The third Change is Brewing Festival on Saturday went "exceptionally well", according to organisers.

The event took place on Saturday, June 22 at the Botley Tap Social Taproom and featured leading UK craft breweries, street food and music.

Brian Spencer, marketing manager for Tap Social and lead planner for the festival, said: "It went exceptionally well -this was our third Change is Brewing festival and quite possibly our biggest and best one yet, with around 600 people in total attending across the day - and we actually had to turn away quite a few people so as to not go over capacity. 

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"The support from our community was - and always is - amazing, and to that end we were so happy to see a great mix of both familiar and new faces having a great time.

"Country singer-songwriter Brook Ellingworth curated the outdoor music programme across the afternoon, and in the evening we had the Brewers' Night Off DJs lighting up the dance floor like only they can - one half of that tandem is Tap Social's Head Brewer Jason Bolger.

"We were also very grateful for the support from all of our guest breweries, which traveled here from as far as Cornwall and included Verdant Brewing Co, which is rated one of the best independent craft breweries in the UK, and which we recently collaborated with on Tips the Scales, a 5.2 per cent Hazy Pale Ale available for a limited time at our Oxfordshire community venues."