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The Sportsman, St John's Road, Huddersfield. Picture: BFH
The Sportsman in Huddersfield is to celebrate its fifth anniversary in fine style.
The St John's Road pub is hosting a series of events from April 24-26.
There will also be special birthday beers from local brewers to mark the anniversary of the pub, which has won a stack of local CAMRA awards in a short space of time.
One ale that caught my eye was from The Sair Inn, which traditionally keeps hold of its Linfit ales up that steep hill in Linthwaite.
Here are the full details, courtesy of our intrepid news gatherer, The Bloke from Hull:
5 YEARS!! Worthy of one hell of a celebratory weekend!! Not one to miss, "HERE'S TO 5 MORE!"
Thursday 24th April - Tapas with a Yorkshire twist 5-9pm.
Friday 25th - Tapas with a Yorkshire twist 5-9pm. Live music at 8:30pm from Yorkshire based klezmer & Balkan band, Klonk.
Saturday 26th April - 3pm mini welcome party for Jamie and the rest of the cyclists who are biking from Emirates Stadium to Huddersfield Town as part of the Pedal for Pounds 5: The Chapman Trail in aid of Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
Saturday evening - 7pm DJ 'Chicken Scratch'. Late night finish at 2am.
Special birthday brews from: The Sportsman Brewing Company, Mallinsons, Briggs Signature Ales, Riverhead, The Nook, Golcar, Empire, Summer Wine Brewery, Sair Inn.
Meanwhile, The Sportsman's sister pub in Wakefield, The Cricketers Arms, is hosting an American beer festival over the May Day Bank Holiday weekend. The details are on the Horbury pub's poster below, just click to enlarge.