Pints costing £2.45 will be offered at The Furness Railway's 12-day beer festival in Barrow.

From October 11 to 22, the Abbey Road pub will serve 25 real ales, including five from brewers in Canada, the USA, South African and the Czech Republic.

The menu will feature options not previously available and includes vegan and gluten-free beers.

Pub manager Rob Hope said: "The festival is a great celebration of real ale.

"It will allow us to showcase a selection of superb beers over a 12-day period, at great value for money prices.

"It will also give our customers the opportunity to enjoy a number of beers which have not previously been served in the pub, including those from overseas."

Among the global variety of malt and hop flavours, there are also ingredients like vanilla and cherries.

Festival attendees can expect to try Bunny Hop, Broken Dial, Easy Stout, Harlequin, Dos Perros, Bohemian Pale Ale, Average Joe!, Hoptropolis IPA, Fear of the Dark, and Zulu Blonde.

For the price of a pint, three third-of-a-pint tasters will also be offered.

Tasting notes and ordering can be accessed in the pub or digitally through the Wetherspoon app and website.