My Pub of the Year 2016 – Top 10

You can now download my POTY16 as a pdf file, I will be putting this in a frame so if any pubs want one for their wall let me know. sheffield-poty-2016


1st – Devonshire Cat

2nd – Shakespeare

3rd – Sheffield Tap

4th – New Barrack Tavern

5th – Fat Cat

6th – White Lion

7th – Bath Hotel

8th – Beer Engine

9th – Gardeners Rest

10th – The Hop

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.

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

This will also appear in the walks section of all 14 pubs from Fox Hill to Chapeltown:


The Pheasant Inn (2 ales), Fox and Hounds (2 ales), Cow and Calf (8 ales all Sam Smiths), The New Red Lion (2 ales), Norfolk Arms – Grenoside (4 ales), The Angel (1 ale), The Old Harrow (3 ales), The Old Red Lion (4 ales), The Acorn (5 ales), Crown and Cushion (3 ales), Warncliffe Arms (3 ales), The Commercial (9 ales)

We did visit 2 more pubs but they didnt have any ales on.

This walk was from bottom of Fox Hill Road and walked all the way upto Grenoside and did those pubs, then a short stroll through the woods, you need some good shoes on here as it can be a bit muddy due to the horses that go through here, head to Bruncross Road and walk all the way to Chapeltown passing a few more pubs and then up Station Road to The Commercial.