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Sheffield bar creates menu that doubles as city map

Sheffield cocktail bar Picture House Social has launched its latest drinks list, which doubles as a map of the bar team’s favourite places across the city.

Peter & Paul is inspired by the favourite flavours of the Sheffield design agency

The menu, created in partnership with online cultural guide to the city, Our Fave Places, includes 16 drinks designed to reflect a different business, creator or maker from across the city.

Head bartender at Picture House Social, Will Anderson, created drinks inspired by businesses including design agency Peter & Paul – whose favourite flavours include fig rolls, ginger biscuits and Soreen – and production company Warp Films, whose favourite flavours include whisky and Hobnobs.

Drinks on the menu were then designed to reflect the flavour choices of each establishment. Peter & Paul is made from El Dorado 5-year-old rum, PX Sherry, pimento dram, orgeat and lime with a Soreen garnish; while Warp Films combines Roe & Co Irish whiskey with Bryhh, oat syrup, lemon and tonic.

The cocktails are priced between £7 and £8.50 and also include creations influenced by Brooklyn-inspired eatery Lucky Fox, independent jeweller Cast and contemporary barbershop The Mardy Barber.

Click through the following pages to see a few examples of cocktails on the menu.

Drop Dead Clothing

Sheffield-based clothing brand Drop Dead was founded by Bring Me the Horizon lead singer Oliver Sykes in 2005.

Ingredients: Tapatio 110 Tequila, white cacao, Velvet Falernum, lime, ginger syrup and jet black vegan soda

Make No Bones

Make No Bones is an all vegan cafe for people who love animals and love food.

Ingredients: Nikka from the Barrel whisky, house-made seaweed syrup, topped with soda and a samphire salt rim

Hop Hideout

Hop Hideout is a friendly neighbourhood beer shop and tasting room, which boasts more than 350 different bottled beers and five taps.

Ingredients: Illegal Mezcal, Mr Black’s coffee liqueur, crème de cacao, tonka bean bitters, nutmeg, cream and milk

Ashoka 1967

Ashoka has been serving Indian food of distinction to the people of Sheffield since 1967.

Ingredients: Tellicherry black pepper infused Ciroc vodka, Velvet Falurnum, creole bitters and natural yoghurt

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