They will be drinking a toast to the Huddersfield Narrow Canal this weekend.
Ales from across the Pennines were shipped into Marsden Conservative Club along the newly-restored Huddersfield Narrow Canal from two breweries.
They were Moonraker Strong Ale from J W Lees Brewery, Middleton, and Pete's Dragon Bitter from the Saddleworth Brewery, at the Church Inn, Uppermill.
The brew travelled on the Huddersfield Canal Society's shuttle boat which usually takes people from Marsden Station to the Standedge Visitor Centre.
The ales will be tasted and enjoyed at the Colne Valley Lions Beer Festival this Friday and Saturday.
Twenty different brews will be on offer and the club will be serving spirits and wines as usual.
Rod Taylor of the Lions said: "We have had support from the canal society in the past and we thought this would be a novel way of publicising the canal and our beer festival. Everybody is welcome to come along."
Rod (left) is pictured rolling out the barrel with Trevor Briggs, watched by Lions members (from left) Brian Moriarty, Norma Kershaw, David Cartwright, Ian Kershaw and Barry Garthwaite.
The festival runs from 7pm until 11pm on Friday and noon until 4pm and 7pm until 11pm on Saturday.
The entrance fee of £5 includes a commemorative glass and two drinks.
Colne Valley Lions have been involved in charity events and community service since they were formed in 1987.