Drinkers soaked up the summer sun at the third annual Wetherby Lions beer festival.
Held in St James Church meeting rooms and outside the Church Street building, over 25 different barrels of Yorkshire beer, cider, wine, soft drinks and a selection of food was on offer.
Spokesman Chris Atkinson said: “I am deilghted to report that this year’s Wetherby Lions Beer Festival last Saturday was a great success.
“More than 500 people attended, consuming over 20 firkins of beer and cider and 200 pies.”
He added that the event raised over £3500 for St Gemma’s Hospice but the final figure will be confirmed in a few weeks.
“The Lions would particularly like to thank all the sponsors who so generously supported the Festival and all the entertainers who gave up their time to be there,” added Chris.
There was also live entertainment, a bouncy castle and other family entertainment.
Previous Lions beer festivals have raised money to Yorkshire Air Ambulance.