Pub Walk No 5 – Sheffield Tap to White Lion – to coincide with 2017 Monthly Specials which is all about the White Lion pub I decided to do a walk, this is a day walk.
You can download a pdf file of the pubs from walk5
Below is a list of all the pubs:
This walk is to coincide with the 2017 Monthly Specials for January which is all about White Lion pub at Heeley
This walk was to start near where I live which is near to the Sheffield Tap and it is an all day walk so best to do at the weekend, You can catch buses between some of the pubs if you wish.
Pub 1 – Old Queens Head – a nice 10 minute stroll to the 1st pub, a Thwaites pub serving 5 ales and a very nice pub, very distinctive from the outside with the wooden white and black theme running through it, food is served here and they also have a tv screen, the seating area is split into 3 areas.
Pub 2 – Sheffield Tap – a short stroll through the bus station and you are here, right next to the train station and is situated next to platform 1. The ale pumps are split up and some at each end of the bar with keg lines in the middle, they do have an ale board to see what is on and prices, they do brew their own ale and the brewery is at the rear of the pub called Tapped Brew Co.
Pub 3 – Rutland Arms – walk past the train station and up past The Showroom Cinema and keep walking and this pub is on the corner, serving Blue Bee ales and always seem to have a stout/porter on, keg lines are here and also a price board, they do serve food and have a beer garden at the rear of the pub.
Pub 4 – Tripe Point Brewery – this is where Sentinel used to be, I need to go to see what they have on, not been for a while, only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, check their website for opening times.
Pub 5 – Beer Engine – quite a stroll to the next pub situated just off the bottom of London Road, serving ales and also have a keg line with some interesting choices, food is served here is tapas and they also have a beer garden at the back of the pub.
Pub 6 – Clubhouse – situated at the bottom of London Road and serving quite a few ales, they do have some Clubhouse ales and guest ales. Serving food and also showing sport so expect volume to be turned up, they do have a pool table.
Pub 7 – Cremorne – keep walking up London Road and this recently painted pub is on the corner, serving quite different ales, never seem to have a theme brewery so expect a few gust ales, seating round the edge of the bar and serving pizza food.
Pub 8 – Railway Hotel – heading toward top end of Sheffield Utd ground and this corner pub serving local and guest ales, they also have a pool table and tv screen and unusually a few arcade games tables where you can play for free, if that doesnt interest you then maybe a game of darts.
Pub 9 – Sheaf View – we are nod heading towards Heeley and this pub owned by Neepsend Brewery will have a few Neepsend ales and some guest ales, food is in the form of sandwiches at the bar, plenty of seating and a beer garden at the rear of the pub.
Pub 10- Brothers Arms – a trek up the hill to this pub with a large beer garden overlooking sheffield, serving quite a few ales and a mixed variety here, also the odd couple of keg lines and also a price board so you can see whats on offer.
Pub 11 – White Lion – the final destination and this pub is a short walk back down the hill from the last pub, serving quite a few ales with an ale board as soon as you walk in with prices, they do have a rotating guest ales and pumps are round 3 sides of the bar, loads of seating areas in different places of the pub, some larger than others, always a great atmosphere in here.