A HUDDERSFIELD pub has been named Summer Pub of the Season by a campaigning group.
The Flyboat Inn, on Colne Street, Aspley, was given the accolade by the Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) because of the quality of its Tetley bitter and mild.
The established Tetley's pub also ranked among the top contenders for this year's Huddersfield Best Mild Pub competition.
It is the first time landlord Peter Grimes has won this award.
He will be presented with his certificate by Huddersfield and District Camra secretary Val Kemp on Monday.
Camra judges said Mr Grimes had a reputation for making good bitter and mild taste even better through good cellarmanship, correct serving practices and a high turnover.
As well as quality beer, Camra looked for atmosphere when choosing the winner.
The Flyboat, a former watering hole for barge workers, is a favourite with Huddersfield football and rugby league fans on match days.
On the other six of the week it returns to being a traditional, back street pub, offering quiz nights and live music.