FINE ale fans and gin gourmets are sure to delight as Pembroke Dock Town Team gears up for the town’s fourth annual beer festival.

This year’s event, taking place at the town’s Pater Hall on April 6 and 7, will feature a range of gourmet gins and Pembroke Dock’s very own Barti Ddu rum, as well as the traditional beers and Henry VII cider brewed in Pembroke.

There will be five varieties of gin on offer, as well as fourteen different real ales from across Wales and beyond.

This year sees a great selection of local bands, with the line-up put together by the music director from

Chief Kegwins will headline Friday night, with Free Associate and Beanie in support. Saturday night’s music includes Glas and Big Bo Jones (who recently featured at Tenby Blues Festival), with The Shooting Counters on stage from 9pm.

Beers to watch out for this year include Sholly Amber from local brewery Caffle (made with UK hops, and has a clean finish with a hint of citrus), Monnow an organic best bitter from the Untapped Brewing Company and the award winning Oystermouth Stout from the Mumbles Brewery (with the slightest hint of the sea as real oysters are added).

Tickets are now on sale online, and include entry and drinks packages for Friday and Saturday (only available online).

All surplus money from the event will be used to fund projects in Pembroke Dock.

See and via the link on the beer festival facebook page

You may also pay on the door - entry plus three half pint tokens is £10.

Opening hours are Friday 6pm-midnight, Saturday noon-2am.