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  1. First buses are currently operating an emergency timetable, depending on the route it is every 30, 60 or 120 minutes. Some routes have been withdrawn. TM Travel and Hulleys are running a very limited service based around usage for essential travel only. Stagecoach currently operating a Sunday timetable with some early morning extra journeys for commuters, however this will switch to a reduced emergency timetable from this Wednesday (and route X6 will be withdrawn). Powells are generally running to a Saturday timetable, most of their services are run under contract to SYPTE with a subsidy. USE THE LINKS BELOW TO CHECK TIMETABLES (Do not use apps or journey planners as they may not be up to date) Travel South Yorkshire (all CURRENT timetables) https://travelsouthyorkshire.com/servicechanges/ TM Travel http://www.tmtravel.co.uk/ Stagecoach bus https://www.stagecoachbus.com/ First bus https://www.firstgroup.com/south-yorkshire/ Hulleys http://www.hulleys-of-baslow.co.uk/ Powells https://www.powellsbus.co.uk/ Supertram https://www.supertram.com/ Trains https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
  2. Note there are further timetable changes/reductions coming up this week. Keep an eye on the following links for latest: https://travelsouthyorkshire.com/servicechanges/ http://www.tmtravel.co.uk/ https://www.stagecoachbus.com/ https://www.firstgroup.com/south-yorkshire/ http://www.hulleys-of-baslow.co.uk/ https://www.powellsbus.co.uk/ https://www.supertram.com/ https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ There are very few people travelling now and the businesses providing public transport services, as well as having some staff in self isolation, are taking very little money (reports are that passenger numbers are down about 90%) and are reducing services and putting staff on furlough to reduce the risk of bankruptcy whilst still providing a means for as many key workers as possible to commute and for people to get to local shops for essential groceries. Recently announced government funding for buses is expected to be enough to keep a basic skeleton service running on key routes, it sounds like in our area the money is to be administered by SYPTE under the direction of the City Region Mayor rather than going direct to operators. Remember - essential travel only, practice social distancing where possible, don't leave newspapers/rubbish on vehicles, respect the staff (key workers!), pay for your ticket by contactless means not cash and check the latest timetables before travel. ONLINE TICKET SALES: Weekly and 28 day tickets can be purchase at: Travelmaster products (Citybus/Citywide/SY Connect) https://sytravelmaster.com/ Stagecoach products (Megarider) https://www.stagecoachbus.com/ First products https://www.firstgroup.com/south-yorkshire/tickets/online-tickets Day tickets and some weekly tickets also available on the First and Stagecoach apps
  3. The drivers are simply sticking to the timetable! I'm sure you wouldn't be impressed if you missed your bus because it had left early rather than waiting time! It does go to show something though how much faster buses are getting between timetable points with little other traffic on the road. Imagine if it was like that all the time..
  4. PUBLIC TRANSPORT INFORMATION A service is still being provided but at a much reduced level to cater for key workers and those needing to get to shops for food, drink and medicine - essential journeys only please. General advice: - Check revised timetables before travelling. A Summary of current services with PDF timetable downloads can be found on the service changes page at https://travelsouthyorkshire.com/ - For bus and tram travel you are encouraged to buy tickets by contactless means rather than cash as it is more hygienic. Card payment is accepted on board by First, Stagecoach bus, Supertram and Powells. Daily tickets are available on the First and Stagecoach bus apps whilst weekly all operator passes are available online at https://sytravelmaster.com/. - For train travel all tickets must be purchased before boarding, either online, on an app or from a self service machine (or at the ticket office at some stations). - Do not leave newspapers or other rubbish behind on the vehicle. - Please show consideration to other passengers and staff by practicing social distancing and hygienic behaviour wherever possible. Bus services: Generally speaking, First are running to special emergency timetables with most routes operating hourly, services generally finishing about 7pm. Stagecoach are running to the Sunday timetable every day but with some early morning commuter buses added. TM Travel are running a limited emergency timetable. Powells are generally running the school holiday service levels. Hulleys is mostly running to a Saturday timetable. There are exceptions, check either the Travel South Yorkshire website (link above) or on the operator websites below: https://www.firstgroup.com/south-yorkshire/ https://www.stagecoachbus.com/ http://www.tmtravel.co.uk/ https://www.powellsbus.co.uk/ http://www.hulleys-of-baslow.co.uk/ Supertram Special timetables are in operation. Yellow route: Every 20 minutes Mon-Sat (0600-2100), every 30 minutes Sunday (0800-2100). A very limited provision continues until midnight. Blue route: Every 20 minutes Mon-Sat (0600-2100), every 30 minutes Sunday (0800-2100). A very limited provision to/from Halfway contines until midnight. Purple route: Every 30 minutes every day. Service 0600-2100 Mon-Sat, 0800-2100 Sunday. Tram Train route: Every 30 minutes every day. Service 0630-1930 Mon-Sat, 0830-1830 Sunday. For timetable visit https://www.supertram.com Trains A reduced timetable is in operation with services winding down about 9pm. See https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ for details.
  5. For S17 (Bradway, Totley and Dore), you may have had a volunteer deliver a leaflet from the local support group with information at the time of going to print. Their website is here: https://sites.google.com/view/s17-covid-19/home. I've visited both the Sainsbury's Local at Bradway and the Tesco Express at Abbeydale Park and both have plenty of fresh food although note they are closing earlier than normal in the evening (9pm and 10pm respectively). They are limiting numbers in the shop so there is a short queue outside. I assume the Totley Co-Op and Dore Co-Op is similarly stocked, they are closing at 8pm Border View Farm shop is still open as normal, again observe social distance guidance. They will deliver on request to elderly/vulnerable local residents. Hartleys Fruit & Veg shop at Bradway is delivery only, phone up to place your order and pay. They can also supply bread, cheese and yogurts. Bradway Meats is also pre-orders only, collection from shop available. For alcoholic drinks, Abbeydale Brewery, Mitchells Wine Merchants and Two Thirds Beer Co are delivering. Bradway pet supplies shop is currently offering delivery. Citygrab, the food delivery arm of City Taxis, will deliver from a number of takeaways & restaurants along with Moss Valley Fine Meats and Our Cow Molly Dairy. There are also some takeaways still on Just Eat plus of course Dominos at Dronfield and Papa John's at Woodseats deliver pizza to our area. The local M17 bus is still running Monday to Saturday hourly from 10am to 3pm and conveniently links most of the local shops. Buses 24/25, 81/82 , 97/98 and 218 are also running a reduced service (generally hourly) until 7pm. See https://travelsouthyorkshire.com/servicechanges/ for timetables. A reduced train service is operating from Dore & Totley station, finishing earlier than normal at 9pm. Check https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ for times.
