Diamond Knot expands to Mountlake Terrace
Diamond Knot is celebrated the grand opening of its newest location in Mountlake Terrace this month.
Based in Mukilteo, Diamond Knot Craft Brewing has expanded into a 8,700-square-foot brewpub adjacent to Double DD Meats in Mountlake Terrace. The company now has four locations, including two in Mukilteo.
In a nod to its Pacific Northwest nautical history, Diamond Knot hosted a ship’s christening ceremony in lieu of a traditional ribbon cutting on Feb. 8.
The new Brewpub @ MLT, at 5602 232nd St. #106, includes a production brewery visible throughout the restaurant, full bar, private dining and outdoor seating.
“It’s really about the Diamond Knot experience,” said company president and founder Bob Maphet. “Visitors to the brewpub will not only be able to drink our craft beer, they can watch it being made.”
The 10-barrel brewing system is in full view behind a wall of glass. The beer is brewed and fermented, then sent to serving tanks in the large walk-in cooler and piped directly to the taps.
The location also features a bar top made from shipwrecked timber once onboard a steam freighter that ran aground off the Washington coast in 1921.
Underwater for more than 80 years, the wood floated to shore and was reclaimed by a local timber company.
The brewpub menu includes signature burgers and pizzas, salads, chowder and specialty dishes. Breakfast is served on the weekends. Monthly chef specials, appetizers and desserts round out the offerings.
Hours are 10 a.m. to midnight Monday-Friday and 8 a.m. to midnight Saturday and Sunday.
Founded in 1994, Diamond Knot also operates the Brewery & Alehouse on the Mukilteo waterfront, Camano Lodge on Camano Island and the Taproom, located at the company’s production brewery and headquarters on Chennault Beach Road in Mukilteo.
-Edited by Beacon staff