We told you that we honestly couldn't think of anywhere we'd rather spend a Thursday night than at Reddstone, eating at drinking at this year's Kentucky Beer Dinner- turns out, last night's meal was even better than we expected.
The smattering of samples began rolling in around 7:30 p.m. and continued until well after 9:30 p.m.
Our favorites? The Kentucky IPA and Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale ranked high on our list, as did the candied bourbon chicken wings and Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Stout brownie.
If you're bummed you missed out, here are some photos for you to peruse, plus you can find Kentucky Ale at Giant Eagle, Heinen's, and many major retailers here in Cleveland.
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