With its fine selection of beer and cider stalls, many of which offer local produce, Nottingham's Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival is a great place for drink connoisseurs.
The festival (which has moved to the Nottingham Motorpoint Arena for 2018) attracts thousands of people every year who come to taste some of the 1,000 cask ales and 300+ ciders and perries on offer.
Chat to the artisan brewers and see why Nottinghamshire is known as a real ale capital before enjoying a spot of street food from one of the many stalls.
Food lovers will be able to sample locally produced pork pies and cheeses, along with hearty hog roasts and venison burgers.
Watch the paella chefs cook up a storm or treat yourself to an artisan pizza as you soak up the lively atmosphere.
This year's Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival takes place between 17-20 October; tickets are available now and come with a commemorative glass.
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