The best pubs in the region have been revealed in the Hull and East Yorkshire Campaign For Real Ale Awards.
The Whalebone Inn in Wincolmlee's been named the best in Hull while The Butcher's Dog in Driffield won the best town category.
The Goodmanham Arms in Goodmanham took the village category.
Independent judges based the results on the quality of the real ale, value for money and overall experience.
Angela Cawte, chair of the Hull and East Yorkshire branch, says: "Overall I am delighted that pubs in the local area have again demonstrated the values CAMRA seeks to uphold.
"I have visited them all in the last few weeks and have been very impressed how much the 'local' is still alive and kicking in our communities and long may that continue.
"Pubs hold a significant part in the daily life of so many people; whether as companionship or refuge; and the businesses which continue to expand and grow are testament to this."