A Cardiff pub has got together with a top South Wales brewery to create a special spring ale.
The Pen and Wig on Park Grove is now serving O-Dewi Sant courtesy of Otley Brewery in Pontypridd after the pub's manager had the opportunity to visit the brewery and choose his ingredients for the beer.
Pub company Stonegate, which also owns Gassy Jacks, Flares and Reflex, sent a number of managers to help with the brew, which was given a patriotic name specially to be served at the Pen and Wig.
Barman Pete Harry, 30, said: "A couple of months ago our manager went down to the brewery and picked all his own ingredients and produced a beer specifically for us.
"It's a golden ale, quite hoppy, quite light: a real spring ale. When we have had it on it has flown out."
The pub has sold more than 12 barrels of the beer since it came in on March 1, which is a strong showing considering it is kept on rotation.
Pete also has plans to get together with Otley next month and produce another ale for the summer.
Pete said: "I'm planning to go down myself with a few customers and we'll do another one in the summer.
"I don't know what ingredients I'll be able to choose but it'll probably be another golden ale again because they sell very well."
O Dewi Sant is on at the Pen and Wig and is £2.65 a pint.