What is Ho! Ho! Winter Ale? Here’s what the brewery has to say.
Pat Ringe, Diamond Knot’s Head Brewer, says the Ho!Ho! makes a great addition to the seasonal line-up and is the perfect introduction to the winter months. “The turning of the seasons sparks the occasion to change things up, our Ho! Ho! Winter Ale does exactly that. The Ho!Ho! is my personal favorite of all Diamond Knot Beers; it’s the first one I really took under my wing and made it my own many years ago.”
Its bold, complex flavors make it a great beer to celebrate the winter season or to enjoy sitting by the fire. It perfectly complements the rich, hearty foods of the season such as roasted beef or spicy Szechuan dishes.
The Ho!Ho! is a robust ‘winter warmer’ ale, ruby brown in color with a slightly sweet, fruity nose. Very hoppy, yet well balanced with a sturdy malt foundation. Ho!Ho! Winter Ale has an alcohol by volume (ABV) of 8.5 percent, and 60 international bittering units (IBUs).
Diamond Knot bottles several other styles year around, including India Pale Ale, Industrial IPA and Brown Ale. Additionally they offer four seasonal beers in bottles: Slane’s Irish-style Red Ale, Blonde Ale and Vienna Ale, as well as several draft only beers.
Still not satisfied? Here is our review taken earlier this year.
As always, if you don’t see this on the shelf or on draft ask your sever or grocer to buy some!
About Diamond Knot Brewing Co
Founded in 1994, Diamond Knot Brewing Company, Inc. is a privately held company and is 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.