Kidwelly Beer Festival hailed a huge success
KIDWELLY'S Beer Festival was a brilliant success once again.
Although initially disappointed with Friday's turnout, organiser Jenny Jones was delighted that more than 300 people showed up on Saturday — with some travelling from as far as Neath.
By next year she hopes visitors will be aware the festival has extended to Friday and it will be an even bigger success.
"It was such a good weekend and we were really pleased with how much effort people made to get here," she said.
Otley O5 was voted the best beer of the event, while recently launched Caffle ale was a firm favourite for festival-goers.
The 'APP of the century', also known as Anna's Pork Pie went down a treat with hungry revellers — selling out by early evening.
The Groucho Club Jazz Band and Retro Groove were "brilliant" according to Jenny, and everyone had a fantastic time dancing the night away.
Members of CAMRA — an independent, voluntary organisation that campaigns for real ale, and community pubs — also made an appearance.
They were delighted to see local breweries being celebrated and were overjoyed that people were able to taste traditional flavoursome beers.
With plenty of money raised from ticket sales all going towards its host the Princess Gwellian Centre, Jenny is looking forward to even more fermented fun next year.