Why Sheffield has become the micropub capital of the UK



Sheffield has been a city synonymous with beer for many years. Be it the old prominent breweries such as Ward’s and Stone’s or the independent brewing revival kicked off in 1990 by Kelham Island Brewery. It’s been deemed the real ale capital of the UK, and some of its pubs were picked out by the New York Times as a destination guide in 2015. In 2016 a University of Sheffield report showed a huge spike in new breweries and microbreweries, stating that 23 of the city’s 57 breweries had opened in the last five years.
However, in the years since that report, not only have more new breweries... read more

 
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