The sun brought out the crowds for a busy day at the Hook Norton Brewery Open Day at the weekend.
As well as tours of the brewery and a peep into the workings of Hooky’s new micro- brewery, visitors were able to spend time with the famous working Shire horses.
Roger Hughes tacked up a team to do a tour of the village pubs as the brewery does every week to deliver casks of ale.
“There was lots for people to see and do. We had two vintage fire engines here and a display of military vehicles,” said marketing manager Mark Graham.
“The village playgroup ran a tombola and Dogs for the Disabled held a stall.
“Wyatts Garden Centre sold plants and talked about garden design and the Hook Norton eco-group was here to promote its project with an electric car on show and lots of information.”
Visitors enjoyed tasting a number of beers and there was entertainment from busker Nickolai and The Voice contender Jake ‘Ossie’ Ostler.
Mr Graham said 1,000 visitors attended Saturday’s event.