Craft Beer Bars In Sheffield

Home to some of the most exciting independent breweries in the UK, this city has flown the flag for great pints for generations now. From IPAs and stouts to sours and lagers, there's some seriously flavourful sips for you to sample, so we've rounded up some of the best craft beer pubs in Sheffield so you know exactly where to go to get them.

The Graduate, Sheffield

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A friendly student pub in Sheffield, The Graduate boasts a whole host of board games, gaming machines and pool tables to keep you entertained all night. With a selection of craft cans available too, you can get onto a winning streak while you sink your favourite brewed beer.

Lescar Sheffield

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A traditional pub in Kelham Island, The Lescar is a go-to if you're looking for great craft beer in Sheffield. A top shout for post-work or weekend pints, their taps boast a changing line-up of local brews and real ales, along with a calm and cosy atmosphere to enjoy them in.

Fronting a long and exciting list of quality sips, this Division Street bar is one of the best places for craft beer in Sheffield. Grab a seat in this former fire station and get to tasting a range of eclectic pints, perfect for pairing with juicy burgers and some moreish snacks.

Arguably the first craft beer and real ale pub in Sheffield, The Fat Cat has been serving up pints from the Kelham Island Brewery since the early 90s. One of the most beloved bars in Kelham Island, the venue still boasts an impressive tap selection of local pints and a few from further afield.

If you're looking for some of the best craft beer at Cutlery Works, you'll want to make a beeline for Boozehound. Their ethos has always been about connecting people to the best breweries in Sheffield, which is why you'll find a stellar line-up of fresh pints and cans from the likes of Abbeydale, Little Critters, Thornbridge and more.

One of the best craft beer and real ale pubs in Sheffield, The Rutland Arms is the place to seek out if you're on the hunt for curious pints and rare brews to drink. The city centre pubs boasts a beer garden and an ever-changing range of cask and keg options, which their brilliant bartenders are more than happy to talk you through.

An iconic pub near Sheffield station, this gorgeous spot is known for its internationally-inspired selection of beers. Offering fresh pints from across the globe, The Sheffield Tap houses 11 handpulls as well as 14 different keg beers, including some enticing options from their onsite brewery, Tapped Brew Co.

A hop haven on Abbeydale Road, Two Thirds are the bar and bottleshop all craft brew lovers will want on their radar. This sleek taproom offers a range of fresh-pulled pints for you to enjoy inside the venue or on their streetside terrace, as well as bucket-loads of beers available to takeaway.