Arrowdawn is supporting a major north-east festival for the fourth consecutive year.
The business is among the sponsors of the 30th Great Grampian Beer Festival, which is being held in the Richard Donald Stand at Aberdeen’s Pittodrie Stadium.
Thousands of beer enthusiasts are expected to attend the event which is organised by the Aberdeen, Grampian and Northern Isles CAMRA branch.
Arrowdawn managing director Gordon Adie says: “The festival has become a great platform for the promotion of real ale, attracting big crowds and generating a terrific atmosphere.
“The event brings a lively dimension to the city’s social programme and is sure to be a highlight for lovers of real ale. We’re delighted to be to be supporting it once again.”
Arrowdawn is sponsoring the beer tokens at this year’s festival which is holding three sessions and will feature around 100 cask beers.
The three-day event gets underway on Thursday, May 19 from 3pm until midnight. It re-opens on Friday, May 20 from 2pm until midnight and on Saturday, May 21 from noon until 11pm.
Entry to the event costs £6. The entry fee includes the festival program and a commemorative pint glass.
For more information visit aberdeencamra.org.uk/festival