The Falmouth Beer Festival is back this weekend with fantastic real ale from around the country, music and dancing at the Princess Pavilion.
The Falmouth Beer Festival returns to the town this weekend when real ale lovers and enthusiasts from around the county descend on Falmouth.
The Festival, hosted by CAMRA Kernow, runs on Friday, October 26 and Saturday, October 27 at the Princess Pavilion.
The festival is the single largest event of its kind in the county. Admission is £4 (£2.50 to CAMRA members) and includes a souvenir festival glass and programme.
Festival Organiser, Gerry Wills, said:'The beer festival is always a fantastic event with more than 200 real ales from all over the country, dozens of superb ciders and perries, and the ever-popular alcoholic ginger beers there's an odds-on chance that people will find lots to like.'
CAMRA Press Officer, Fran Brennan, added: 'With more beers than ever this year's festival is a must for real ale aficionados.
'With so many different styles of beer to choose from there'll be something to suit everyone's taste.
'The line-up is without doubt one the best and most exciting I've seen to date, with some really cracking ales including a considerable number of rarely found and new brews to savour.'
You can follow the Festival's set-up and progress at www.facebook.com/falbeerfest and can even download a sneak preview of the programme which contains all the beer lists!