In Sheffield we have 6 Thornbridge pubs and they are all on my website but decided to put them all in one page.
UPDATE – see my Thornbridge pub crawl
Located on Victoria Street this is easy to get to as you walk through West One and across the road and down a small narrow road, the pub is on the corner. I usually go to this one after visiting University Arms.
Only food served here is hot roast pork sandwiches and very quiet music wise. They do have a dart board which is right next to the entrance, can cause problems getting out when someone is playing.
6 ales are available and they mainly have Thornbridge ales on 3 pumps and guest ales on the other 3 pumps, you will find Thornbridge keg ales available. This pub was my choice as Thornbridge Pub of 2016, although the rest are great I do like this one. You will see 2 boards listening cask and keg ales with nice descriptions of what is on offer and the price as well.
You can follow them on Twitter ; @ and they always post their ales available.
Seating is split into 2 sections, one near the bar and a smaller room round the back of the bar which has a open fire.
This pub is not open on a Sunday and is also featured in the Sheffield Half Marathon 13 pub crawl.
This pub is not easy to find, if you are walking then you need to get off at Cross Sythes pub at Totley (bus 98) and walk down the road next to it, you will pass another pub, this road is quite steep, when you walk down you will see a sign pointing to the pub.
This pub is next to a farm and has a beer garden at the back, along with a cricket pitch, ideal when a match is played.
This is a pub selling Thornbridge ales, they have 4 ale pumps but they also sell keg beer, always a great range.
They also serve food and I had the gammon and it was lovely, you certainly get quality food.
You can follow them on Twitter: @
You can find a list of other Thornbridge pubs in Sheffield here.
This pub is on Derbyshire Lane and is near Norton Cemetery and the 20a/18 bus goes past the pub.
There are 4 rooms and 1 is for private hire, , one is a sporty part with a dart board and billiards table and 4 ales at this bar. The other part of the pub is a bit quieter with 5 cask pumps and 6 keg lines.
There is seating at the front of the pub, quiz nights is a on a Sunday from 7.30
On a Thursday the Nether Edge Pizza Co are on the premises.
A google map is here so you can find them.
This pub is at the top of Greystones Road and whichever direction you come from this is quite a walk up this steep road, the pub has lovely views of Sheffield when you reach the top, if you dont fancy a walk the 83 bus stops outside.
This is another Thornbridge pub and has 8 ales, you can get about any Thornbridge ale here. They also have some keg on offer.
They also serve food, but not tried it yet, they have a beer garden at the front of the pub, which goes round the side as well.
You can follow them on Twitter : @
The Hallamshire House is across the road from The Closed Shop, so please check out their page on here.
This pub is quite large so you wont have a problem getting a seat, they also have a nice big beer garden with some big comfy sofas and they play quiet music in the background.
This pub serves mainly Thornbridge Brewery ales. There are 6 ales available. (I know there are more but cannot remember how many cask pumps, a visit is required), they also have a keg line of ales as well.
If you want to know what ales Thornbridge have then you need to visit their website.
Another Thornbridge pub in Sheffield, this one is quite hard to get to, a bus does go past it, you can walk it from Sharrow but you need your walking shoes on. I normally walk it from Lescar pub up the hill.
This pub has plenty of seats and also has a beer garden round the back of the pub.
Food is served here, i have not tried it yet.
A quiet pub so music is on and you can hear yourself talk, although during the day when I have been on a Saturday there are a few children running round the pub.
They have 6 ale pumps so expect your usual Thornbridge ales, they also serve keg beer.
The website is here.
Coach and Horses – a Thornbridge pub and situated next to the worlds oldest football club – Sheffield FC in Dronfield.
The bar is right in front of you when you walk in with seats on either side when you walk in, beer garden at the front of the pub and they also have a car park. Food is served here.
The barman must have seen me post on Twitter and came over and said hello, which is nice and he gave me some hints on pubs to visit.
- Ale pumps : 6 pumps and they also have some keg lines
- Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/theCoachHorsesThornbridge/
- Twitter – https://twitter.com/TheCoachHorses
- Website – http://www.mycoachandhorses.co.uk/
Thornbridge main website is here