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The Beehive, Sheffield

240 West Street
Sheffield
S1 4EU
Phone: 01142798018

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Graham Coombs left this review about The Beehive

Another large Stonegate pub, like the Cavendish next door, but much better presented. Split up into separate areas, it has a comfortable feel, perhaps due to the traditional furnishings and plush seating. Several good ales and ciders on handpump, and staff who seemed enthusiastic about the beers.

On 13th November 2018 - rating: 7
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ROB Camra left this review about The Beehive

A massive pub with several levels and lots of different areas. You can see a large TV screen from just about anywhere in the pub. The clientele were of the less discerning nature with a couple of scrotes in as well. The beer range was a little better than that experienced by Will although there were still 3 Bradfield beers and Black Sheep on the bar alongside a couple of uninteresting guests. I had a pint of Bradfield Sixer which was in decent nick. Ms CAMRA didn'i like the place at all, so we'll not be coming back I expect.

On 2nd March 2017 - rating: 4
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Will Larter left this review about The Beehive

Now part of the Stonegate pub group, the beer choice on the bar these days is from five Bradfield beers, with Black Sheep Bitter available on a sixth hand pump. The large room resulting from the amalgamation of two buildings is split up somewhat into distinct areas, with one smallish alcove qualifying as a sort of snug, having its own TV screen, one of a dozen or so scattered about. This would be my choice for football matches that are not available on terrestrial channels. Cheap beer on Tuesdays and free pool Wednesdays.

On 17th June 2016 - rating: 6
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Real Ale Ray left this review about The Beehive

Have to agree with Will, this pub was a bit like Spoons. The pub is on two levels and is carpeted throughout. There were six ales on offer on our visit and nothing really grabbed our attention. We tried the Springhead Bees Knees, which was average. The customer base on our visit was not the friendliest and the bloke sitting at the bar gaves us an unpleasant look as we tried to look over his shoulder at the choice of ales. At least if you're in a Spoons you don't get this problem. Maybe we called on a bad day.

On 24th April 2013 - rating: 5
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Will Larter left this review about The Beehive

Now renamed as the Beehive, though it's doubled in size since it last bore that name, the original pub having been knocked through into the next building some years ago. There's a sort of sub-Wetherspoons feel about the place now, and the prices are not bad for this part of town, around the £2.40 - £2.50 mark for real ales. Choice was limited to four pale and hoppy beers, which is not to my taste, but if you like Abbeydale beers you'll like the Beehive.

On 17th January 2012 - rating: 6
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