BEER, live  music and street food will be up for grabs this bank holiday weekend as an Indie beer festival returns.

Worcester Indie Beer Fest is set to come back to Worcester for its second year on Saturday, August 26 and Sunday, August 27.

The first session starts at noon on Saturday and will run until 5pm. The second session will start at 6pm and will run until 11pm. 

On Sunday, doors will open at noon and the event will run until 10pm.

Like last year the weekend will be split into two sessions on Saturday (afternoon/evening) and an all-day session on Sunday.

Organisers hope to showcase some of the best craft beer in the UK. 

The festival will be split into a collection of bars inside the Henry Sandon Hall next to the Royal Porcelain Works in Worcester.

There will be three separate bars where people can try UK craft beer, German & Czech Lager and Belgian Beer. 

List of craft beers at the festival:

UK CRAFT BAR - Deya, Verdant, Track, Nothing Bound, Newbarns, Yonder, Elusive, Marble, Sureshot, Pomona Island, Cult Of Oak, St Mars Of The Desert, Beak, Donzoko & Glasshouse (own bar).

READ MORE: Hop Lords on Pump Street is a quirky taproom making a mark in the city

BELGIAN BAR - Tripel B, Worcester's dedicated Belgian Beer Cafe have put a beer lineup together for their own bar this year.

Pouring beers from Duvel Moortgat, De Halve Maan, Westmalle, Liefmans, Vedett, Timmermans, Brasserie De Blaugies & Hill Farmstead.

GERMAN BAR -  Tegernseer Hell, Tegernseer Spezial, Kloster Reutberg Hell, Rothaus Pils, Hofbrau Lager & Schofferhofer. 

There will also be a selection of food traders dotted around the venue over the weekend.

Tickets are on sale for £10 on Saturday and £15 on Sunday.

Clint Webbe from Pizza Freakz on Pump Street will be cooking a barbeque and even plating up some pizza slices too.

Mr Webbe said: "We're all excited."

The event is dog and child-friendly.

The event has been put together by the staff at Hop Lord's on Pump Street and sponsored by Deya Brewing Company.

Hop Lord's is an intriguing taproom and bottle shop that was one of the first of its kind to open in Worcester back in 2018.