Over 6,000 guests attended the competition after it returned for its first yr since earlier than the pandemic.
The entire funds given means the favored Stonehaven occasion has reached its £240,000 milestone for cash raised because it started in 2009.
This weekend marked a wonderful return for the Midsummer Beer Taking place in Stonehaven after £65,000 was raised for native causes.
Organiser of the competition, Robert Lindsay mentioned: “We couldn’t have requested for a greater comeback after the pandemic than this.
“There was a celebration environment for all three days of the Taking place, with folks simply having a lot enjoyable and making particular recollections – even the solar put in an look.”
“We are able to’t thank everybody who got here sufficient – particularly as they’ve helped us elevate such a exceptional sum of money which can now help native good causes as they get on their toes as all of us come out of the pandemic.
“That spirit of generosity which works hand-in-hand with a way of pleasure and happiness is what makes the Taking place so particular.”
Over 150 beers and ciders have been out there for beer-loving guests on the three-day competition in addition to award-winning native meals. Proficient musicians have been additionally performing making certain it was an entertaining and memorable time for all.
Round 900 cyclists additionally took half within the Taking place’s Sportive occasion taking up difficult routes from 55 to 100 miles lengthy.
A number of native charities will likely be supported from the funds raised from this yr’s Taking place which is run totally by volunteers which Mr Lindsay mentioned they might not do with out.
He mentioned: “From constructing and getting ready the marquee, to welcoming visitors, pouring pints and doing all of the little unsung jobs that preserve the competition working, round 400 folks pitched in, rolled up their sleeves and made the Taking place occur.
“We actually don’t have the phrases to thank them for that.”
A donation of £8,000 every will go to the Stonehaven Fireballs Affiliation, Stonehaven Sea Cadets, Stonehaven Air Coaching Corps, and Carronhill College.
9 different Stonehaven charities – together with Stonehaven People Competition, Stonehaven Yacht Membership and Mackie RFC Youth – will every be receiving £2,500 from the occasion.
Mr Lindsay, additionally founding father of Six Levels North brewery, mentioned: “The Taking place is greater than only a beer competition, albeit one which showcases the best possible in at the moment’s brewing, placing a highlight on award-winning brewers, with this yr’s placing Scottish breweries within the highlight.