Catford beer festival will return after a ten year hiatus.

More than 50 beers and 20 ciders from local breweries will be on offer at the Catford Bridge Tavern in Station Approach during the festival which will be held between Friday, June 23 and Sunday June 25.

Confirmed breweries include the Brockley Brewing Company, Bexley Brewery, Southwark Brewing, Old Kent Road, Hop Stuff, Three Sods, Bianca Road and Ignition Brewery, and street food will also be available.

Nick O’Shea, founder of Ignition Brewery said: "We’re delighted to be part of the festival Catford Beer Festival.

"Our beer is brewed by local people who have learning disabilities and it’s a great opportunity to showcase our amazing staff and our range of beers and porters".

Americana covers band Champion Hillbillies, from Camberwell, will be providing the entertainment on Friday night, with Little Beach playing on Saturday night along with a vinyl set from Psych vs Soul.

The festival is a joint effort between sponsors Hop Stuff, the Catford Bridge Tavern, Lewisham Council and south-east London CAMRA.