Harrogate beer lovers have less than 24 hours to wait until award-winning Roosters' open day.
The fourth such annual event will take place tomorrow, Saturday from noon to 5pm at the award-winning Knaresborough microbrewery on Grimbald Park off Wetherby Road near St James' Retail Park.
The public are invited to take a brewery tour, as well as being able to buy a beer or two and soak up the atmosphere with some funky tunes and a selection of street food.
There will be two bars serving a range of beers in cask, keg and can, though younger visitors are advised to ensure they have a valid proof of age ID.
This year’s event is doubling up as the official launch party for the beer Roosters recently brewed with Camden Town Brewery, which forms part of its year-long 25th Anniversary Collaboration Project.
The Roosters staff will be pouring a selection of other limited edition beers, including the collaboration brews with two of Colorado’s finest breweries - Odell Brewing Co. and Oskar Blues Brewery - which have both recently been released.
And, in more exciting news, they will be pouring a wood-aged version of Baby-Faced Assassin on cask.
The front of the brewery will once again be transformed into a beer garden for the day, which is where you’ll be able to find Los Antojitos and Parm Star serving tasty street food.
The musical backdrop will be provided by DJ Tony Safari.
The day will also see Roosters' White Rose charity pale ale served with a total of 10p from every pint sold going to Harrogate Easier Living Project charity.
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