WREXHAM Lager is hosting its first ever summer festival this weekend.

With award-winning beer on tap from the town's famous brewery and barbecue food provided by the Fat Boar, it promises to be one of the summer's hottest destinations.

There will also be music courtesy of Danny Gruff and the Cambria Band and a chance to chat with Wrexham AFC legends.

With covid regulations relaxing, it is one of the first events of its kind that people will be able to enjoy in North Wales.

In a video, on Twitter, sales and operation manager Joss Roberts gave a tour of the brewery yard where there will be several bars set up for people to get a cold, refreshing pint or two.

Describing the yard as a sun trap, Joss said the weather was looking to be fine for the event on Sunday.

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One of the directors of the family-run business, Jon Roberts said: "Wrexham Lager are piloting a summer festival at the brewery, free tickets have been given out over the past few weeks,

to our customers visiting the brewery shop and purchasing a crate of lager.

"There will be live music, performing will be Danny Gruff, Wrexham Band and Cambria Band.

"The outdoor festival will be an opportunity to mix with all the team, some who will be serving the liquid gold pints. Food will also be available for purchase on site.

"Look out for plans for our future events at the brewery and an exciting new initiative."

Tickets for the festival on Sunday, July 25, have been given free of charge with every 12 pack collected from the brewery shop at Wrexham Lager.

Tickets are limited to 400.