Two Sheds micropub opens in Crookes

A first for the student area, Crookes is now home to Two Sheds – a micropub and bottle shop specialising in locally brewed ale.

The pub, which has taken over the premises from the owners of the Iberico Cafe, has several keg and cask lines to offer, as well as a range of options in the pub’s fridge.

Speaking to the Sheffield Star, owner Arthur Jackson said: “The name, Two Sheds, is apt because we aren’t just a micropub, it’s an off-licence too. It’s both a beerhouse and a bottle shop. It’s meant to be a bit scruffy, like a shed, with a wooden floor, and desks, stools and chairs that came from an old school. I’d describe the place as a coffee house vibe with beer – that’s what we are aiming for.

“We bought the venue from the previous tenants with the specific aim of setting up a micropub. We’d been on the lookout for a suitable location for three years before we got this venue. It’s the middle of Crookes high street, so you can’t miss it.”

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Images from The Sign Artist and the Two Sheds Pub Facebook page.  

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