BUSINESSES in the Cotswolds have teamed up to create a 'boozy fusion' of food and drink products to celebrate one firms second anniversary.

Corinium Ales is turning two later this month, and will be celebrating at Cirencester Farmers' Market on Saturday, November 22, where they first launched their beers in 2012.

Visitors to the market can try other boozy treats such as Auntie Caroline's Amazing Ale Chutney, Woodland Game's Stout Venison Kebabs, and beer chocolate brownies by Fair and Square.

There will also be Corinium Ales' spicy seasonal anniversary ale.

Lucy Cordrey of Corinium Ales said: "This year we wanted to create a boozy fusion with other local produces in the market and offer some anniversary treats for everyone to try."

The firms customer survey prize draw winner will also be announced at the market at 11am and will take home a case of Corinium Ales’ beer.

To continue the celebrations, the company will also be at The Marlborough Arms in Cirencester on Monday, November 24 at 7pm. Customers can enjoy beer from the bar and also in a beef and ale stew with dumplings, specially cooked for the occasion.