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We’re celebrating Summer at The Kentucky Castle with Ale-8-One!
Join us for a seasonal dinner in the Grand Ballroom followed with a summer concert celebration on the rooftop with Ale-8-One and Halfway To Hazard! Dinner in the Ballroom starts at 6PM. The Rooftop opens at 6:30PM and the concert starts at 7:30PM.
Music sample: https://www.halfwaytohazard.com/videos?ma_id=8&mc_id=595
Bacon Ale-8 Beer Cheese Gougere, Benton’s Bacon, Ale-8 Original, cheddar cheese
Seasonal Garden Salad, estate greens, pickled onions, candied walnuts, feta cheese, cherry Ale-8 sherry vinaigrette
Ginger Ale-8 Whole Roasted Chicken, fresh ginger, Ale-8 Original, garden herbs, roasted garlic
Cherry Glazed Pork Loin, cherry Ale-8, black cherry gastrique
Herb Roasted Garlic New Potatoes, fresh garlic, estate herbs
Sauteed Pole Beans, white wine, Ale-8 Original, garlic, shallot
Fresh Baked Rolls and Butter
Cherry Almond Ale-8 Berries and Shortbread
Ale-8 shortbread, toasted almonds, fresh local berries
If inclement weather, this performance will be held in the Greenhouse.
Menu subject to change
If you have dietary restrictions, we are happy to let you know which foods you can safely eat. Please email [email protected]
Bio: The very words “Halfway to Hazard” were the first ever penned by the duo. It inspired their name and has been symbolic of their music journey.
Chad Warrix and David Tolliver started playing together in Nashville clubs. Their regular shows soon started a buzz around them that ultimately attracted the attention of producer Byron Gallimore & country superstar Tim McGraw; who, sensing the potential of the two, steered them into the studio. They soon released their first self-titled album & opened for Tim McGraw & Faith Hill on the Soul to Soul II Tour. The following years afforded them opening slots for Tim McGraw, Jason Aldean and others, ACM nomination for Duo of the year, and the Billboard smash single “Daisy”.
H2H use their position as country music artists for philanthropic efforts that significantly move the needle. They have raised over $1,000,000 for music programs in their home state of Kentucky. They also raised over $500,000 for hurricane relief in Texas and Florida. In addition to those charitable efforts they are active with the TJ Martel Foundation, Storme Warren’s Nashville Navy, and *Tracy Lawrence’s Turkey Fry.