  6. the Travel South Yorkshire service change page now has all the temporary CV19 bus timetables to download here: https://travelsouthyorkshire.com/servicechanges/. For tram services visit here: https://www.stagecoachbus.com/news/yorkshire/2020/march/coronavirus-advice-and-tram-timetables For train services visit https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
  7. I couldn't say for sure, I imagine third parties involved, the few members of staff involved are working from home and up to their eyeballs and nobody should be travelling unless they really need to, those people that do need to travel are alerted by a message on the homepage that divert them to the service change page instead of the journey planner.
  8. For Travelmaster products such as Citywide see their website - https://sytravelmaster.com/ Quite simply they won't have the resource. Normally a timetable change will be planned a couple of months in advance and worked through. This is an emergency situation. Check with the operators you intend to travel with. Links previously provided.
  9. Just to add, if you are a key worker and finding the emergency timetables don't suit you getting to or from work, please feedback to the operator concerned via their website. The timetables are being developed ongoing to provide a service for key workers to commute and people without a local shop to get food & medicine whilst using no more resource (such as staff) than necessary.
  10. So back to the purpose of this thread - public transport information for those that need to travel during the Corona Virus pandemic with the restrictions on going out: General: you should not be leaving your home at all other than: - travel to work in a job that cannot be done from home - to go the shops to buy essential supplies, ie food & drink or medicine, on an infrequent basis - exercise once a day in the form of walking, jogging or cycling from your home. A reduced bus, train and tram service is being provided for those THAT NEED TO TRAVEL as per above. Passengers are asked to - pay for their ticket by contactless means wherever possible (card, phone app or online) not cash. On trains tickets are not available on board, you must buy before travelling (self service machines available at most stations as well as online and phone app options). - be considerate to other passengers and staff by maintaining suitable distance on board - take newspapers and rubbish with you, do not leave it on board, also observe general good hygienic behaviour. - check revised timetable for your journey Services week commencing 23rd March: - Generally a Saturday service is running on the buses, with some exceptions. TM Travel are operating emergency timetables. - A Sunday timetable is running on the trams but with early morning services added and an earlier than normal finish. - A reduced network/timetable is running on the trains Services week commencing 29th March: - Stagecoach buses are running to a Sunday timetable but with early morning journeys added on weekdays whilst First is operating a skeleton service to a special timetable. Some routes will not operate. - Trams running to a special timetable with reduced frequency, starting at roughly the normal time in the morning (6am Mon-Sat, 8am Sunday) but with only a very limited service after 9pm. The Blue and Yellow routes will run every 20 minutes Mon-Sat and every 30 minutes on Sunday. The Purple and Tram Train routes will run every 30 minutes every day. - A reduced network/timetable is running on the trains A full summary of what each bus route is doing can be found at https://travelsouthyorkshire.com/servicechanges/ Downloadable tram timetables can be found at https://www.stagecoachbus.com/news/yorkshire/2020/march/revised-tram-timetables-from-monday-23-march-2020 National Rail journey planner can be found at https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ More detailed bus information can be obtained directly from the bus operators concerned: https://www.stagecoachbus.com/ https://www.firstgroup.com/south-yorkshire/ http://www.tmtravel.co.uk/ http://www.hulleys-of-baslow.co.uk/
  11. If they aren't given support Sheffield won't have any buses. Simple as. Also remember a lot of the "poor service" has been down to public funding cuts and increasing traffic congestion. Been a few comments recently that since the lack of traffic on the roads, bus punctuality and reliability has shot up and how that could be enjoyed much more if public transport got much better priority measures. Also that if the service can be run with less buses due to less traffic congestion, that is a lot of costs saved in drivers, fuel etc that could be invested in a better service.
  12. For now.. all public transport is operating, but to a reduced timetable. You can find a summary of services at https://travelsouthyorkshire.com/servicechanges/ and more detail is available on individual operators websites: https://www.stagecoachbus.com/ https://www.firstgroup.com/south-yorkshire/ http://www.tmtravel.co.uk/ https://www.northernrailway.co.uk/ Public transport is currently there ONLY FOR ESSENTIAL JOURNEYS. Additionally consider the staff and other passengers by sitting suitably spaced out, do not sit immediately behind/aside the driver and where possible pay by contactless means (card or app) rather than cash. What is being talked about might be similar to what they have already done for trains - the private companies operating the services under contract, so they get paid a management fee but the costs and revenue both go to government.
  13. These businesses need government support if they are expected to keep providing a service. They will either return to normal after all this or they will have already gone bankrupt and ceased operating.
  14. Growler is an American term for a specific type of beer carry out container. No pubs are doing take home now. Breweries that were delivering themselves are no longer doing so. Those breweries with an established online shop that uses couriers to deliver MAY still be doing so, I'm not sure yet.
