Beers in Bradwell- The pretty little village of Bradwell lies on the edge of the Hope Valley, a short detour off the road to Hope and Castleton. The community holds a carnival every year, with this year’s taking place on 4 August. To coincide with this we have put together this short guide to the pubs of Bradwell. … Continue reading Beers in Bradwell
Pub Heritage: Stones Brewery- William Stones started brewing in 1847. In 1868 he purchased the lease of the Neepsend Brewery, renamed it the Cannon Brewery, and continued to brew there until his death in 1894. Stones’ success saw him die as one of the richest men in Sheffield. William Stones Ltd. was purchased by Bass Brewery in 1968. Stones … Continue reading Pub Heritage: Stones Brewery
The Sheffield & District Public House Trust- The Sheffield & District Public House Trust Co. Ltd. held the lease for the Rising Sun at Nether Green from 1908 until 1968. The company was acquired by Courage Barclay and Simonds in 1966, transferring to Newark-based James Hole & Co. Ltd. until 1968 when John Smith’s took over. The Trust (registered office, 7 Paradise Square) … Continue reading The Sheffield & District Public House Trust
Pubs of the Cultural Industries Quarter- Sheffield’s Cultural Industries Quarter is one of 11 designated city centre quarters designtaed by Sheffield City Council, each with its own distinctive characteristics. A roughly triangular area just to the southwest of the city centre bounded by Eyre Street, Howard Street, Suffolk Road and St Mary’s Road, its name was chosen in 1981 as part … Continue reading Pubs of the Cultural Industries Quarter
Albion and Horse & Jockey get new managers- Two Stancill Brewery-owned pubs, the Albion on London Road and the Horse & Jockey in Wadsley, have recently seen changes of management. The new man at the helm of the Albion is Dan Herbert. Bringing with him nearly a decade of experience of the pubs industry, Dan previously worked as a Greene King relief manager … Continue reading Albion and Horse & Jockey get new managers
The Stag’s Head on Psalter Lane recently underwent a bar upgrade and now has eight handpumps installed. These are mostly Thornbridge beers but on our last visit there was also a guest ale from Tiny Rebel.
The Bar Stewards on Gibraltar Street is set to celebrate its first birthday on 28 July with a party including street food, music and a range of special beers.
The Church House on St James Street is hoping to reopen on 20 August following refurbishment and building repairs.
Church – Temple of Fun on Rutland Way is the latest addition to the Kelham Island beer scene. The new venture from Bring Me the Horizon frontman Oli Sykes features a 100% vegan bar, including an unfined cask ale and a range of craft keg and cans. There is also vegan food from Make No Bones and a range of classic video arcade games.
A new café bar is heading to Nether Edge, with a grand opening on 28 July. Brewer & Hop (40 Wostenholm Road) will feature craft beers, ales, gins and cocktails and is part of the Dalbury Hotel complex.
Hathersage Social Club is hosting a “Praise Be to Beer” supper night on 3 August in collaboration with Abbeydale Brewery. The four-course meal will be served with matched beers and costs £32.50 for food only, or £45 with the tasting flight.
The Old Queens Head on Pond Hill has introduced a new weekday lunchtime menu, with all dishes priced at £3.50 between noon and 3pm.
Stancill Brewery have submitted a planning application to Sheffield City Council to transform the former HSBC building in Chapeltown into a pub. This could be the second new pub to open in Chapeltown in the near future, along with the proposed new micropub in the former Marie’s Tea Rooms.
Residents have put in a number of complaints against Hawthorn Leisure’s application for a late license for the former Edward’s pub on Glossop Road. The bar is currently being transformed into the Swinging Sinatra’s bar and was proposed to open until 2am on weekdays and 3am on weekends.
A new bar from the Marston’s-owned Pitcher & Piano chain is set to open on Holly Street in September this year. It is assumed that real ale will be available as it is in most of the existing pubs in the chain in other cities.
Hop Hideout on Abbeydale Road is holding a celebration of sour beer over the August Bank Holiday weekend.