A family-run pub in Winchester has put on its annual beer and cider festival.

Hot on the heels of the success of the Winchester Beer and Cider Festival, The Hyde Tavern held the event between June 14 and June 16.

Despite the temperamental weather, locals flocked through the pub's doors to sample the drinks and dance to the blues of the Hightown Crows.

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Janet Theodore, the landlady, was pouring out drinks along with other volunteers from the vast number of kegs that lined the pub's walls. 

"The turnout hasn't been as good as last year, but that's because of the weather," said Mrs Theodore. "The music has been fantastic though."

Mr Vinay Narang, CAMRA member and bar and ticket manager at the Winchester Beer and Cider Festival, was present and was delighted with the offerings at The Hyde Tavern.

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There were dozens of varieties of beer and cider, both nationally and locally produced.

Revellers enjoyed various musical acts over the three days, including Shanty and Jelvis.

Beyond the festivities, The Hyde Tavern is a family-run gem, with the sort of atmosphere that is impossible to find in a chain-run pub.