A REAL-ale festival is being held in Keighley.

Twenty brews will be on offer during the event, at The Livery Rooms – the Wetherspoon pub in North Street – from Wednesday, March 30, until April 10.

The line-up of ales will include some from brewers in Australia, the United States and Italy, plus Orkney and Jersey.

A number of beers are being produced specially for the festival.

Alongside different malt and hop varieties from across the world, there will be brews featuring cherries, spices and rye amongst their ingredients.

Tipples on offer will include Rooster's Tenderfoot, Sambrook's Tomahawk, Orkney Dragonhead, Terrapin Jazz (USA), Vale Jekyll and Hyde, Birrificio Foglie D'Erba Hot Night at the Village (Italy), Batemans Beast from the East, JW Lees Malt Crush and Young Henry's Real Ale (Australia).

The event will also include vegan and gluten-free beers.

Sophie Turner, manager at The Livery Rooms, said: "The festival is a great celebration of real ale.

"It will allow us to showcase a selection of superb beers over a 12-day period."

Tasting notes for all of the beers on offer as part of the festival will be available in the pub as well as on the Wetherspoon app.