A total of 29,952 pints were pulled and 307 different beers and ciders on sale at the popular festival over the weekend.
Now is in its 25th year Ealing Beer Festival drew in the crowds despite the World Cup matches and the inclement weather.
West London breweries were represented as well as breweries from Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany and Denmark.
A selection of wines from Brightwell and Lyme Bay were also on sale and, new for 2014, Highland wineries.
Festival organiser Graham Harrison said. "I am absolutely delighted that over 10,000 visitors joined us in our 112m marquee in Walpole Park to celebrate our silver jubilee, tasting a range of the best beers, ciders and perries in the country. Despite increasing the beer order from last year we had to make two re-orders so that we could offer a wide choice on our final day."