Christmas with True North Brew Co.

19th October 2016

True North Brew Co formerly known as Forum Café Bars, has undergone rapid expansion across Sheffield, resulting in a strategic rebrand to include the production of True North Brew Co beers and ales, coffee and Sheffield Dry Gin.

True North Brew Co have continued to preserve the individual identities of their venues establishing their produce range to include beer, gin and coffee. The Forum, The Common Room, The Old House, The York, The Broadfield, The Crown & Anchor and The British Oak have been joined by The Riverside and upcoming The Blue Stoops. Which means if it's Christmas Day with family and friends, a festive work party or a locally sourced gift you are looking for, we've got it all this Festive Season at True North Brew Co. Because their range of venues is so eclectic True North Brew Co are always able to find a location, menu and drinks package to suit and you can add their party extras in order to make your Festive Season even more special. But if it is not Christmas Parties you are after they also provide a range of locally produced gifts with their seasonal Hop & Honey gin, gin gift sets and True North Mini Kegs all available to purchase this winter. Alongside this you can now book their True North Brew Co. experiences at their city centre brewery and gin distillery to curate your own gin in their Sheffield School of Gin or become a Master Brewer with their True North Brew Day. True North Brew Co can be found at 47 Eldon Street and you can find out more about all of our Festive options at www.truenorthbrewco.uk/christmas or call 0114 280 8222.

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