Sheffield brewers & Co! Tap Takeover for Sheffield Beer Week.
14th — 18th of March 2018
A showcase of beers from our 5 favourite Sheffield breweries. Fresh collaborations plus there own specials alongside! Showing off how vibrant the Sheffield beer community is with a whole bunch of crazy goings on including The Old Workshops very first Collaboration.
Jim at Lost Industry was kind enough to let Marija and Jay loose on his mini kit to brew Unsaisonal a 4.7% Summerfruits sour Saison! We’re all really excited to try it as we’re sure you are, Jim assures us it’s a belter as he’s already had a cheeky sup straight from the CT.
Alongside also expect to see a whole host of exceptional beers from Cloudwater, Verdant, Redchurch, Burnt Mill, BBNo, Pressure Drop, Time & Tide, Track, Gipsy Hill, Burning Sky, The Kernel, Wiper & True, Almasty, Turning Point, Arbor, Blackjack, Siren and Bexar County
The kitchen will be in full swing so watch this space for what Pinchos combinations we come up with to accompany this stunning array of beers to celebrate Sheffield Beer Week
Neepsend brewery will also be hosting the SBW closing party at the launch of there new Brewery Tap from 3pm a minutes walk away from The Old Workshop and and will be heading over to us after to put a cap on the week
Hope to see you all very soon cheers The Old Workshop
(Sheffield Beer descriptions below)
4th Shade of Pale 4.6 % Sorachi hops & chilli pale ale
Steel City Brewing
Wine In Silence 5.5% Transatlantic pale ale brewed with white
grapes, dry hopped with Galaxy then white wine barrel aged
Grapefruit pale ale 4.6%
Lost Industry Sour Line…
Lost Industry/The Old Workshop
Unsaisonal 4.7% Summerfruits sour Saison
Lesley (Lost Industry)/Jules (Hop Hideout)/Hannah (Neepsend)/
Kara (Devonshire Cat)
Emmaline (after Emily Pankhurst) 5.2% Pomelo and Chinook sour
Lost Industry/Steel City/Neepsend
Medusa 5.0% dry hopped Citra & Rakau sour
Mojito sour 5.3%
Blackjack/Hop Hideout/Black Sheep Store
The Choice Is Yours 6.9% Export Porter
Three way collaboration with Hop Hideout, Black Sheep Store and
Blackjack Beers. Heritage recipe export porter with a blend of 7 different malts and uk hops (Goldings, Admiral & Cluster) for dark chocolate notes and blackberry fruity bitterness.
Steel City Brewing
The Blood The Wine The Roses 6.8% vinuous blended Stout Brewed with Muscovado sugar then Bordeaux barrel aged with roses.
Abbeydale Brewery/Ron Pattinson(beer historian)/Jules(SBW/Hop Hideout)
1868 Strong Scotch Ale 10.3%
From an 1868 William Younger No 1 recipe, which in today's terms would probably be labelled a barley wine. At the time, this would have been described as a Scotch Ale, an Edinburgh Ale, or simply (and pretty accurately!) as a Strong Ale. Weighing in at a hefty 10.3% Originally created by Younger's in the 1850s, their No 1 “King of Ales” continued to be made for a full century, although it underwent many recipe changes throughout this period. Abbeydale and co have kept it as close as possible to the 1868 version of the recipe, with a few small amendments due to modern constraints.