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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Sheffield Beer Week

Mon. 9 March 2020 — Sun. 15 March 2020

Event prices vary

Sheffield Beer Week 2020 kicks off on 9 March, marking seven packed days of unique beer tastings, tap takeovers, meet the brewer sessions, brewery tours, exhibitions, and food matching menus. The beer will flow like wine.

Jules Gray is at the helm, who'll be familiar to many drinkers in Sheffield as she – along with Beer Central, Walkley Beer Co., Starmore Boss and a handful of the more adventurous pubs – has been responsible for broadening beer fans' palettes at Hop Hideout and as a key organiser of beer-related events in the city. Each year Julia encourages pubs, booze shops and breweries across the city to do something special for Sheffield Beer Week, to really show off the very best of the Sheffield beer scene.

For its sixth year, the programme is centred around the themes of beer, heritage and community.

Get off to a head start on Beer Week proceedings with Indie Beer Feast, filling the magnificent Abbeydale Picture House with excellent indie breweries and street food traders on the Friday and Saturday ahead of the event.

Come back soon for our day-by-day highlights.

Photo by Will Roberts

Photo by Nicci Peet

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