Cider lovers will be able to enjoy a range of tipples from England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland during a 17-day festival at four pubs in the area.
The festivals will take place from Friday, July 10 until Sunday, July 26 at The Red Lion in Front Street West, Bedlington, John The Clerk of Cramlington, in Village Road, and The Wallaw in Union Street, Blyth, as well as The Fire Station in York Road, Whitley Bay.
The pubs will each offer a selection of up to 30 ciders, including apple, pear and other fruit, featuring some never previously available in the pubs, and others produced exclusively for the festival.
Each of the ciders will be available from £1.99 to £2.05 a pint.
Customers can enjoy three one-third pint of ciders for the price of a pint.