our correspondent’s visit there was no real ale on offer.

    Thor’s Tipi Bar in the Peace Gardens is set to make its annual reappearance on Tuesday 20 November, where it will remain until New Year’s Eve.

    There will be a cask takeover featuring seven beers from Almasty Brewery at Shakespeares on Thursday 18 October from 5pm. Wander Beyond Brewing will also be taking over seven keg lines at the same time.