PEOPLE will have the chance to grab a sneak-peak behind closed doors at a Flintshire brewery.

Hafod Brewery in Mold is opening its doors to the public on Saturday for one day only as part of Taste North East Wales - a 40-day celebration of unique food-based experiences North East Wales has to offer..

The event, taking place this Saturday (October 12) will include an interactive brewery tour and beer tasting at the town-centre based brewery where you can take a look at what’s brewing and taste some of our core and seasonal beers on the tour and at the upstairs brewery bar.

Two tours will run, one from 1pm and the other from 4pm.

Locally inspired, foodie themed beers such as our heather-infused Moel Famau ale and honey beer will be showcased and a full range of beers, from pales to IPAs to porters will be on sale in both bottles and on hand-pull at the bar.

Tickets are priced at £11.25 and can be bought here.

Your ticket includes the tour and tasting (45 to 60 minutes approximately) and one pint or two half pints at the upstairs bar.

All seven of Hafod's bottled beer styles will also be available to buy at special on the day prices.

Hafod Brewery can be found at Old Gas Works Unit 1A, Gas Lane, Mold, CH7 1UR.

Other local events as part of Taste North East Wales include Three Eagles apple harvest festival in Llangollen from 10am on Saturday morning, cariad gin tasting at Theatr Clwyd on October 16 at 5.30pm, Apples and Dance on Daniel Owen Square on October 19 at 10.30am, Artisan Chocolatier's 'lock in' at the Cocoa Rooms in Rossett, plus many more.