Tony Duke from Craft n Berry and Jules Gray from Hop Hideout, who also helps to organise Sheffield Beer Week and Indie Beer Feast, are on the committee for the event, which will take place on Saturday, July 17.
Similar to Record Shop Day, Indie Beer Shop Day (IBSD) will see the owners of over 80 beer shops from across the country come together to celebrate their independent ethos and unique community.
A spokesperson for IBSD said: “We hope to welcome everyone along on the day for celebrations across the physical and virtual high street.
“Expect events, exclusive beer collaborations and more throughout the day across the whole of the UK; from Perth to Truro, from Whitley Bay to Cardiff, Yorkshire and everywhere in between.”
Sheffield is home to a wide selection of beer shops, and a number also allow beer to be drank on the premises.
Scroll through to see whether your favourite is included on our list.
1. The Dram Shop on Commonside, Crookesmoor
The Dram Shop stocks a wide range of local, regional, national and international beers, as well as an extensive array of whiskies, wines, spirits and liqueurs. The friendly staff are always happy to help anyone overwhelmed by the amount of choice. Visit https://twitter.com/thedramshopuk for more information.
2. Banner Hops at Silver Hill shops, Banner Cross
The independent bottle shop opened on the eve of the second national lockdown last winter by Sophie Wood, a graduate from the School of Artisan Food who previously owned the award-winning Nottingham-based business Barmies - a producer of an innovative fermented baked beer snacks. The shop sells a selection of local ales, craft beers, cider, European beers, wines from around the world and a small collection of gin from both Derbyshire and Yorkshire. Visit https://www.bannerhops.co.uk/ for more information.
3. Beer Central, The Moor Market
Sheffield-made beers are pictured on sale at Beer Central, which packs a large array of local, national and international craft beers, real ales & ciders into their unit on the market. For more information please visit: https://www.facebook.com/BeerCentralLtd
Photo: Alex Moore
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Hop Hideout, which was named the winner of the ‘Independent Retailer’ category of the Sheffield City Centre Retail Awards last December, sells a wide, and regularly rotating, range of craft beers. They also operate as a taproom. Pictured is owner Jules Gray. To view their online shop, please visit: https://www.hophideout.co.uk/
Photo: Hop Hideout at Kommune food hall in the city centre