Organisers of a popular brewing celebration which attracted 10,000 visitors last year have announced details of this year’s event.
Dronfield’s Three Valleys Beer Festival will take place on Saturday, June 4, with free entry and a free bus service linking venues to Dronfield railway station.
Venues new to the festival this year will include the Yew Tree at Coal Aston, The Horse & Jockey at Unstone, The Derby Tup which is run by the brewer from Pigeon Fisher Brewery in Chesterfield and the Pioneer Club in Dronfield.
And buses will be heading to the event from Mosborough, Totley, Bradway, Dore and Totley in Sheffield.
Outdoors real ale and cider bars, live entertainment and food will be on offer at the various pubs taking part - with the Dronfield Arms even having a craft keg caravan bar.
The festival is organised by local Campaign for Real Ale members Rob Barwell and Andy Cullen with venues to promote the local beer scene, including pubs in the area that are normally difficult to reach by public transport.
“Looking at the plans announced so far, it looks like it could be an incredibly popular event again this year”, said the organisers.
Visit www.threevalleysfestival.org.uk for more information.