Thousands of real ale fans poured into a cow shed for the 34th Kent Beer Festival at the weekend.
The three-day hop jamboree at Merton Farm, Canterbury, drew male and female drinkers from across the county and further afield.
Milds, pale ales, fruity brews and the aptly-named "beast" ale were among the options while live music and German sausages kept appetites sated.
Organiser Gill Keay - who ran the first festival at Dane John Gardens - said: "I am very happy with the line-up this year and we have beers from the Orkney and the Isle of Man this time.
"We've done 22 of the 34 festivals here and couldn't ask for a better venue."
A favourite at the Pink Girlie Bar was Hopback's ginger-flavoured ale, Bewitched, while ciders and European beers competed for drinkers' attentions.