With bizarre bottles and special collaboration brews on tap, Summerhall's festivALE is back.
The festival will return for its sixth edition, following previous sell-out events, on the site which features Pickering's Gin distillery and Barney's brewery.
Taking place on Friday, November 6 and Saturday, November 7, the festival will celebrate Scottish beer, cider and spirits.
As well as pouring their favourite drinks, the brands taking part will also brew specials for the festival including Carbon Smith previewing its new red IPA.
The Royal Dick will host a bizarre bottle bar stocking unusual and hard to find bottles alongside its usual range.
For the first time, the festival will also host a Collab Bar featuring one-off beers brewed for the occasion in collaboration with Barney’s.
Owner of Barney's Beer Andrew Barnett said: "Summerhall’s events are all a little different and the Collab Bar is all about working within the beer community to build something cool.
"Some are collaborations I'm working on directly and others are new or just aren’t that available to all to get local producer’s hard work out there for beer fans to taste."
The sessions will also feature live music and DJ sets and the chance to take a tour of the distillery and brewery on site.
Tickets for the festivALE are available online or in person at the Summerhall box office costing £8, including £4 worth of beer tokens.