Stowmarket Food Museum hosts four-day Festival of Beer and Brewing
Visitors to a town museum will be able to enjoy a beer as a popular festival returns for a landmark anniversary.
The Food Museum in Stowmarket is celebrating its 25th Festival of Beer and Brewing today from 5pm.
Audiences will be given the chance to try a range of real ales, craft beers and ciders, which has all been supported by Suffolk CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) members.
To mark the occasion, a special festival-exclusive beer is being produced by brewery Humber Doucy, in Bacton, inspired by the museum's latest exhibition Hedgerow.
There will be live music in the evenings and Q&A sessions that will feature local brewers answering beer-related questions.
The festival will be running over the weekend however the operating hours are slightly different on each day.
It runs today from 5pm to 11pm, tomorrow from noon to 11pm, Saturday 11am to 11pm and Sunday 11am to 4pm.
Tickets are £4 per session or £8 for a festival ticket. CAMRA members are being granted free entry, as well as Museum Silver and Gold Members.
The last day of the event coincides with Stowmarket’s Food and Drink Festival.
Organised by Stowmarket Town Council, the food and drink festival will see the town centre offering produce stalls, street food, pop-up bars and other activities to get involved with.
Stowmarket Food and Drink Festival is running from 10am to 4pm on Sunday.