The King’s Lynn Beer Festival proved a success at the weekend when it was held at the Stuart house Hotel.
The 17th annual festival was held from Thursday to Saturday – giving beer lovers the chance to sample some of the very best tipples in one place.
Landlord Dave Armes said he was “chuffed to bits” with how well the event went, with families pouring in to enjoy the food, drink, sunshine and live entertainment.
“It went very, very well, it was really good,” he said.
“I spent a lot of time in the months leading up to the festival sourcing the best beers and getting them here for everyone to enjoy.
“We had beers from as far as Scotland and Cornwall, and local ones too, such as ones from Norwich and Downham. There was a large selection of award-winning beers too, which makes it really popular.”
There were more than 50 beers on offer, music from rock/blues band Keno Kings on Friday and Wildwood on Saturday, as well as a barbecue.
There was also a raffle organised by Lynn Round Table in aid of West Norfolk Deaf Association.