The third Rastrick Beer Festival takes place in the community hall at St John’s Church, Rastrick, which is off Gooder Lane, on Friday and Saturday, September 20-21.
Organisers say proceeds will go to the Calder Valley Search and Rescue Service, the Alzheimer’s Society (Calderdale Service) and the local Marie Curie nursing services.
Roger Ellis, chairman of the organising committee, said they were planning to build on the undoubted success of the two previous festivals and they were confident this latest event would be just as successful.
“We are going to build on our previous successes and we want people to come along and enjoy themselves, support local breweries as well as supporting local charities,” he said.
“We are offering a fine range of beers from local breweries, including some new beers.”
Last year they ran out of beer on the final night, but they’ve contingency plans for this year.
Roger added: “The more success we can achieve the more we can raise for both for the church and for the charities.”
This year’s festival will run from 3pm until 10.30pm on Friday, September 20, and from 1pm until 10.30pm on Saturday, September 21.
The Beer Festival is open to all over 18 to attend.
Food will also be available.
Previously they raised £3,600 for St John’s and £1,200 each for the Jayne Garforth Support Centre at the Macmillan unit at Calderdale Royal Hospital, Calderdale’s Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice, Huddersfield, thanks to the Barclay’s Bank Community Fund which matched donations.