The recent sunny spell had many of us heading for the pub in seach of some sunshine and liquid refreshment.
And what better way to combine than two than head to a Sheffield pub where you can enjoy the best of both worlds?
It goes without saying that the city has some of the best hostelries and bars in Britan - with all tastes catered for.
But a pub with a beer garden is even better - and we’ve come up with our pictorial guide to some of the ones we think are the city’s best.
Whether its a lively city centre joint with just a few tables or a relaxing country style pub on the outskirts of the city, we’ve covered all bases and catered for all tastes in our rundown of 20 Sheffield favourites.
If you are venturing down to Kelham Island to sample some real ale in olde worlde surroundings, there’s the Fat Cat and Kelham Island Tavern, while back in the centre of town, the likes of the Red Deer and Rutland Arms are both great places to enjoy an al fresco pint or two.
Further out, the likes of the Norfolk Arms at Ringinglow and Old Horns at Bradfield are both places where you can sit outside, watch the world go by and also take in some stunning scenery of Sheffield’s rolling hills and valleys too.
Places like that are always packed come summer when there’s no better way of watching the sun set over the city as you slowly down a cool, refreshing beer or two.
We’ve tried to cater for all and cover all bases with our gallery.
How many can you tick off as having visited and is your favourite among them?
And if you haven’t visited, make a date and make sure you get along this summer!
You can also tell us your favourites - and the ones you think should be included in our rundown!