Around 500 people are expected to flock to Rishton for the Conservative Club’s annual beer festival.
The ‘Close Encounters’ event follows the successful inaugural beer and cider festival last year which was attended by around 300 people.
It also comes as the club on Cliff Street is set to be named ‘Club of the Year’ for the Hyndburn area by the local Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) group.
A presentation by CAMRA members will be held on the first night of the three-day festival which begins on Friday, June 19.
Dave Lees, secretary of the club, said they are delighted to be receiving the award and are expecting this year's festival to be ‘bigger and better’ than last year.
Money raised from the festival will also go towards Guide Dogs UK and Brain Tumour Research.
Dave said: “We had hundreds of people through the doors over the two days last year so we would hope to do at least that again this time.
“As it is our second one we would like to get even more. We raised about £500 for charity last year and we would like to do at that this time and it’s all for a good cause.”
Entertainment on Friday night will be provided by The Ginjammers and on Saturday the Hyndburn band ‘Over Aged White Men’ will perform.
Dave said: “We will have local beers from Cumbria, a couple of return guest beers from last year that went down well and ciders from the Ribble Valley and Bolton.
“Sunday is the last day of the beer festival and there maybe one or two special offers if we have anything left.
“We are not ordering a great deal more than last year so I would encourage people to visit on the Friday and Saturday when we will have a full selection.”
A sponsored 70-mile bike ride for Brain Tumour Research featuring Paul Bradley and Tommy Burrows will also finish at the club on Saturday, June 20 and will be followed by a tombola and raffle.