A Bingley beer festival will showcase brews from Huddersfield, Hebden Bridge and Elland this weekend.

5 Rise Beer Fest, which begins on Friday, will have ales from the Magic Rock, Elland and Little Valley breweries on tap, as well as beers, ciders and perrys from across the country.

The two-day festival, organised by the Rotary Clubs of Bingley, will also offer live music on Friday and Saturday evening.

5 Rise Beer Fest, named after the famous Bingley locks, will take place this weekend
5 Rise Beer Fest, named after the famous Bingley locks, will take place this weekend

Here’s everything you need to know:

When is the beer festival?

5 Rise Beer Fest will run from Friday June 3 to Saturday June 4, with three sessions: Friday 6pm-11pm and Saturday noon-5pm and 6pm-11pm.

Where is it?

The festial is being held at Bingley Arts Centre, in Bingley town centre. The venue is less than 100m from Bingley train station.

Bingley Arts Centre, Bingley
Bingley Arts Centre, Bingley

Which beers are on offer?

There’s ales from across the country, with breweries from Sheffield, Barnsley, North Yorkshire, Cumbria, Manchester and more.

In addition to the festival bar, Saltaire Brewery is hosting its own bar, with its Long Day IPA, Citra, Pale, Hop #256 and Pacifica beers on tap.

Bingley Brewery also has its own bar, offering its Goldy Locks, Centennial, Jamestown and Warrior beers.

And Goose Eye brewery will also host its own bar, with Chinook, Festival Special, Spring Wells and Blackmoor Mild on tap.

There will also be a cider bar.

Overall, the festival will offer around 70 real ales, ciders and perrys for revellers to sample.

Saltaire Brewery
Saltaire Brewery

Will there be food?

There will be a selection of locally sourced pies for sale.

Who’s performing?

On Friday evening jazz festival regular Peter Frank’s Dixieland All Stars is on the bill, then on Saturday evening, swing, blues and old-school funk act After Dark Duo is booked to perform. After Dark Duo has performed with The Temptations, Percy Sledge and Steven Tyler of Aerosmith.

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Are children welcome?

Due to licensing laws, nobody under 18 will be admitted.

Ales from Huddersfield's Magic Rock will be on offer
Ales from Huddersfield's Magic Rock will be on offer

How much are tickets?

Tickets for each of the three sessions cost £5, and include a free programme and tasting notes, a festival glass and two free beer tokens (each worth half a pint).

Where can I buy tickets?

Tickets can be bought from Bingley Arts Centre today 11am-3.30pm, or booked online at ticketsource.co.uk/event/EFLFDJ