  15. Some pubs were just selling off what they already had tapped then closed, others have adapted to operating as an off licence. It isn't simple at the moment, they have to do off sales with social distancing and extra hygiene measures in place. There is also the question on whether there is enough custom wanting to take beer home. The Kelham was open 2pm to 5pm on Saturday with a grab and go system with one or two pint cartons ready filled. Today they have been closed to have discussions with all the staff from the pub and Blue Bee Brewery. This was all on their Facebook page. Shakespeare's did takeouts up to Friday night and are now closed until further notice. You can get cans and bottles from supermarkets but they have limited choice when it comes to the nicer beers and very few of our local breweries have listings with the big chains!
  16. Hulleys are running a Saturday service. TM Travel are running a reduced service - timetables at http://www.tmtravel.co.uk/ Powells mostly normal. Trains running a reduced service. Summary of all service at https://travelsouthyorkshire.com/servicechanges/
  17. Here is the latest I've seen looking through Twitter/Facebook - remember opening hours for off licence or food takeaway are generally reduced compared to normal pub hours as special arrangements may apply to maintain safe social distance. Beer and food purchased should be taken home to consume, don't sit in the car park or beer garden, the pubs are closed for on site consumption! Please check on individual venue's social media for more information including opening hours and arrangements. Turners Bottle Shop, Abbeydale Road Beer Central, Moor Market Kommune, City Centre - delivery only, via Citygrab Red Deer, City Centre - delivery only, 3 mile range. Punch Bowl, Crookes - takeaway food, order by phone Castle Inn, Bradway - takeaway or delivery meals and drink. Menu posted on Facebook. Coach & Horses, Dronfield - operating as a bottle shop, plus draught beer to take home whilst stocks last. Gardeners Rest, Neepsend - beer and snacks (Crisps etc) to takeaway, knock on the door for service. Hallamshire House, Commonside - operating as a bottle shop Ecclesall Ale Club, Ecclesall Road - operating as an off licence Blue Stoops, Dronfield - food and drink to takeaway Raven, Walkley - drinks to go Fuggle Bunny Brewhouse, Halfway - Takeaway beer available on Fridays only Stancill Brewery - 5 pint bag in box available for home delivery Sheffield Brewery - minikegs and bottles available for home delivery Abbeydale Brewery - cans available for home delivery, order online Walkley Beer Co - operating as an off licence Beer Stop, Dronfield - delivery available White Swan, Dronfield - pie dinners and drinks available for delivery Triple Point Brewery - operating as a beer/merchandise shop to take home, bag in box beer delivery also available via Boozehound Archer Road Beer Shop - bottles, cans and cask beer to take away.
  18. With Boris Johnson's announcement on Monday night that hasn't ordered pubs, bars, restaurants etc to close but as advised customers to avoid enjoying social interaction in such places, a number of venues are adapting their business by offering takeaway and/or home delivery for both food and beer. Lets share details of those we know on here! To start: Castle Inn, Bradway - home delivery in the local area for their full food menu along with bottles of wine and 4 pint beer containers. Two Thirds Beer Co, Abbeydale Road - carry out beer available Beer House micropub, Ecclesall Road - carry out beer available Kommune food hall & Hop Hidout beer shop - takeaway and delivery available (food delivery is via Citygrab app, beer is online orders direct with Hop Hideout) Peacock, Barlow - pie dinners available to takeaway or delivery. Sheffield Brewery Company - bottles and minikegs available for delivery or from brewery shop Bradfield Brewery - bottles and minikegs available for delivery or from brewery shop Bar Stewards, Gibralter Street - bottles and cans available to take home Shakespeares, Gibralter Street - bottles and cans available to take home
  19. Will be reopening under new management soon
  20. I popped in Shakespeare's after work tonight for the Torrside tap takeover and enjoyed quite an interesting variety of beers including an imperial stout on cask, a smokey Rauchbier on cask, A Belgian style IPA on cask and an IPA aged in Islay whiskey barrels on keg. Also tried a 3.9% dark mild, old skool malty ale, poured on gravity direct from the cask in the cellar. That's my Monday of Sheffield Beer Week done... I think Tuesday's choice will be a little crawl taking in events at the Rutland Arms, Lost Industry Tap and Triplepoint.
  21. yes, sadly another licencee has failed despite trying. Heineken's Star Bars pub company is advertising the lease as available again.
  22. Indie Beer Feast is on today and tomorrow. This is a brewery bar led beer festival celebrating independent craft brewers organised by the people behind Hop Hideout, the specialist beer shop in Kommune. Advance tickets are now off sale. Saturday was a sell out, Friday should have a small number of tickets available on the door. Beer list: https://www.indiebeerfeast.co.uk/blog
  23. Transpennine Express are running trains Manchester-Sheffield so no need for replacement buses. Northern and East Midlands Railway aren't running west of Sheffield and are putting buses on, from Sheffield to Chinley and Stockport respectively. Use the journey planner at https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ to find the best options for the journey you wish to make.
