Episode 7: Tramlines Special

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Episode 7 of the Sheffield Hopcast comes from the offices of Tramlines, ahead of this year’s festival.

We begin with a tribute to Festival Director and co-founder Sarah Nulty, who passed away earlier in the week at the age of 36. This episode is dedicated to Sarah’s memory and amazing legacy – a real legend in our city.

Alex Deadman from Tramlines join Adam, James, Laura and Sean to discuss the biggest date in Sheffield’s calendar – and we’re among the first to try this year’s Tramlines Ale.

Plus this month is our Snack Attack – we try a variety of bar snacks designed to match our beers: BBNo’s Cucumber and Juniper Saison, De Molen’s Summer of ’18 tangerine sour, Roosters’ Howl imperial stout and Beavertown x Mikkeller’s Murking 9 to 5 wheat beer (plenty of Beavertown talk as you can imagine).

Meet the Brewer takes us to Sheffield Brewery Company to catch up with Nick and we hear about a charity project being led by Heist Craft in Clowne.

About the author, James

James is co-founder and co-host of the Sheffield Hopcast.

He works for a Sheffield based podcast tech company and is also a panellist on a football podcast. The Hopcast brings together two of his true loves - beer and talking.

You can normally find James propping up a bar somewhere around S11 - his locals are The Lescar, Porter Cottage, The Beer House, Ecclesall Ale Club and The Stag's Head

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