Oxfordshire based Hook Norton Brewery has revealed a programme for 10 beer festivals at its tenanted pubs between 25 June and 1 October.
Selected pubs can choose between more than 70 beers from nine brewers in addition to Hook Norton's range.
The brewery will set up the festivals, supply stillage and pint and half pint glasses and organise beer deliveries from the pubs' chosen breweries.
Hook Norton will also provide participating pubs with PoS material including banners and leaflets and can supply beer tokens.
The Butchers Arms in Balscote, oxfordshire, recently held a festival. Licensee Kate Thompson said they served 10 real ales from seven brewers as well as their Hook Norton range.
Operations manager Jo Hyde said: "Beer festivals are good for customers and good for pubs.
"They provide a huge point of interest for the pub and are great way for a pub to celebrate the diversity of the region's brewers and the beers they produce.
"We want to keep the festivals local so the brewers we use are near to the pubs and near to our brewery."