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26th July 2017

Melissa Cole at Hop Hideout, Sheffield

Wed 20th Sept, 7.30pm at Hop Hideout, Sheffield 

As part of the Netheredge annual festival.
Join award-winning writer Melissa Cole for this beery evening at Hop Hideout. Hear about her newly launched publication ‘The Little Book of Craft Beer’ and enjoy samples of her favourite beers featured alongside. It’ll be a fun, laid-back journey through the medium of beer.

Jules Gray, of Hop Hideout, shared, “I’ve enjoyed Melissa’s beer and food writing for a number of years now and I’m extremely excited to welcome her to Sheffield to talk about new book on craft beer at Hop Hideout. It’s great to be able to bring writers of such a high calibre to our local beer shop.”

£12.00pp, includes 4 samples beer.


Any press who would like to attend, please for complimentary tickets, these places are limited.

Notes for Editor:

  • Hop Hideout is a nationally award winning craft beer shop situated within the vibrant Antiques Quarter stocking 400+ bottled craft beers, quality ciders, hand-picked spirits & offering five beers on draught take out via growler fills.

  • Established November 2013 by Jules Gray & Will Linford. Jules Gray is also Director of Sheffield Beer Week and a member of the British Guild of Beer Writers.

  • Hop Hideout. 448, Abbeydale Road, Sheffield. S7 1FR / / Twitter & Instagram: @HopHideout /

  • Hop Hideout’s logo is designed by artist Kev Grey (previous commissions from Vans & Porl Thompson of The Cure – for his Schecter guitar). Since the late 90s Kev Grey has made black and white illustrations that merge his graffiti, comic book & tattoo imagery influences resulting in a crisp, bold, eye-catching style of drawing. Hop Hideout’s facade has been painted by Sheffield artist Tom J Newell, adding the the Sheffield Antiques Quarter Art Trail.