A Worcestershire historic house has joined forces with a popular bar for a brand-new event. 

Hartlebury Castle has teamed up with Worcester Belgian beer bar, TripleB, to create the Belgium Beer Bash. 

The event is set to be held on Saturday, June 22 from 12pm until 11pm and will offer ticket holders a pub atmosphere with live music in the beautiful historic grounds. 

The beer bash will also include a variety of outdoor games, food, craft stalls and gnomes which have been inspired by Chouffe brewery. 

Operations manager at Hartlebury Castle Chantel Summerfield said: "We've always seen the potential for Hartlebury Castle to hold a beer festival, so we're really excited for this event. 

"Visitors have enjoyed our previous gnome-inspired events, so Chouffe beers, with its gnome character Marcel, seemed like an ideal link to explore."

Kidderminster Shuttle: Chantel Summerfield (right) and Lydia Parkes (left) Chantel Summerfield (right) and Lydia Parkes (left) (Image: Hartlebury Castle)

Craig Finn, owner of TripelB, added: "We've been considering holding a large scale Chouffe event, so when the prospect of working with Hartlebury Castle appeared, we were keen to collaborate. 

"The grounds at Hartlebury are beautiful creating the perfect atmosphere for a Belgium Beer Bash."

Alongside working with TripleB, the event is being organised in collaboration with Belgian brewery Chouffe and supported by Palm, which is also based in Belgium. 

The music line-up features local artists including Lee Richardson, who recently supported former Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan for his performance at The Marrs Bar, Nothin' But Dust, Roscoe P Coltrane and Fletcher & Faye. 

Games including giant draughts, chess and space hoppers will be around the grounds for people to enjoy alongside local craft stalls and food from The Van Waffle Company and Lake House Events. 

Tickets to the Belgium Beer Bash event cost £6 plus a £1.50 booking fee per transaction. 

Online booking is required and tickets can be purchased by visiting www.hartleburycastle.com