PEOPLE made the most of their long weekend at a beer festival.
The Grainstore Brewery in Station Approach, Oakham, began the 13th year of its bank holiday festivities at 5pm on Thursday.
A total of 85 real ales and ciders were on offer throughout the weekend, with the festival coming to a close at midnight on Monday.
The pub offered a barbecue and live music every day and the venue was packed with people all through the weekend.
The music lineup included Welland Valley Stompers, a six-piece band playing a wide variety of jazz, and Soul Sensation returning for their fifth year at the festival.
Entry was free and people were able to place a deposit on a commemorative glass, which was theirs to keep if they wanted.
If not, they could return it for a full refund.
Manager Pete Atkinson was pleased with how things went.
He said: “The festival was exceedingly good. We were very busy the whole way through.
“We have had a lot of positive feedback this year.
“We had a good selection of beers, some great bands and excellent staff working.”