Sheaf View

The Sheaf View is what many would call a proper pub. Much larger than it would seem from the outside, you'll find a real mix of folks from hardened ale fanatics to climbers and hipsters. Always with a great atmosphere, you'll find it easy to get to meet new folks here and you'll wonder why all pubs can't be this good.

Sheffield Tap

A gateway to the city's prolific beer scene, the Tap's bar offers a huge choice of beer sourced from across the globe, plus they even have their own on-site microbrewery “Tapped Brew Co.” brewing weekly, with the latest freshest beer available from their bar.

Ship Inn

A proper boozer in Kelham Island, family and dog friendly.

St Mars of the Desert

The Brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert was inspired by the earliest “craft breweries” of Europe: that first generation making beers in disused 19th century breweries with a pioneering spirit, unmoving passion and an almost avant-garde creativity. They relocated from Boston, Massachusetts to the city of Sheffield to make this dream a reality and haven’t looked back once.

The Ale Club

The Ale Club are tap rooms for the Brew Foundation brewery. There's the original one on Ecclesall Road, which also operates as a bottle shop, and a newer one in Fulwood that might just be the smallest pub in Sheffield (did someone say nano pub?). Whichever you fancy, they serve tasty beer in a great atmosphere.

The Bar Stewards

The Bar Stewards is a small independent craft beer pub in the West Bar area of Sheffield, close to Kelham Island, directly opposite Shakespeare's pub.

The Bear

The Bear is a beer emporium on London Road that also doubles as a micro pub come tap room.

The Beer House

Micropub with a capacity for about 40 people across two small rooms. The front room has level access from the street and contains the bar with 6 handpumps with an ever changing range of real ales. A locally brewed draught lager and interesting bottled beer range also feature and quality wines & spirits from the local specialist off licence.

The Blind Monkey

Built-in 1846 the building was originally a grocery shop where locals sold bottled beer that could be refilled. In 1977, it became the Firwood Cottage where it was modernized as a Tetley house. Re-born as the Blind Monkey in May 2018, several original features have been retained, including the Victorian façade and the fireplace in the bar. A warm welcome awaits as well as real ales and much more including ample outside tables and covered heated spaces.

The Blue Stoops

The Blue Stoops is a real treasure, celebrated for its friendly team, stunning interiors, range of drinks and seasonal menus that are full of locally sourced produce.