A beer festival is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War on its glasses.

The Watford branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), is holding its 24th annual festival at the West Herts Sports Club until tomorrow.

The glasses feature an image of soldiers from the First World War and poppies.

A spokesperson said: “Watford Beer Festival has enjoyed its usual success with more than 80 beers as well as ciders, perry and mead available.

“Local breweries are represented with Watling Street, Paradigm and Pope's Yard all present.”

Branch chairman Mark Fried said: "It is a pleasure to be back at the West Herts Sports Club and our 24th year.

“Attendance has been excellent and we hope to be able to sell most of the beer from a variety of local and national breweries."

Friday will see the Hertfordshire Beer of the Year awarded while a pub quiz will take place on Saturday evening.

Entrance is free for members of both CAMRA and the West Herts Sports Club, and costs £2.50 for non-members.