True North Brew Co Venues in Tier 3

Following the Government announcements that South Yorkshire will be placed under Tier 3 restrictions from Saturday 25th October, we have made a few changes to our operations across the True North Brew Co. group.

Under the new restrictions, we can confirm that Riverside Kelham, The Waggon and Horses, The Crown and Anchor, and The Broadfield will remain open. Tier 3 guidelines include: no household mixing indoors or outdoors and no alcohol served unless as an accompaniment to a substantial meal. In addition, The Blue Stoops in Dronfield continues to remain open following more relaxed Tier 2 guidelines.

All of the safety measures we have put in place mean that we can continue to welcome you for food, drink, and takeaway in the named venues above. Please visit www.truenorthbrewco.uk/covid-19 to find out what we're doing to keep you safe.


From Monday 26th October, we have also made the difficult decision to temporarily close Forum Kitchen + Bar, The Common Room, The Old House, The York, The British Oak, The Punch Bowl and The Milton Arms. We will, of course, review the closures on a weekly basis and hope to get them all back open soon.

That being said - we are still taking Christmas and New Year's Eve bookings for all of our venues and we would love to give you something to look forward to in December. We have a few places left on our Breakfast with Santa, Wreath Making, and Bottomless Brunch events, and our restaurants are booking up for festive meals too. Please take a look at www.truenorthbrewco.uk/christmas or contact our bookings team on 0114 280 8222 for more information.

If you're looking to support local independent businesses during this time, please take a look at our products on the True North store. It's fully stocked with gin, sanitiser, gift vouchers and we hope to add your favourite True North beers again too!

Finally, thank you for your continuing support during these difficult times.

Stay safe, The TNBC Team

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