Exit Thirty3 brewery is well showed .. Had the hop monster that was just ok .. Large single room close too many others better pubs ..
jjsint (508) Cambridge, England | January 10, 2016| Updated January 26, 2016
Impressive alehouse next to the River Don. British beer is represented quite well in cask and keg, although the cask is mostly dedicated to the Exit 33 brewery. The bottle selection is US led but definitely worth exploring, and there’s a handful of ciders as well. Not the best pub in the area but certainly worth inclusion in a local crawl.
A traditional town pub, quite large and fairly nondescript but quite relaxed and comfortable, catering for a middle aged crowd. The beers were in good condition and there was a good range of both beers and ciders. I took photos of the beer list but unfortunately I didn’t make many notes because we were too busy giggling like schoolgirls and boys about the name of one of the beers. I won’t say which one because you really had to be there and, apart from that, it might (a) sound puerile and / or (b) set me off again.
(Visited 16 February 2015).
Located just a couple of minutes away from the Fat Cat and all the rest of the Kelham Island pubs. Large single room pub with a fairly unremarkable interior. There’s 8 beers available on cask, plus a few crafty options on keg and in bottles. On my visit there were quite a few Brew Co beers available plus some stuff from microbreweries I had never heard of. The food was generous in size, if a bit expensive. The roast was of good quality, but quite salty. The service was very helpful, patient. Note that this place is cash only. I was unaware of this, and the bar staff were only too happy to let me leave the pub to find a cash machine after I had already had a few beers. No place in London would ever be so trusting! Overall, this is definitely a worthy stop on a Sheffield crawl.
Lovely, large, wooden furnitured boozer, with good foreign keg and Brew Co beers on handpull. Lovely feel to this place, and yet again (for Sheffield) a great pub, which is both traditional and forward looking.
Whenever we are in Sheffield, we get around this pub. They have 8 taps, often with beers from the micros in the area. A few time during the year they have their own little festival going on. They do traditionel pub foods. Very nice and cosy place.