Sheffield: beer capital of the world
In 2016, beer writer Pete Brown named Sheffield the real ale capital of the world, with 23 breweries making more than 400 unique beers. A couple of years earlier, in 2014, a New York Times list of the best places in the world to visit included pubs in the Kelham Island area of the city. Take a look at our picks for the best the city's brewery scene has to offer, explore Sheffield’s craft ale hangouts and taste some of the world’s finest beers.
The Beer House
Sheffield’s first micropub has been winning awards since it opened in 2015.
Walkley Beer Co.
An off-licence with a difference – you can sit in and sample the wares.
The Moor Market
Kegs and bottles from local breweries at great value Moor Market prices.
The Fat Cat
One of Sheffield’s most famous pubs handily has Kelham Island Brewery next door.
Sheffield railway station
This train station pub has one of the widest selection of beers in the city – and you can watch them brew their own too.