The Three Tuns, in Thirsk, was the venue for an ale launch, as part of a week-long beer festival.
The North Yorkshire pub hosted Wharfebank Brewery, from Pool in Wharfedale, near Otley, as it launched Wharfebank Best Bitter in Wetherspoon pubs.
The 3.7% ABV copper-coloured Yorkshire bitter was one of several real ales on offer from the West Yorkshire brewery, as part of the festival.
Other beers in the Wharfebank Brewery range, being served during the festival, included: Slingers Gold, a 3.9% ABV golden ale, Camfell Flame, a ruby/chestnut beer at 4.4% ABV and a 5.1% ABV strong pale ale called WISPA IPA.
The Three Tuns hotel’s night manager Adrian Walby is pictured centre with, left to right, representatives from Wharfebank Brewery, Kevin McKenna, Oliver Renton and Matt Shaw, as well as The Three Tuns’ duty manager Dawn Tull.
Adrian said: “We were delighted to be the venue for the launch event and host a great evening with Wharfebank Brewery. The selection of beers proved very popular with customers.”