The Norfolk Arms Whisky Club - over 100 different whiskies

2 Ringinglow Village, Sheffield S11 7TS | 0114 230 2197

A painting of the exterior of The Norfolk Arms by local artist Martin Decent

Whisky Club

Open up your taste buds to our huge, ever-growing collection of Whiskies - and enjoy some of our finest examples for free!

Over recent years we've built an amazing collection of over 100 Whiskies, sourced from every corner of the Scottish isles (as well as some overseas offerings).

One of Sheffield's largest pub whisky collections

A selection of over 100 whiskies

The six main whisky production regions of Scotland

We've got the six main Scottish production regions covered, with at least one offering from:

  • The Highlands
  • Speyside
  • The Islands
  • Islay
  • Campbeltown
  • The Lowlands
plus a number of exotic whiskies from around the world and a selection of household-name blends.

Scottish Single Malt Whisky

Auchentoshan and Glenkinchie Single Malt Scottish Whisky at The Norfolk Arms, Ringinglow

Some of Scotland's most prolific single malt distillers including Jura, Glenfiddich, Auchentoshan and Balvenie, can count several of their varieties on our shelves.

Smaller producers are well represented by the likes of Arran, Edradour and Springbank.

We hold fairly regular single malt whisky tasting nights to showcase some of our range. Details of the next event will be announced soon - subscribe to our e-mail list for all the latest whisky-related news.

World and English Whisky

World whisky at The Norfolk Arms, Ringinglow

Great whisky production isn't exclusive to Scotland - we also have some fantastic examples from around the globe.

Japan's Suntory is a respected producer of single malts and the name on the bottle of Yamazaki and Hakushu - two of our best selling whiskies. If you're in the mood to try something produced outside of Scotland, these two come strongly recommended!

Australia, Sweden, and believe-it-or-not...England, all contribute to our collection, as do Wales and Ireland.

Our English offerings come courtesy of The English Whisky Company - a small(ish) Norwich-based distillery, who claim to be the first recorded producers of whisky in England for around 100 years, and The Cotswold Distilling Company.