Hundreds of beers showcased at third Leeds international festival

Matt Ashford from Oakham Ales pulls a pint at the Leeds International Beer Festival in Leeds Town Hall. Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe.
Matt Ashford from Oakham Ales pulls a pint at the Leeds International Beer Festival in Leeds Town Hall. Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe.
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Beer lovers are supping ales from across the world at the third Leeds International Beer Festival this weekend.

The celebration of beer, food and music features hundreds of craft beers and ciders and invites the brewers themselves to meet audiences at Leeds Town Hall until Sunday.

Street food and live music across three stages are featuring at the event, which is partnered by Kirkstall Brewery and Northern Monk brewery.

There are over 170 UK beers, 40 European and 22 US beers as well as hundreds of ciders.

Tickets are £7 a session. Visitors can attend from 12noon to 5pm until Sunday or from 6pm to 11pm today. Visit: www.leedsbeer.com

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