Craft beer enthusiasts and foodies can look forward to a weekend of indulgence as Crystal Palace Park is set to be taken over by a craft beer festival.

The Craft Beer Folk Festival is set to run in Crystal Palace Park from June 14 to June 16.

Situated at the park's summit, close to the triangle, the festival promises to be a celebration of local brews.

Attendees will have the opportunity to sample a diverse range of craft beers such as Gipsy Hill Brewery, Anspach & Hobday, BR3WERY, Drop Project Brewing, and Southey Brewing.

Skewer, known for their incredible kebabs, will be serving up their signature dishes, while Roam and Relish will tempt festival-goers with loaded fries and indulgently dirty burgers.

Tickets for the festivals are £10 per day and beer prices range from £5 to £7. You can get them from the Craft Beer Folk website.

Craft Beer Folk Founder David Leydon said: “CAMRA do a cracking job with their local beer festivals, but they’re often lacking the punchy craft beer we all crave, in fact many festivals do and without going to one of the large central London events it’s hard to find these beers on tap unless you’re lucky enough to have a great pub nearby.

“Sadly, I and loads of others don’t have that great pub, so that’s where Craft Beer Folk is going to step in.

“We’re going to bring fantastic beer to the people, to their local parks, and we’re going to do it in a festival setting so we can all enjoy the best beer in the best sunshine.”