  24. Friday 6th March Indie Beer Feast Friday 6th March Where: Abbeydale Picture House, 387 Abbeydale Road. S7 1FH Website: http://www.indiebeerfeast.co.uk/ Time: Session One – 11.30am to 4.30pm / Session Two – 5.30pm to 10.30pm Cost: Friday Session One £6.50, Other sessions £8.50 inc booking, tickets > GIGANTIC What: Taking place on Friday (6th) and Saturday (7th), the Indie Beer Feast brings together the best breweries from the UK and beyond, as well as some incredible street food to boot. New for 2020 find award-winning Sheffield bar, Public, hosting a pop-up natural wine bar and a Hogan’s cider bar. Look out for a special International Women’s Day tasting with Neptune Brewery, Hop Hideout and Girls Who Grind Coffee. Plus pop-up tastings hosted by beer writers Pete Brown and Adrian Tierney-Jones. Week Long Beer & Food Paired Menu Friday 6th March Where: Hop Hideout, Unit 11, Kommune, 1-13 Angel Street, Sheffield. S3 8LN Website: http://www.hophideout.co.uk Time: During opening hours check website, from Fri 6th to Sun 15th March, from 11am Cost: Free entry, check menus for pricing What: We’ll be sourcing tasty beers from breweries pouring at this year’s Indie Beer Feast beer festival. Then recommending a dish to pair with each beer from the wonderful food traders within Kommune (10 kitchens, so 10 beer and food pairings!). You can dip in at your leisure through Sheffield Beer Week and try our suggested pairings. Facebook event >> LINK Wylam Tap Takeover Friday 6th March Where: Jabbarwocky, 308 London Road. Sheffield. S2 4NA Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/236398667356610/ Time: 3.30pm to 8.00pm Cost: Free entry What: Kicking off Sheffield Beer Week with a Tap Takeover from Wylam Brewery based in Newcastle. 2 x Cask, 5 x Keg + cans in the fridge Beer list TBC Come and join us for some treats from the North! Saturday 7th March Indie Beer Feast Saturday 7th March Where: Abbeydale Picture House, 387 Abbeydale Road. S7 1FH Website: http://www.indiebeerfeast.co.uk/ Time: Session One – 11.30am to 4.30pm / Session Two – 5.30pm to 10.30pm Cost: Friday Session One £6.50, Other sessions £8.50 inc booking, tickets > GIGANTIC What: Taking place on Friday (6th) and Saturday (7th), the Indie Beer Feast brings together the best breweries from the UK and beyond, as well as some incredible street food to boot. New for 2020 find award-winning Sheffield bar, Public, hosting a pop-up natural wine bar and a Hogan’s cider bar. Look out for a special International Women’s Day tasting with Neptune Brewery, Hop Hideout and Girls Who Grind Coffee. Plus pop-up tastings hosted by beer writers Pete Brown and Adrian Tierney-Jones. Sunday 8th March Sheffield Pub Heritage Walk Sunday 8th March Where: Fagan’s, 69 Broad Lane. S1 4BS Website:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sheffield-pub-heritage-walk-sheffield-beer-week-2020-tickets-82381235493 Time: 2pm Cost: £2.95pp What: This event is a short walking tour around some of the entries in the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) ‘Yorkshire’s Real Heritage Pubs’ book. Also included are a number of ‘try also’ pubs which include aspects of architectural merit. We will commence at ‘Fagans’ and proceed to the ‘Dog and Partridge’ via a short stop outside the ‘Grapes.’ After a short refreshment break, we will proceed past the ‘Beehive,’ the ‘Red Deer’ and ‘Bloo88,’ before completing the walk at ‘The Bath Hotel.’ Beer and Dessert Pairings Sunday 8th March Where: The Crow Inn, 33 Scotland Street. S3 7BS Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/486997221965845/ Time: 7.30pm Cost: £18pp What: For Sheffield Beer Week we have teamed up with the Rutland kitchen for an evening of matching the best 2 things in the world, beer and dessert. Anyone with a sweet tooth and a love of beer this is the perfect Sunday evening for you. We have picked 4 beers that would pair well with a pudding and Koko from the Rutland kitchen team has designed 4 desserts to compliment them. The tasting starts at 7.30pm on Sunday 8th March and tickets are £18 for all 4 pairings, drop us a message if you would like a place reserving or ask at the bar. Head to Facebook event page for menu. Monday 9th March Week Long Siren Craft Brew Tap Takeover Monday 9th March Where: The Riverside, 1 Mowbray Street, S3 8EN Sheffield Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/196006061650253/ Time: All Day during opening hours, check website Cost: Free entry What: Join us and Siren Craft Brew for Sheffield Beer Week across cask, keg and can. Check the beer list out on our Facebook event. Week Long Belgian Tap Takeover Monday 9th March Where: Ale Club, 429 Ecclesall Road, S11 8PG Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/648893932321002/ Time: All Day during opening hours, check website Cost: Free entry What: Tap takeover for beer week here at the Ale Club! We will have 5 of our lines filled with delicious Belgian beer all week along with a variety of special bottles in the fridges for drink in or takeaway 😋 Line up to be announced, head to Facebook. Week Long Joseph Holt, Bootleg Brewing and Thornbridge Tap Takeover Monday 9th March Where: The Eagle, 315 Ecclesall Road. S11 8NX Website: www.facebook.com/events/592795077974129 Time: All Day during opening hours, check website Cost: Free entry What: Join us between Monday 9th – Sunday 15th March as we celebrate Sheffield Beer Week, inviting Manchester’s Joseph Holt & Bootleg Brewing Co. to The Eagle alongside Thornbridge Brewery favourites, too. The week will also include our part in the World’s Biggest Pub Quiz (Action Against Hunger UK & PubAid) + live music, DJ spots and more! More info coming soon… Smoke and Monsters – Torrside Tap Takeover Monday 9th March Where: Shakespeares, 146-148 Gibraltar Street, S3 8UB Sheffield Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/606424543521056/ Time: 12noon to 12pm Cost: Free entry What: We flipping love Torrside so we asked them if they’d fancy sending us their bestest cask to kick of our Sheffield Beer Week. We’ll let you know what we’re getting our hands on in the coming weeks! Arbor Ales Cask Tap Takeover Monday 9th March Where: The Bath Hotel, 66-68 Victoria Street, S3 7QL Website: https://www.facebook.com/BeerInTheBath/ Time: From opening Cost: Free entry What: Bristol’s Arbor Ales showcase the best of their beer styles on cask all week. Tuesday 10th March Blend Kitchen Beer and Food Showcase Tues 10th March