Gin lovers will have the opportunity to enjoy a selection of the drink from the UK and overseas during a 17-day festival.

The festival is being held at Wetherspoon pubs across Cornwall, including The Packet Station in Falmouth, Try Dowr in Truro, The Coinage Hall in Helston and The John Francis Basset in Camborne.

The pubs will be serving gins from Sweden, USA and Moldova as well as gins produced in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The festival will run from Friday, August 16, to Sunday, September 1, inclusive.

There will be flavoured gins, classic gins, gin liqueurs as well as a distilled non-alcoholic.

The flavours include pineapple and mango, cucumber, peach and hibiscus, rhubarb and rosehip, lemon & jasmine.

Among the UK gins are: The Lakes Rhubarb & Rosehip Gin Liqueur, Jawbox Pineapple & Ginger Gin Liqueur, Zymurgorium FlaGingo Pink Gin, Sipsmith Gin Strawberries and Cream.

The overseas gins are: Aviation Gin (USA), Tower Bridge London Dry Gin (Moldova), Ceders Crisp (Sweden).

The pub will offer a range of mixers for customers to drink with their gins, including ginger, lemonade and two flavoured tonics, Valencian Orange as well as Elderflower.

Manager of The Packet Station in Falmouth, Ryan Wilce, said: "We have sourced an excellent range of gins which have not previously been available in the pub.

"We are confident that our customers will enjoy trying the different gins which each have their own unique appeal."

The gins will range in price from £2.85 to £3.35 (single measure) and include a free mixer.

Tasting notes on all the gins will be available in the pubs.

In addition the pub will also offer its regular range of gins.