The Brothers Arms comes to Heeley

Posted on August 30, 2014 by


ShakespeareThe Shakespeare Public House on Well Road has been transformed into The Brothers Arms, after the Everly Pregnant Brothers signed a free of tie deal with Punch Taverns.

“It’s a classic old pub with a great beer garden and the best views in Sheffield” explained Pete McKee.  “We decided to have a pub between us when we were looking for somewhere to have a pint while we rehearsed, and have financed The Brothers Arms through two years of gigs”.

The day-to-day running of the pub will be down to Nick Hayne, formerly of the Sheaf View and the Cremorne on London Road.  The Brothers Arms will be serving real ale from Sheffield and further afield alongside basic beers and lagers and sandwiches and pork pies.


“There is a small stage area and we’re hoping to have traditional Sunday sing-songs around the piano” continued Pete.  “We want to enhance the already excellent beer run that includes the Sheaf View, White Lion and the Broadfield”.

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