Sheffield Beer Week organiser Jules Gray of the Hop Hideout. Mark Newton Photography
CITYMAG takes a closer look at the Steel City's thriving craft ale scene
With dozens of cosy pubs and a plethora of thriving breweries, it seems that Sheffield just can’t slake its thirst for craft ales.
March’s fourth Sheffield Beer Week put the spotlight firmly on all the good things currently brewing in the Steel City.
And in the year we celebrate the 100th anniversary of women getting the vote, Jules Gray, of the Hop Hideout on Abbeydale Road, was keen to highlight the role of women in the industry – from bar staff to brewers and business owners.
Sheffield Beer Week saw a variety of ale-fuelled – in the nicest possible way - events around the city and the Spring edition of CityMag focusses on the some of the places and people that make Sheffield such a magnet for beer-lovers. You can read all about it here.
And if that gives you the taste for a pint or two, you could do worse than sample some these recommendations from Beer Central’s Sean Clarke.
Beer not your thing? Never mind, check out CITYMAG columnist Lia Desai's guide to gin here.
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