A social club in Staffordshire where hundreds of different beers have been served over the past two years has been named club of the year by real ale group CAMRA.
The Campaign for Real Ale said Kinver Constitutional Club "bowled over" judges who were impressed at the beer knowledge of the stewards as well as the range of real ales.
More than 250 different beers have been served at the club, which has won the local CAMRA club of the year award every year since 2007.
The club is a converted hotel which strongly supports breweries from the local area, including Hobsons, Kinver and Enville, with most of the village of Kinver making up its 1,400-strong membership.
Ian Charlton of Camra's clubs committee said: "The splendid array of high quality real ales on offer, the range of rooms, and the exemplary hospitality shown by the club is something that has not been matched for many years.
"The club is very much at the heart of the community, and this is wholly apparent on entering the village.
"Kinver is the sort of club which epitomises the invaluable role pubs and clubs play in the lives of small rural communities and it's a pleasure to present them with this national title."