New pub added
Swim Inn (10 ales) now owned by Hawthorn Leisure
Pub visited and add No 199
On Monday 22nd August myself and Mike from twobeergeeks did a beer blog collab post. Not done one before and really enjoyed it.
The blog is on the link below
I am going to turn my pub walks into downloadable pdf files onto your mobile phones. The first one is below:
Pub Walk No 1 -(Near Weston Park to Train station) this is starting from University Arms to Old Queens Head near the train station, a evening walk if you are doing halves, its not achievable if you are doing pints.
You can download the walk now as a pdf file which is Sheffield Ale Pubs walk1. Also if you click on the pub names once downloaded onto your phone it will take you to their webpage on my website.
Everyday in June I shall be mentioning a “Pub a Day“
These will be 30 pubs you probably not been in, never been in, not sure what to expect, dont know where they are.
We all know by now which are the best ale pubs in Sheffield but what about the others we dont hear of as they have not got Facebook or Twitter or there isnt a website for us to look at or they are not in the town centre.
Below are my 30 pubs and I have been to each one and a link to their page is on their pub name below:
I would love to hear your opinions also on these 30 pubs
The Pheasant (Oughtibridge) 3 ales — The Common Room – 4 ales — Cock Inn (Oughtibirdge) – 3 ales — Hare and Hounds (Oughtibridge) — 4 ales — Rose and Crown (Wadsley) — 4 ales — Horse and Jockey — 2 ales — Wadsley Jack — 5 ales — Railway Hotel — 5 ales — Castle Inn — 2 ales — Blue Ball (Worral) — 4 ales — Shoulder of Mutton (Worral) — 4 ales — Royal Hotel (Dungworth) — 5 ales
The White Hart (4 ales),