Coming soon (again), Diamond Knot’s Blond Ale will be bottled up for only the second time to be distributed in the Northwest. When asked why they decided to bottle up a beer that has been non-existent outside the brewpub and select alehouses Brewmaster Pat Ringe had this to say.
We have a huge potential fan base that may not able to experience our beers on draft, so bottling our most popular beers allows us to reach out to them. Bottling the Blonde Ale is a natural fit to our seasonal selections.
Inspired by the pre-Prohibition Lager recipes of old, this beer is sure to be a hit for those working out in the yard, at the park, or sitting on someone’s porch; while enjoying the warmth of the sun.
It is a clean, crisp beer that you can take along no matter your summer plans. Its complex flavors perfectly complement any seafood dish, salad, or just a classic hamburger or hotdog. It truly is an excellent ale that compliments all occasions.
But for those who want something different, you can expect to find their IPA, Industrial IPA, and Brown Ale, featured at bottleshops and independent grocers like Whole Foods; annually. Additionally they offer four seasonal beers in bottles: Slane’s Irish-style Red Ale (Spring), Blonde Ale, Vienna Ale (Fall) and Industrial Ho! Ho! Winter Ale (Winter).
As always if you don’t see it on the shelf ask your grocer to buy a case!
About Diamond Knot Brewing Co
Founded in 1994, Diamond Knot Brewing Company, Inc. is a privately held company and Snohomish County’s oldest continuously operating brewery. Hand-crafted Diamond Knot ales can be found in multiple States, both in bottles and on draft. Additionally, Diamond Knot operates three full-service restaurants; two in Mukilteo, WA and one on Camano Island, WA. The Camano Island location and the original alehouse offer a unique, interactive dining experience with StonegrillTM, in which customers are able to cook their meal right at their table. Diamond Knot prides itself in providing all their customers with the finest foods and beers, all while being integral, productive and charitable members of the communities in which they operate.