Sheffield Pub of the Month

Our pub of the month awards are designed to highlight and support pubs and bars across Sheffield and district that consistently serve good quality real ale in a friendly and comfortable environment.

These are the only real principle we apply, so anything from a community local to a trendy city bar can win if it meets CAMRA’s basic ideals. If you are a CAMRA member why not pay a visit to some of the nominated pubs and vote whether you think they deserve to win or not.

However a few little notes:

  • the pub must have been serving real ale for a year or more and under the current management for at least 6 months – this is to ensure they have a proven track record before we give them an award!
  • You must have visited the pub in the last couple of months to vote for or against it – so you are judging it based on actual experience.
  • You cannot nominate or vote for a pub that you own or work at – we don’t want to be accused of bias!
  • It isn’t a competition between the nominated pubs – simply vote yes or no to as many pubs as you like on the list.
  • If you are nominating a pub, please if you can, have a chat with the landlord/manager before filling in the form, not only so you have all the correct information but also so they know they have been nominated and can encourage the CAMRA members that are regular customers to vote for them! Also please use the comments box on the form to add some comments as to what you like about the pub  – we can use this in publicity if they win.

Previous Winners

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

  • December: Red Deer, City Centre
  • November: Red Lion, City Centre
  • October: Cider Pub of the Year – Harlequin, City Centre
  • September: New Inn, Gleadless
  • July: Harlequin, City Centre
  • June: Mount Pleasant, Norton Woodseats
  • May: Pub of the Year – Shakespeares, West Bar
  • May: District Pub of the Year – Anglers Rest, Millers Dale
  • April: Rutland Arms, City Centre
  • January: 10 years in the Good Beer Guide – New Barrack Tavern, Hillsborough

2012

  • December: Shakespeares, West Bar
  • October: Cider Pub of the Year – Rutland Arms
  • August: Blake Hotel, Walkley
  • June: York, Broomhill
  • May: Red Deer, City Centre
  • April: Henry’s, City Centre
  • March: Special Award – Interval Cafe Bar, University of Sheffield Student Union
  • February: Old Crown, Handsworth

2011

  • December: Cider Pub of the Year – Harlequin, City Centre
  • November: Wellington, Shalesmoor
  • October: Ship Inn, Shalesmoor
  • August: Gardeners Rest, Neepsend
  • May: Harlequin, City Centre
  • April: Red Lion, Litton
  • February: Sheffield Tap, City Centre
  • January: Rutland Arms, City Centre

2010

  • December: Commercial Inn, Chapeltown
  • October: Anglers Rest, Millers Dale
  • September: Fat Cat, Kelham Island
  • June: Rising Sun, Nether Green
  • May: Pub of the Year – Kelham Island Tavern
  • March: Walkley Cottage, Walkley
  • February: Plough Inn, Low Bradfield
  • January: New Barrack Tavern, Hillsborough

2009

  • December: Nags Head, Loxley
  • October: Lord Nelson, City Centre
  • September: Rawson Spring, Hillsborough
  • May: Harlequin, City Centre
  • April: Fox & Duck, Broomhill
  • February: Wellington, Netherthorpe

2008

  • December: Bath Hotel, City Centre
  • November: Anglers Rest, Millers Dale
  • October: University Arms, City Centre
  • July: Plough, Low Bradfield
  • June: 10 years in the Good Beer Guide – Commercial Inn, Chapeltown
  • May: Ranmoor Inn, Ranmoor
  • May: 10 years in the Good Beer Guide – Cocked Hat, Attercliffe
  • April: Coach & Horses, Dronfield
  • March: Hillsborough Hotel
  • February: Dove & Rainbow, City Centre
  • January: 20 years in the Good Beer Guide – Fat Cat, Kelham Island

2007

  • December: Harlequin, City Centre
  • November: Commercial, Chapeltown
  • October: Rising Sun, Nether Green
  • September: Wig & Pen, City Centre
  • August: Grouse, Longshaw
  • July: Cobden View, Crookes
  • June: Fagans, City Centre
  • January: Jolly Farmer, Dronfield Woodhouse

2006

  • December: Cheshire Cheese, Hope
  • November: Red Deer, City Centre
  • October: Corner Pin, Pitsmoor
  • September: Country Pub of the Year – Monsal Head Hotel
  • September: Devonshire Cat, City Centre
  • August: Three Tuns, City Centre
  • July: Millstone, Hathersage
  • June: Pub of the Year – Kelham Island Tavern
  • June: Old Queens Head, City Centre
  • May: Sheaf View, Heeley
  • April: Special Award – 197 Club, City Centre
  • April: New Barrack Tavern, Hillsborough
  • March: Ranmoor Inn, Ranmoor
  • February: Carlton, Attercliffe
  • January: Chantry, Woodseats

2005

  • December: Silver Fox, Stocksbridge
  • November: Museum, City Centre
  • August: Anvil, Stannington
  • July: Riverside, City Centre
  • June: Hillsborough Hotel, Langsett Road
  • May: Pub of the Year – Kelham Island Tavern
  • April: Walkley Cottage, Walkley.
  • March: Carlton, Attercliffe
  • February: Queen Anne Inn, Great Hucklow
  • January: Commercial, Chapeltown

2004

  • November: Frog & Parrot, City Centre.
  • October: Special Award – Classic Rock Bar
  • September: New Barrack Tavern, Hillsborough.
  • August: Cheshire Cheese, Hope.
  • July: Sportsman, Walkley.
  • June: Sheaf View, Heeley.
  • May: Pub of the Year – Kelham Island Tavern
  • March: 10 years in the Good Beer Guide – Cask & Cutler, Shalesmoor.
  • February: Freedom House, Walkley
  • January: Castle Inn, Bradway

2003

  • December: Fat Cat , Kelham Island.
  • November: Cobden View, Crookes
  • October: Bath Hotel, Sheffield Centre.
  • September: Star Inn, Tideswell.
  • August: Fagans, Broad Lane, Sheffield Centre.
  • July: Bridge, Calver
  • June: Pub Heritage Awards – Conservation Category –  Bath Hotel
  • May:  Kelham Island Tavern, Kelham Island.
  • April: Pub of the Year – Fat Cat, Kelham Island.
  • March: Rutland Arms, Sheffield City Centre

2002

  • December: Red Deer, Sheffield City Centre
  • November: Regional Pub of the Year runner up – The Hillsborough Hotel
  • October: Packhorse, Little Longstone
  • September: New Crown, Handsworth
  • August: Devonshire Cat, Sheffield City Centre
  • July: Red Lion, Litton
  • June: Monsal Head Hotel, Little Longstone
  • May: Pub of the Year – Hillsborough Hotel, Langsett Road
  • April: Commercial, Chapeltown
  • March: Fat Cat, Alma Street
  • February: Sportsman, Lodge Moor
  • January: Star & Garter, Winter Street

2001

  • December: White Lion, Heeley
  • November: Hillsborough Hotel, Langsett Road
  • October: Gardener’s Rest, Neepsend
  • September: Sheaf View, Heeley
  • August: Rock, Pitsmoor
  • July: Cheshire Cheese, Hope
  • June: Pub of the Year – Cask & Cutler
  • May: Cocked Hat, Attercliffe
  • April: Noah’s Ark, Crookes
  • March: Old Heavygate Inn, Walkley
  • February: Castle Inn, Bradway

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