Whitelock’s and the Turk’s Head’s annual beer festival, in Leeds, is returning for its fifth year, this time with a South West Fest theme.

Beers have been sourced from an area from Bristol to Bath, Cheltenham to Cornwall for the event, in Turk’s Head Yard, just off Briggate, from July 25 to 28.

The festival opens at 11am and for £5 visitors get yourself a festival glass, a programme, and a half of any beer. There will be 50 beers on offer.

There will be 28 beers pouring at any given time through the festival, with nine on cask and five on keg at Whitelock’s, and 11 on keg and two on cask at the Turk’s Head.

These will include special, rare brews from the likes of Verdant, Deya, Left Handed Giant, Stannary and New Lion.

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