We have had a couple new pubs open in Kelham Island Area so it’s time to do a complete pub run around this area. In total there are 12 pubs to go around, I would suggest all-day session for this walk as it’s not easy to do in an evening unless you are a very fast drinker and I guarantee you will have more than one in some of the pubs.
If you click on each pub name it will take you to their page on my website which will have more details about the pub and also a map.
You can download a pdf file of the whole route here – walk14
(Pub1) Harlequin – I normally get to this pub from Wicker as I get off the 52 bus from work, this pub is the Exit33 brewery pub and features a few of their ales and some guest ales, their cider range is massive. 12 ale pumps to choose from and a couple of keg lines.
(Pub2) Riverside – from the last pub turn right and walk over the main road and you will see this pub. A True North brewery pub and features a few of their ales and some guest ales, also a couple of keg lines as well. 7 ale pumps to choose from.
(Pub3) Fat Cat – from the last pub you need to walk towards Tescos which you probably saw going to the last pub and turn down the side street and you will walk past Kelham Island brewery and this pub has a few of their ales on with guest ales, 10 ale pumps to choose from.
(Pub4) Kelham Island Tavern – you can see this pub from the last one, it is next to the new tall building which has appeared, here you will have a choice of 12 ale pumps, some local breweries as well.
(Pub5) Shakespeare – turn left from the last pub and as you walk up the road you will see this building, this is my favourite pub of 2017. 9 ale pumps to choose from and about 5 keg.
(Pub6) Bar Stewards – this pub is directly opposite the last pub and is a new place, serving 4 cask pumps and 7 keg lines and they also have bottles as well, this is a converted shop. You will find near to this place a fish and chip shop if you are hungry.
(Pub7) The Crow Inn – NEW – a new pub recently opened and run by the people from Rutland Arms, it is very close to Bar Stewards on Scotland Street.
(Pub8) Ship Inn – from the last pub turn left and walk along the footpath and you will eventually come to this pub, now serving 8 ale pumps and they do have selected breweries on for a few months.
(Pub9) Stew and Oyster – a new pub and to get to this one turn right from last pub and walk up the road and take the 2nd right and walk down and you should come to it. They have 8 ale pumps and keep finding a broad selection on.
(Pub10) The Old Workshop – from the last pub turn right and take the next right and keep walking up the road and you will see this one, another newish pub and is run by the Beer Engine people, there are no cask in here, but they have 9 keg lines and you can buy thirds. This place doesn’t open until 4.00
(Pub11) Gardeners Rest – from the last pub go back to the main road and turn right and cross over another main road and you will see this pub. A community run pub and has a selection of Sheffield Brewery ales and some guest ales. There are 10 ale pumps to choose from.
(Pub12) The Forest – from the last pub walk back to the main road and walk up the hill under the bridge and you will see this pub on the right. This is the Toolmaker pub and will feature their ales, the brewery is behind the pub. 6 ales are to choose from.
(Pub 13) Wellington – from the last pub walk down the main road and when you get to the other main road cross over and turn left and you will see this pub, it is near to Shalesmoor tram stop. This is the Neepsend Brewery tap pub and features some of their ales and guest ales, they have 7 ale pumps and a few keg lines.
From this pub you can catch the tram from Shalesmoor back into town. If you do this walk the other way round and start at Neepsend then be careful as The Workshop doesn’t open until 4.00.
I would suggest you have google map ready on your phone incase you get lost.