Formerly in the celebrations of the brotherhood several ewes were killed and then brothers auctioned their pieces of meat to obtain income for the brotherhood.
Esquedas has recovered this ancestral tradition during the Cultural week (third week of the month of September).
Formerly, the celebration of the Brotherhood of the Blessed Sacrament was celebrated the third Sunday of September although it varied if it coincided with the fair of Ayerbe. The protagonist of this ritual is the auctioneer. He is dressed in black velveteen suit on a hemp shirt, with leather sandals that protect the strong socks of wool.
The auctioneer begins to remove pieces of roasted meat and puts a price of exit. Soon the attending public is bidding up by the pieces until the auction is closed. High amounts of money by these pieces of meat can be paid. The obtained money from the auction is used to support expenses to organizate a public celebrations.