Where: Blend Kitchen CIC, 18 Pinstone Street Website: https://www.facebook.com/blendcookeatshare/ Time: Check website for opening hours Cost: Check menu in store What: We’re delighted to be showcasing a range of the finest Sheffield beers in a selection of specially crafted dishes this March as part of Sheffield Beer Week. As always, we’ll have a selection of beers from Sheffield’s leading breweries to enjoy with your meal. To book a table why not pop into Blend Kitchen or get in touch through Facebook or by email to blendcookeatshare@gmail.com Ones To Watch: Vault City & Pastore Brewing Tues 10th March Where: Hop Hideout, Unit 11, Kommune, 1-13 Angel Street, Sheffield. S3 8LN Website: http://www.hophideout.co.uk Time: From 12noon Cost: Free entry What: Bringing our ‘Ones To Watch’ series into focus for Sheffield Beer Week with two new mixed fermentation breweries we’re exited about in 2020! Vault City Brewing (Edinburgh) Pastore Brewing & Blending (Cambridge) REPORT THIS AD More details to follow….LINK To Øl and Gamma Tap Takeover Tues 10th March Where: The Rutland Arms, 86 Brown Street. S1 2BS Website: https://www.facebook.com/rutland.arms Time: From 12noon Cost: Free entry What: Our first event for Sheffield beer week, to coincide with the Danish theme at the Crow, will be 9 beers from To Øl and Gamma! To Øl, from Copenhagen, have been a staple of the craft beer world for year constantly making new and innovative styles. Gamma were established in 2015 and have recently made big waves in the uk market with well brewed super hoppy IPAs. THE BEER LIST: Head to Facebook event page to view Lost Industry Tap Celebrations Tues 10th March Where: Industry Tap, 85 Sidney street, Ground Floor Niche, S1 4RG Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2698972496884220/ Time: 4.30pm Cost: free entry What: Tuesday night sees the launch of Industrytaps Sheffield beer week celebrations. Starting with all things Sheffield we have oodles of Lost Industry brewing beers sours, small batch keg exclusives, pales, stouts and collaboration brews. This all supported by our friends Abbeydale and SMOD. Neon Raptor Meet the Brewer and Tap Takeover Tues 10th March Where: Triple Point Brewery, 178 Shoreham St. S1 4SQ Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/841436839616144/ Time: From 5pm Cost: Free entry What: To start our celebrations for Sheffield Beer Week we’ve got 5 amazing beers from the Nottingham based brewers and a special visit from one of the team to talk us through the beers. Tuesday night never sounded so good right?! Beers are to be announced so watch this space… Also, because it’s Tuesday Twisted Burger Company will be offering 50% off main attraction menu items so a great night of awesome beer and banging burgers! Duration Meet the Brewer Tues 10th March Where: The Greystones, Greystones Road. S11 7BS Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2435988749838502/ Time: From 7pm Cost: Free tickets, must register (link below) What: After the success of the 2019 Meet the Brewer at The Greystones, we are inviting Duration to join us for Sheffield Beer Week 2020. Coming from Norfolk, Duration will be showcasing some of their favorite beers along with a chance to hear from the brewer. Get your free tickets on the line below: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/duration-meet-the-brewer-sheffield-beer-week-tickets-94369412453 Beer and Sheffield Quiz Tues 10th March Where: Brewdog Sheffield, 108 Devonshire St. S3 7SF Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/854631968296859/ Time: From 8pm Cost: Free entry What: Know your Lea & Perrins from your Hendos? Then have we got the quiz for you! Join us during Sheffield Beer Week for the ultimate beer & Sheffield quiz! Prizes & rounds TBA Wednesday 11th March Postmoderfermism – Fantome & Alvinne TTO & Brewer’s Bottle Pour Wednesday 11th March Where: Shakespeares, 146-148 Gibraltar Street, S3 8UB Website:https://www.facebook.com/events/2522620881329378 Time: 12noon (Bottle Pour 6pm £) Cost: free entry What: Got some crazy, rare, and one off beers from two of our absolute favourite masters of modern Belgian funk. We’ll be announcing it soon but prepare yourselves for a yeast sensation. At 6pm there will be a bottle pour with Fantome Brewer, Mike as well where we will charge per pour, subject to interest on the night. He’s known for bringing his big dogs to these things so we strongly recommend you pop down. Industry Tap Celebrates Beer In Art With Lewis Ryan For Beer Week Wed 11th March Where: Industry Tap, 85 Sidney street, Ground Floor Niche, S1 4RG Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/652776535527173/ Time: 4.30pm Cost: free entry What: Wednesday night sees the second of Industry taps Sheffield beer week celebrations. Lewis Ryan will be talking beer art whilst also painting some original pieces. We will have oodles of Lost Industry brewing beers including sours, small batch keg exclusives, pales, stouts and collaboration brews. This all supported by our friends Abbeydale and SMOD. Little Earth Project Bottle Tasting Wednesday 11th March Where: The Crow Inn, 33 Scotland Street. S3 7BS Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/585586098703556/ Time: 7.30pm Cost: £12pp What: Little Earth Project are coming up to Sheffield on Wednesday 11th March for Sheffield beer week and Tom and Dani the brewery owners are bringing some big beers to the Crow Inn. We will be having a bottle tasting as well as 3 or more different kegs to the bottle tasting on draught to show the full range of what Little Earth Project can do. The Bottle tasting will be run by Tom and Dani and will include a vertical tasting of 3 years of their Russian Imperial stouts from 2016/ 2017/ 2018 as well as Jim Jam a new mixed fermentation dry hopped raspberry barleywine. Tickets for the tasting are £12 and it starts at 7.30pm, direct message us to reserve your place. Thursday 12th March Staggeringly Good Tap Takeover Thurs 12th March Where: Brewdog Sheffield, 108 Devonshire St. S3 7SF Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/499269047337557/ Time: From 12noon Cost: Free entry What: Awesome craft beer and dinosaur puns all the way from Portsmouth. Check the beer list out online. Beers pouring all day from opening. Siren Craft Brew Maiden, Sins and Virtues Launch Thurs 12th March Where: Hop Hideout, Unit 11, Kommune, 1-13 Angel Street. S3 8LN Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/127076195402857/ Time: From 12noon Cost: Free entry What: We’ve been keeping quiet about this BUT FINALLY 🙌🥰🍻 Maiden ‘19 and a bangin’ @SirenCraftBrew 7th birthday tap and bottle list coming March 12th during @SheffBeerWeek (we also started in 2013 so it kinda feels like a birthday for us too 😂) #si7en #sirencraftbrew #hophideout We will be rotating kegs through the day. But starting with Maiden, Sins and Virtues for sure. In addition to keeping a few back for our joint TTO with Siren and Salt Sat 14th March where members of the breweries will be joining us including the ace Lucy Clarke from Siren (The Abyssal Zone is the Siren x Salt collab and this will be on Sat 14th March). Head ot Facebook event for beer list. Pub and Industrial Heritage Walk Thursday 12th March Where: Fat Cat, 23 Alma Street, Kelham Island. S3 8SA Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pub-and-industrial-heritage-walk-sheffield-beer-week-2020-tickets-93146111527 Time: 4pm Cost: £3.50pp What: Part of Sheffield Beer Week 2020, join Dave Pickersgill for a talk and walk around Kelham Island and Neepsend! This walk starts at the Fat Cat pub in Kelham Island. After a short introduction, we will follow a 1.2 mile route. We will pass the oldest working brewery in Sheffield, a myriad of industrial sites, more breweries and a number of pubs before finishing at the Sheffield Brewery Company, close to the now derelict Cannon Brewery. Brewery staff will be available to allow you to purchase drinks. They will then take you on a short tour of this brewery. Established in 2006, the Sheffield Brewery Company are the 4th.oldest of the 23 breweries currently operating in Sheffield. Their site has a rich industrial heritage. Dave Pickersgill is the Pub Heritage Officer for Sheffield and District CAMRA, Editor of ‘Sheffield’s Real Heritage Pubs and was shortlisted for the 2018 Citizen Communicator Award (British Guild of Beer Writers). The third edition of the book is available as a free download. North Brew Co v Pressure Drop Thursday 12th March Where: Bar Stewards, 163 Gibraltar Street, S3 8UA Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/658775621562535/ Time: From 4pm Cost: Free entry What: Sheffield Beer Week is upon us again, and this year we’ve gone big! It’s North vs South as 2 of the best breweries in the UK join us to celebrate all things beery!🍻 Representing the North we have Leeds own North Brew Co. These guys have been banging out quality beers and in the last year or so have consistently produced some of the best beers we’ve had in the bar. From juicy pales, decadent stouts to insanely fruity Gose (which they’ve firmly made THEIR style in our humble opinion) these supremely talented brewers really do have it all. Braving the journey north from London we have Pressure Drop. We’re absolutely thrilled to have Pressure Drop pouring. Much like North Brew Co, we’ve been consistently blown away by their beers over the last 12 months and can’t wait to see what they do this year. Nottingham Showcase Thursday 12th March Where: Lost Industry Tap, Industry Tap, 85 Sidney street, Ground Floor Niche Website: https://www.facebook.com/LostIndustryTap/ Time: 4.30pm Cost: Free entry What: A Nottingham showcase from the Lost Industry Tap feature Liquid Light, Black Iris, Neon Raptor and Totally Brewed. Liquid Light will be launching their new collaboration with Lost Industry on the evening too, so head down for a relaxed meet the brewer session alongside. Sheffield Brewery Co Mini Tour Thursday 12th March Where: Sheffield Brewery Co, JC Albyn Complex, Unit 111, Percy Street, Neepsend, S3 8BT Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/245664673111875/ Time: From 5.30pm Cost: £5 plus booking TICKETS What: As a Sheffield Beer Week Special we are putting on mini-brewery tour and we will be donating 10p of every pint sold during the week and matching the total to the Edward Carpenter Charity. Step inside The Sheffield Brewery Company for behind the scenes access to the inner working of our unique and award-winning gravity-fed brewery and fascinating Victorian heritage building. Spend 15 minutes on our express brewery tour, hear about the brewing process, tour the nooks and crannies of our historic building and enjoy a pint (or a couple of halves) of one of our flagship beers. Mikkeller Baghaven Thursday 12th March Where: The Bath Hotel, 66-68 Victoria Street, S3 7QL Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/668653167239854/ Time: 6.30pm Cost: Free tickets must register What: Well Sheffield Beer Week has swung around again and this year we’ll be playing host to the fantastic Danish Brewery Mikkeller and a damn fine selection of fruity ales. Beer menu on Facebook event page. SheFest 2020: Women in Beer and Brewing Walking Tour *sold out* Thursday 12th March Where: Hop Hideout, Unit 11, Kommune, 1-13 Angel Street, Sheffield. S3 8LN Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/171740660742981/ Time: 7pm to 9pm Cost: Free entry What: Join Sheffield Beer Week director Jules Gray on this beer journey around Sheffield as she shares the intriguing history of women in beer and brewing. With Sheffield stories, people and places interwoven through the beer landscape. Meet at Hop Hideout – where you will greeted and provided with a third of beer included in the ticket price. The walking tour will then visit The Crow, Shakespeares and Kelham Island Tavern. There will be time at each venue to purchase a drink; if participants would like to. This event is for +18 years of age, photo ID may be asked for on arrival, please bring along with you to the event. The tour is 2 hours. Part of SheFest 2020 https://events.ticketsforgood.co.uk/events/1798-shefest-2020-women-in-beer-and-brewing-walking-tour-hosted-by-sheffield-beer-week Marble Meet the Brewer and Tap Takeover Thursday 12th March Where: Hallamshire House, 49-51 Commonside. S10 1GF Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1414384142069745/ Time: From 7pm Cost: Free tickets, must register (link below) What: Brewing up a storm since 1997, Marble Brewery is a microbrewery based in the heart of Manchester. They specialise in innovative cask, keg, can and bottled beer, as well as revitalising historic British styles. Marble will be joining us as part of Sheffield Beer Week 2020. Watch this space for updates on all the delightful beers we’ll be enjoying that week, and join us on Thursday 12th to meet the brewer! There