North Devon Beer Festival is back this bank holiday weekend Sunday and Monday (May 26-27).

North Devon Beer Festival organiser Tim Webster hopes the pints will flow this weekendNorth Devon Beer Festival organiser Tim Webster hopes the pints will flow this weekend

Now in its 13th year, the two day event at Barnstaple Pannier Market will not be unlucky for those who want to sit back and enjoy 40 real ales from a range of local breweries.

There is live music throughout too, with 13 live bands playing across the Sunday and Monday.

Street food vendors will be dotted around in case revellers get peckish and the Atlantic Spirit Gin Bar will be back for a second year.

There are some new breweries taking part this year, including Barnstaple's escape Down the Rabbit Hole.

There will be new beers to try too, including the new Pilton Hopster from Barum Brewery, run by festival organiser Tim Webster.

Performers from 1pm on the Sunday include Carl white, Vikki & Emma, End of the Road Cuttlefish, Ben Brewer, Sorelli Strings, Clear Waters Deep and Soulcraft on the Sunday.

Monday sees Sam Dowden, Dogleg, The Bootleggers, The Lodgers and James Spencer from 1pm.

Entry to satisfy licensing is via a £2 wristband and drinks are sold via a token system.

For more information visit the North Devon Beer Festival Facebook page.