Seeing as how the bottle says Kentucky Ale is a hybrid between an English Pale Ale and an Irish Red, I was excited since I've never had such a hybrid.
Kentucky Ale pours a crystal clear, red amber color. It smells like mild sweet malts with a slight background of hops. Tasting it reveals some interesting characteristics. Each sip tastes like a classic Irish Red at the start, sweet and malty caramel, but finishes tasting like a lighter English Pale Ale (English Pale Ales tend to be more mild than India Pale Ales, but similarly dry with hops being the dominant flavor). This transition between the two flavors is very evident and well-done, making a very delicious marriage, combining the best parts of both styles. I would say it still tends to lean more heavily on the Irish Red side of things, overall, but it really is a great twist on the style and considerably better than many similar beers.