Quietly Brewing the Kind of Beer we Enjoy

Established in 2015, we are a 10BBL brewery based in the Neepsend area of Sheffield. Originally based just up from the Ball Street bridge over the River Don which inspired our logo, we moved round the corner into 92 Burton Road in 2020 and share the area with a host of other makers, doers and independent businesses, as well as several other breweries.

No Hype • No Hard Sell • Just Quietly Brewing the Kind of Beer We Enjoy.

Core Beers


We brew a a constantly changing range of beer in cask and keykeg, with a focus on hop forward pales showcasing some of the best and boldest hops sourced worldwide alongside our one core beer, Neepsend Blonde.

The idea behind the brewery is simple: no hype, no hard sell, just quietly brew the kind of beer we enjoy.



Our second core beer can be found in keg only and is a classic Citra and Mosaic hopped Session IPA. At a nice easy going 4.2% ABV, this beer is very drinkable, full of fruity flavours and crisp citrus aromas.


Latest Beers

See all Cask & Keg Beers

No Hype • No Hard Sell • Just Quietly Brewing the Kind of Beer We Enjoy.

Where to Enjoy our Beers

We are strongly linked with three of Sheffield’s finest traditional alehouses and you will always find our beers at:

The Sheaf View

25 Gleadless Road, Heeley, Sheffield,
S2 3AA

The Wellington

1 Henry Street, Shalesmoor, Sheffield,
S3 7EQ

The Blake Hotel

53 Blake Street, Upperthorpe, Sheffield,
S6 3JQ

We also supply quality independent outlets in Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire directly and work with like-minded breweries and wholesalers nationwide to get our beer further afield. If you’re interested in stocking some Neepsend beers but are outside of our delivery area, we may be able to help find a supplier.

Contact Us

For enquiries and orders the best way to get hold of us is via sales@neepsendbrewco.com. If you prefer to call the number is 0114 3605889 but please bear in mind that we’re a small team and sometimes in the hectic life of a brewery we might miss the phone (if, for example, we’re busy digging out the copper or out in the van).

We’re generally in the brewery between 8am-4pm Monday to Friday.