This pub sets the benchmark for station bars the world over - possibly even bars full stop! Outstanding beer selection including specials and rarities you won’t find anywhere else. Great staff, wonderful decor and ambience. Win!
I love the Sheffield Tap so much I have been known to take the train from Nottingham and never leave Sheffield Station! They have the best bottled beer selection of any pub I’ve been to in the UK, as well as an excellent range of both cask and keg beers. They have the full range of Thornbridge’s superb ales, as well as a selection of guest ales usually from one brewery at a time. In addition, they have unusual keg selections for the region such as Meantime IPA and an American guest beer (Left Hand Imperial Stout last time I was there). There is a friendly atmosphere, and what’s more, they sell takeaway containers so you have have a cheeky Jaipur on the train home!
My favourite bar in Sheffield. Hard to find any faults. I visit once a week when possible and there’s also something on cask and keg that i’ve never tried before. Good range of Thornbridge on cask as well as several from breweries such as Darkstar, marble and Magic rock. Several craft keg taps, usually a Brewdog and some U.S craft. Huge bottle list inc. end of history (which you can see above the bar). Laid back atmosphere, which is suprising considering how busy the place usually is. Staff are friendly, helpfull, knowledgable and know how to pour a great pint. Only slight downside is that it can be a little pricey, but you get what you pay for. I’d recoommend this place to any visitor to Sheffield.
When walking through the door I’m met with the anticipation of a child in a sweetshop. In my opinion, outside of maybe London and Manchester, this place is second to none in the UK. A perfect blend of Keg and Cask, knowledgeable bar staff and the decor really make this place special.
AleManTom (10) Chapel en le Frith, England | August 21, 2011| Updated December 19, 2011
Probably one of my favourite pubs to go in. Ok, your taking upwards of £2.80 a pint and beyond £4 for the likes of Thornbridge Geminus Rye PA which I paid £2.25 for a half of. But its in a convienient location and its somewhere you’d sit all-day and enjoy the beer, which there is a HUGE selection of and relax. This is a must visit for any serious ale drinker, it is not cheap by any means but the beer served is of the highest quality.