Beer, ale and cider lovers will not be disappointed with the range of drinks on offer at Bourne Festival festival this year with more than 100 different brands available.
There will be ales available from a range of local breweries, including: Bluebell Brewery, Hop Shackle Brewery, Pheasentry Brewey, 8 Soul Brewery, Oakham Ales, Brewsters Brewery, Newby Wyke Brewery, OlderShaw Brewery, Sleaford Brewery and Dukeries Brewery.
The local ciders are from: Sleaford Brewery and Scrumpy Wasp Cider and the local pilsner lager is from Pheasentry Brewery.
The details of all 80 ales and 25 ciders can be found on the event website at www.bournefestival.com.
Festival organisers will be enforcing the Think 21 policy so anyone who looks under the age of 21 may be asked for proof of age so are advised to bring a photo ID with them to avoid disappointment.
Bag searches will also be in place on the gate.
Alongside the beer festival there will be a full roster of live music, a craft fair, a circus tent and children’s games.
Tickets are £2 per day and £5 for a weekend pass.