is no entry fee involved for any of this, just the chance to taste and learn about a legendary family run UK brewery, so follow the link on this page to secure your place, limited spaces available! LINK Mikkeller Baghaven Thursday 12th March Where: The Stag’s Head, 15 Psalter Lane, S11 8YN Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/841929059580657/ Time: 8pm Cost: Free tickets must register What: Join us for an amazing beer tasting event with Baghaven/ Mikkeller on Thursday the 12th of March as part of the Sheffield Beer Week event. Beer menu on Facebook event. We also have an amazing sharing board to accompany the beers- Forest focaccia, homemade honey spiced nuts, crispy red onion cheese twists, tomato and wild garlic chutney and mixed olives V £12 Polly’s Showcase Thursday 12th March Where: Jabbarwocky, 308 London Road. Sheffield. S2 4NA Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/971819106547499/ Time: From 8.00pm Cost: Free entry What: Hot off the heels of our Wylam TTO, we’re showcasing three hop heavy juice-bombs from Polly’s on keg. Plus more to be announced. We’ll also be running our Beer Week special food menu with plans for stout-glazed sticky ribs, beer cheese dumplings and more! Friday 13th March Newcastle Beer Showcase Tap Takeover Friday 13th March Where: KIT, 62 Russell street , Kelham Island, S3 8RW Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/194708241906690/ Time: 12noon Cost: free entry What: In Conjunction with Sheffield Beer Week 2020, we are hosting a ‘Newcastle Beer Showcase’ offering some of the best breweries from the North East including; 1) Almasty Brewing Co 2) Wylam Brewery 3) By The River Brew Co 4) Alpha Delta 5) Errent Brewery And more to be added! REPORT THIS AD So get yourself down from 12pm to try some delicious cask and Keg beers from these fantastic breweries! Mikkeller and Warpigs Tap Takeover Friday 13th March Where: The Crow Inn, 33 Scotland Street. S3 7BS Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/521314815176379/ Time: From 12noon Cost: Free entry What: Since we opened we have been chatting to Mikkeller about doing something special, and we agreed that Sheffield Beer Week 2020 seems like the perfect time. From Mikkeller we have a ridiculous list of huge, flavour-filled stouts and fruity and/or vegetabley sours. We have also managed to get hold of three beers from juicy IPA masters, WarPigs, a collaboration microbrewery between Mikkeller and Americans 3 Floyds. Thom the UK ambassador for Mikkeller will also be here all evening to talk about all things beer. Our keg list for Friday 13th March: check the event page on Facebook. Collabracadabra – Shakespeare’s Collab Brew Fest Friday 13th March Where: Shakespeares, 146-148 Gibraltar Street, S3 8UB Sheffield Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1095343370804046/ Time: From 12noon Cost: Free entry What: COLLABRACADABRA ALACASKZAM Remember when we did that beer festival in December with a load of mad beers? Well, we really enjoyed it so we thought we’d do another (slightly smaller) one – but rather than pestering our favourite brewers for their wildest casks, we decided to ask if we could come and help brew up some magic ourselves. Lucie will be attending 13 brew days in the space of 1 month, travelling a total of 1198 miles, and taking as many other shakey staff along as possible! HUGE thanks to everyone whose agreed to let us come and chuck some hops about. We are very excited. Saint Mars of the Desert Taproom Opening Friday 13th March Where: The Brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert, 90 Stevenson Road. S9 3XG Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2619638681656493/ Time: From 2pm Cost: Free entry What: It’s been a long winter but it’s almost at an end. Spring is coming, and we’re opening the taproom for the year on March 13th/14th, so get yourselves to Attercliffe for a fresh beer from Mars! We’ll be pouring Bambam, Pinocchio Pils, Fieldmouse’s Farewell, along with our new collaboration with Track, Cydonia, and maybe something else new??? Also, this is Sheffield Beer Week! As part of that, the Hop Hideout Mikkeller running club will be jogging over on Saturday at noon so if you fancy a bit of exercise before your beer, join them, everyone’s welcome! Pub and Industrial Heritage Walk Friday 13th March Where: Fat Cat, 23 Alma Street, Kelham Island. S3 8SA Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pub-and-industrial-heritage-walk-sheffield-beer-week-2020-tickets-82367514453 Time: 2pm Cost: £3.50pp What: Part of Sheffield Beer Week 2020, join Dave Pickersgill for a talk and walk around Kelham Island and Neepsend! This walk starts at the Fat Cat pub in Kelham Island. After a short introduction, we will follow a 1.2 mile route. We will pass the oldest working brewery in Sheffield, a myriad of industrial sites, more breweries and a number of pubs before finishing at the Sheffield Brewery Company, close to the now derelict Cannon Brewery. Brewery staff will be available to allow you to purchase drinks. They will then take you on a short tour of this brewery. Established in 2006, the Sheffield Brewery Company are the 4th.oldest of the 23 breweries currently operating in Sheffield. Their site has a rich industrial heritage. Dave Pickersgill is the Pub Heritage Officer for Sheffield and District CAMRA, Editor of ‘Sheffield’s Real Heritage Pubs and was shortlisted for the 2018 Citizen Communicator Award (British Guild of Beer Writers). The third edition of the book is available as a free download. Queer Beer Tap Takeover Friday 13th March Where: The Devonshire Cat, 49 Wellington St. S1 4HG Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/734579970403969/ Time: From 5pm Cost: Free entry What: In concurrence with Sheffield Beer Week’s theme of inclusivity and diversity we’re proud to be hosting a Tap Takeover with an important message. Not only will we be hosting a launch party for “Not Just a Phase” – a Sheffield Beer Week collaboration beer between Abbeydale, Out and About and The Queer Brewing Project but we’ll also be pouring a variety of other beers that have been brewed by LGBT+ people. All are welcome for a night of celebration of the underrepresented LGBT beer community. Sheffield Brewery Co Mini Tour Friday 13th March Where: Sheffield Brewery Co, JC Albyn Complex, Unit 111, Percy Street, Neepsend, S3 8BT Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/245664673111875/ Time: From 5.30pm Cost: £5 plus booking TICKETS What: As a Sheffield Beer Week Special we are putting on mini-brewery tour and we will be donating 10p of every pint sold during the week and matching the total to the Edward Carpenter Charity. Step inside The Sheffield Brewery Company for behind the scenes access to the inner working of our unique and award-winning gravity-fed brewery and fascinating Victorian heritage building. Spend 15 minutes on our express brewery tour, hear about the brewing process, tour the nooks and crannies of our historic building and enjoy a pint (or a couple of halves) of one of our flagship beers. Beer! The Best Film Ever Brewed + Q&A & After Party Friday 13th March Where: Showroom Cinema, Showroom & Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row. S1 2BX Website:https://www.facebook.com/events/2651638554956386/ Time: From 6pm Cost: £5 plus booking TICKETS What: Join us for a very special Sheffield screening and the UK premiere of ‘Beer! The Best Film Ever Brewed’, a brand-new documentary which takes a deep dive into the international beer industry and the second most consumed beverage on the planet. While the film examines beer the world over, the story behind this documentary started in Sheffield, when the director attended Doc/Fest and came up with the concept in none other than The Rutland Arms – a stone’s throw from the Showroom. The screening will be followed by a special Q&A session hosted by Sheffield Beer Week, with the film’s director Friedrich Moser and producer Maarten Schmidt, alongside a panel of industry professionals from the Sheffield and UK beer scene. The event will be followed by an after-party in the Showroom Bar, with a special selection of local brews available on tap. This event is brought to you in partnership with Sheffield Beer Week, Sheffield Doc/Fest, Showroom Cinema and Marketing Sheffield. Saturday 14th March Sheffield Mikkeller Running Club 5th Birthday Shakeout Saturday 14th March Where: Hop Hideout, Unit 11, Kommune, 1-13 Angel Street, Sheffield. S3 8LN Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/899215710494730/ Time: 11.30am Cost: Free entry What: Join the Sheffield Mikkeller Chapter for their 5th Birthday during the annual Sheffield Beer Week. Gentle 5km starting from Hop Hideout and heading up to friends Saint Mars of the Desert brewery. After a celebration at Saint Mars, return run to Hop Hideout. On return enjoy the Siren x Salt Joint Tap Takeover – check separate event for details. All levels and abilities welcome, friendly group, all welcome. Free to join in. Saint Mars of the Desert Taproom Opening Saturday 14th March Where: The Brewery of Saint Mars of the Desert, 90 Stevenson Road. S9 3XG Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/2619638681656493/ Time: From 12noon Cost: Free entry What: It’s been a long winter but it’s almost at an end. Spring is coming, and we’re opening the taproom for the year on March 13th/14th, so get yourselves to Attercliffe for a fresh beer from Mars! We’ll be pouring Bambam, Pinocchio Pils, Fieldmouse’s Farewell, along with our new collaboration with Track, Cydonia, and maybe something else new??? Also, this is Sheffield Beer Week! As part of that, the Hop Hideout Mikkeller running club will be jogging over on Saturday at noon so if you fancy a bit of exercise before your beer, join them, everyone’s welcome! Cloudwater Tap Takeover Saturday 14th March Where: The Rutland Arms, 86 Brown Street. S1 2BS Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/123672379063554/ Time: From 12noon Cost: Free entry What: For our second beer week event we’ll be sticking a lot closer to home with Manchester brewery Cloudwater across cask and keg. Cloudwater are one of the best breweries in the UK and have a huge place in the beer industry. We aren’t 100% on what beers we’ll have yet but we will have 5 casks and about 7 kegs available on the day, with pales, sours and stouts! Siren x Salt Beer Factory Joint Tap Takeover Saturday 14th March Where: Hop Hideout, Unit 11, Kommune, 1-13 Angel Street, Sheffield. S3 8LN Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1417156841788611/ Time: From 1pm Cost: Free entry What: Join us in welcoming recent collaborators, Siren Craft Brewery and Salt Beer Factory, to Hop Hideout for this joint tap takeover. More details to come… Food and Beer Tour (Kelham Island Food Tours) Saturday 14th March Where: Kelham Island Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/270448220596761/ Time: From 2.30pm Cost: £45 plus booking included beer and food (details on event). TICKETS What: To celebrate Sheffield Beer Week, we are running a special Food & Beer Tour, centred around 5 beer institutions in the area. This walking tour of Kelham Island is a fun, social and informative way to get an insider’s guide on what the area has to offer, meet some of the people behind the scenes and sample some of best beer and food in the city. Kelham Island is famous for its real ale pubs and is at the heart of Sheffield’s brewing heritage. The Food & Beer Tour focuses on beer brewed in the Steel City and food pairings from some of the great local producers in the area. All food and drink provided on the tour is included in the price of your ticket. Sunday 15th March Crispy Boi Wind Down Lager Fest Sunday 15th March Where: Shakespeares, 146-148 Gibraltar Street, S3 8UB Sheffield Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/3480262792045370/ Time: From 12noon Cost: Free entry What: We figured after a week of huge joose, mad stouts, and a lot of crazy funk you all might fancy a nice little crispy wind down. We’ve sourced some of the world’s best lagers so you can wrap up your Sheffield Beer Week with a lovely, refreshing, pint of quality fizz. List of lagers to be released soon. Duration Pours and Plates Sunday 15th March Where: The Stag’s Head, 15 Psalter Lane, S11 8YN Website: https://www.facebook.com/thestagshead2/ Time: From opening Cost: Free entry, check menus for pricing What: First pour of two new beers paired with small plates available all day.
  25. Was announced as a landslip at the north end of Sheffield station, track all repaired and trains running normally now, earlier than expected. whilst the trains weren't able to run, Supertram was accepting valid train tickets between Sheffield, Meadowhall and Rotherham Central, where Northern services were commencing.
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