Harrogate's transformation into a major craft beer town has been emphasised by the opening of another new bar.
The Little Ale House has opened on Cheltenham Crescent, not far from fellow recent craft beer newcomer The North Bar, just below a little row of Indian and Asian restaurants.
Describing itself as a "micropub", The Little Ale House is also an independent - another addition to the wave of indies changing Harrogate's high street.
As the name suggests, it's a small place - one traditional-looking room with beers in a glass box on one side and a small bar with four handpulls and four key keg taps - all listed on a chalkboard, as is the fashion.
But The Little Ale House also boasts interesting ciders, bottled German beers plus wines and gins.
Importantly in this summer season, it's also got a small beer garden at the back for enjoying a relaxed pint outdoors - weather permitting!