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The Beer House, Sheffield - pub details

Beer House

Address: 623 Ecclesall Road, Hunters Bar, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S11 8PT [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Sheffield (1.8 miles), Dore (3.1 miles), Darnall (4.1 miles)

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user reviews of the Beer House, Sheffield

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Tidy little micro-pub that reminded me of The Sparrow in Bradford. Think coffee shop style layout and atmosphere but with people drinking craft beers and real ales instead of teas and coffees. Both the ales I tried were well kept. Great place for an afternoon pint in an unpretentious and un-threatening environment. If I was going to be ultra critical I would say the toilet facilities leave a bit to be desired and the missus would probably get bored with only the 1 real cider on. I really hope this place succeeds though as it makes a refreshing change from your average pub. I did not miss the lack of a tv, infact it was nice not to have Sky Sports rammed down your throat as you do in most pubs...
undeaded - 6 Apr 2015 22:43
It's hard to compare this excellent establishment with a typical British pub as it's more comparable with a continental bar. However, it has six well kept real ales on draught, friendly staff, civilised punters, no music, fruit machines or food and that scores 100% with me. I spent a very enjoyable afternoon here and I will return as soon and as often as I can. Best of luck with the venture.
vladtheimbiber - 16 Feb 2015 19:40
Previously a bead shop, then a (thankfully short-lived) e-cigarette emporium, the Beer House on Eccleshall Road opened at the end of 2014. It has a shop's layout, two rooms with a raised seating area to the rear and a bar with five draught ales at the front. It has no television, no music, no fruit machines and food is limited to nuts in bags. And it's excellent. Not only do you have to go outside if you want a ciggie, the pavement is also full of customers trying to get a mobile phone signal. There's also a disconcerting sign on an emergency exit with instructions on what todo in case of flood. Strange, because the place is on a hill. Basic pub games and a friendly barman who doesn't mind explaining the rules of backgammon - or at least where all the pieces go. .

A good and varied mix of beer-lovering clientele on a Saturday afternoon were enjoying a small selection of exceptionally well-kept local ales, including two from Fugglebunny in Killamarsh. The Stancill Blonde (3.9%) was superb - hoppy, fresh yet well-rounded - and the Fuggle Bunny Russian Rarebit (5.0%) rich and wholesome.

If all you want is good beer in pleasant surroundings, you can't go wrong at the Beer House. Faultless.
Torqueback - 15 Jan 2015 17:30

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