SLIDESHOW: Raise a glass for Leeds Beer Festival

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Thousands of beer fans are set to raise a pint glass in Leeds this weekend.

More than 12,000 people are expected to flock to Leeds Town Hall for the return of the city’s International Beer Festival.

Tom Pyke moving stock into the Town Hall.

Tom Pyke moving stock into the Town Hall.

Now in its fourth year, the festival – which is one of the largest independent beer showcases in the UK –will feature hundreds of national and international beers.

The festival will also include ‘meet the brewer’ sessions, three live music stages, DJ sets, a street food market and retro games.

The beer showcase, which starts tomorrow, will finish on Sunday, September 6.

One of the highlights of the festival this year will be the Crackerjack BBQ Feast at Leeds Town Hall’s Victorian cells.

Tickets are priced at £7.

For more details about the festival visit www.leedsbeer.com or follow the event on Twitter @LeedsBeer.

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