The Campaign for Real Ale has over 190,000 members from around the world, and each year, they release a book.
The Good Beer Guide by CAMRA is the definitive guide to all the best pubs across towns and cities in the UK and helps people discover pubs that supply real ales.
As CAMRA celebrates its 50th anniversary, we’ve revealed the top 10 pubs in Sheffield that made the list this year.
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5. 4. Brothers Arms
A classic and traditional local pub, serving eight real ales, with two regular beers and six changing guests, together with a real cider.
6. 1. The Sheffield Tap
The Sheffield Tap, at Sheffield railway station in the city centre, is a 'busy station bar in a restored Edwardian refreshment room, popular for its extensive range of international beers.
7. 2. The Rutland Arms
The Rutland Arms supplies beers mostly from local and regional microbreweries and features an interior covered with pump clips and font badges from the number of guest beers that have been served in the pub over the years.
Photo: Glenn Ashley
8. 8. The Beer Engine
The Beer Engine, on Cemetery Road, is a traditional-style multi-roomed pub with a good atmosphere.
The five changing hand-pulled beers at the pub come from a mix of microbreweries in Sheffield and across the country.
Photo: Andrew Roe