HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A popular event made its return to Heritage Station, Saturday.
After its debut last summer, Rails and Ales was bigger and better this year.
More than 100 types of beer from across West Virginia were available to sample. Some were even brewed exclusively for the festival.
Different artisans set up shop, and there was plenty of live music and great food for guests from all over to enjoy.
"We've been wanting to come back and visit anyway, but we heard about this festival and I'm a craft beer lover, so I thought it was a perfect fit to see Huntington again and enjoy this festival," JD Dooley from North Carolina said.
Saturday was the last day for Huntington's craft beer week.
This was the second year for Rails and Ales. All 1,500 tickets were sold.