Although Brigg Beer Festival could not be held in mid-May, locals who like a pint can still raise a glass on National Beer Day 2021, also known as Beer Day Britain.
This can be celebrated in style across the UK on Tuesday, June 15 now that some of the lockdown restrictions on licensed premises have been lifted.
Ales made by various brewers will be on offer in Brigg pubs and at our licensed clubs - Brigg & District Servicemen's and Brigg Town FC's Hawthorns.
The Yarborough Hunt, on Bridge Street, is the 'tap' for Lincolnshire Craft Ales, while the Lord Nelson offers those made at Snaith's Old Mill Brewery.
The centrepiece of National Beer Day comes at 7pm when people are asked to take part in a Cheers To Beer Toast and then post pictures on social media, using the hashtag #cheerstobeer
On June 15, 2020, because of the Coronavirus emergency, people had to make do with drinking a few bottled ales at home.
It's to be hoped that Brigg District Lions, who launched Brigg Beer Festival more than 30 years ago, will feel able to resume normal service next May.