It seems our list of Sheffield's seven best pub beer gardens ruffled a few feathers.
We drew up our favourite outdoor watering holes - but many of you disagreed with our list. Here are your selections for the city's best places to enjoy an al fresco pint...and what you had to say about them on Facebook.
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Emily Hancock wrote: "Top beer gardens? What tripe. What about the Cricket Inn at Totley, the Francis Newton at Broomhill, the Crown on Heeley Bottom, and the Head of Steam - the only pub in the city centre where I know dogs are welcomed aside from the Hop). Sorry, most of the choices on here are pretentious."
Mark Egglestone said: "I'm not being biased but the Rising Sun (Nethergreen) is much more appropriate than many in the list due to full re-furb, new food menu and beer festival.
Lisa Booth said: "They are missing The Cricket Inn at Totley and The Sheaf at Heeley among others."
Amy Hallam was another one in favour of the Totley pub. She said: "I can think of one that has probably the best beer garden in Sheffield - The Cricket Inn ! And another 6 that beat this terrible list."
Nick Davies wrote: "The New Barrack Tavern, Gardeners Rest (Neepsend) & Rutland Arms are my choice for the best 3 in Sheffield."
Jimmy Gibson added: "We don't have the biggest beer garden but the Old Grindstone Crookes is a great pub!
Kevin Cheetham wrote: "Sorry they are far better out there , especially the Old Horns at Bradfield.
Michael Edward Khan posted: "Sheaf view? Brothers Arms? Dam House?"