REAL ale fans have cast their votes for the best brews served at the Huddersfield Oktoberfest Beer Festival.
The two-day event was held at Greenhead Masonic Hall, Greenhead Road, and attracted 1,200 people - who quaffed more than 5,000 pints of beer.
Organiser Bob Tomlinson, of the Huddersfield branch of Camra, the Campaign for Real Ale, said there was a choice of 78 beers, ranging from milds, best bitters, strong bitters and stouts and porters.
The beer of the festival was Old Cornelius, from Jarrow Brewing in the County Durham town.
The runner-up was Golden Pippin, from the Copper Dragon Brewery at Skipton.
Other winners were:
Best mild, Maori (Fernandes Brewery, Wakefield), runner-up Jennings, from Cockermouth, Cumbria); best bitter, Tommy Cheesebits (Halifax Steam Brewery, Hipperholme), runner-up Golden Pippin; strong bitter, Old Cornelius, runner-up Tabatha (Anglo Dutch Brewery, Dewsbury); stout/porter, 1872 Porter (Eastwood and Sanders, Elland), runner-up Winkle Warmer Porter (Golcar Brewery).