Pub Walk No 10 – this is a long walk which is best done at the weekend, starts at Waggon and Horse at Millhouses and finishes at Beer Engine. You can download a pdf file of the 11 pubs here – walk10
Below is a list of all the pubs:
This walk was originally done in 2015 and is quite a long one and best being done on a weekend.
The best way to get there is on the 97/98/218/83 bus which all pass the Wagon and Horses.
(Pub1) Waggon and Horses – this pub has been taken over by True North Brewery and they have split the pub into 2 now, to the right is the more social seating area and to the left is the eating area, the tvs have all gone now and they serve 3 ales, and they also have a couple of keg lines. Seating is also outside at the front of the pub
(Pub2) Robin Hood – this is an Embers Inn pub and is a large pub with plenty of seating, was very busy last time I went in and couldn’t get a seat, very much focused on eating pub and they do have 10 ales as well, there are seating outside the pub as well and there is a car park.
(Pub 3) Millhouses – this pub has been through many changes recently and serves food and also have 4 ales, they have a pool table and tv screens and also a beer garden and a car park
(Pub 4) Broadfield – to get to this pub is either a looong walk or catch the bus. Always a very busy pub with one side serving food and the other side more social area, they have a beer garden at the rear as well. They have 7 ale pump scattered around the bar and also a few keg lines.
(Pub5) Picture House Social – this pub isn’t easy to spot as the outside is all black and you head down some stairs where there are 3 ale pumps, food is served here and they have a beer garden at the back of the pub.
(Pub6) Crown Inn – this is a walk over to Heeley and this one serves 5 ales, and have tv screens showing sport, the beer garden in the summer is spectacular with a lot of flowers and its lovely to sit in.
(Pub 7) White Lion – recently taken over and has 14 ale pumps with a nice range of ales, they have a board of whats on as well, plenty of seating area in small sections and they have a beer garden at the back of the pub, they have a lot of bands on as well during the week.
(Pub 8) Brothers Arms – this pub is at the top of the hill and has a splendid view of Sheffield, they have 9 ale pumps and a couple of keg lines, also introduced a board with ale list and price.
(Pub 9) Sheaf View – a Neepsend Brewery pub and has 8 ale pumps with a few from Neepsend, there is also a board with ale listed, plenty of seating area inside and a beer garden at the back.
(Pub 10) Cremorne – a short walk to London Road for this pub which I believe has been taken over again, they have 10 ale pump and a varied selection always is on, seating is limited but I seem to get a seat.
(Pub 11) Beer Engine – this pub has 8 ale pumps and also a selection of keg lines which has recently grown, so expect the unexpected here, they have plenty of seating area inside and outside, they also do tapas food.