Hundreds of real ale connoisseurs travelled from across Yorkshire to attend a popular beer festival.
The two-day festival at Bailiff Bridge Community Centre was hailed a huge success by everyone involved.
The festival has helped to raise money for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.
At the event there was 18 real ales on show from around the country as well as four ciders, according to organiser Mark Feasey.
This is the second FestivALE held at the centre off Victoria Road. Last year’s event helped to raise £1,800 which included match funding from Barclay’s.