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Stew & Oyster

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Green Lane
Sheffield
S3 8SE
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Will Larter left this review about Stew & Oyster

This is part of the redevelopment of the Green Lane Works, and I can remember thinking when they were building it that whoever decided to use black bricks should be put up against the wall and shot. The Stew & Oyster, part of a chain of that name, has dining tables in the modern part, with the bar behind in what remains of the old building. The bar counter is stainless steel and white tiles, with new wooden floors and old, grungy brick walls. There's a soundtrack of modern music and full length windows which turn out to be doors, too. Though it wasn't busy when I popped in for a half at teatime, there were quite a few tables occupied when I passed by on my way home an hour later.

There are eight hand pumps and any number of keg fonts. The real ales were Kirkstall Nowt Ba'ht Hops and Theakston Best Bitter, both doubled up, plus Exit 33 Stout, Thornbridge Lord Marples and Anarchy Blonde Star, with one pump not in use. There's still some finishing touches to be applied, especially the yard to the rear, which is not anywhere near ready to use. There are some bench tables in the front yard, and if they are going to put a few plants there as well as add coping stones to the perimeter wall, it could be quite pleasant here. I had the beer with the fake Yorkshire name, which to be fair did indeed taste of nothing but hops - presumably some malt was used in the brewing process, but I couldn't taste it. At £1.85 for a half, this was on the expensive end of the scale for this part of town, so I'm not sure I'll be adding it to my regular circuit.

On 19th September 2017 - rating: 6
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19th Sep 2017, 22:30
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  • Beer Garden : Yes last updated 19 September 2017 by Will Larter
  • Hot Food : Yes last updated 19 September 2017 by Will Larter
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 19 September 2017 by Will Larter
  • WiFi : Yes last updated 19 September 2017 by Will Larter
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