Our Three Locations in a Nutshell

You may or may not know that we’ve been producing and distributing beers throughout the Puget Sound area for nearly 25 years – since 1994 to be exact! Each of our three distinct locations plays a vital role in making it all possible.  

Brewery & Alehouse

The spot that started it all, our original Brewery & Alehouse embodies the history embedded in the original wooden beams and open plank ceiling. Once home to a pub and prior to that, a bus garage, the Brewery & Alehouse is a treasured spot for those looking to enjoy a brew on the waterfront. Wrangle up the friends, landlubbers or sea farers are both welcome, and joins us for grub and brews. We’re open every day of the week, from 10 am-1am Monday to Friday, and 8am-1 am on Saturday and Sunday. See what’s on tap and on the menu today.

Production Brewery & Taproom

Home to where a majority of the brews you’ve come to know and love are produced, our production brewery and taproom is located in Mukilteo, Washington. As the second brewery that we opened, you can also find our headquarters here. This is where much of our ideation process spawning our crazy ideas takes place. Our taproom hours are limited to Friday and Saturday, from 3pm – 8 pm and is located at 4602 Chennault Beach Road, B2 in Mukilteo.

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Brewpub @ MLT

Last but most certainly not least, the Brewpub @ MLT, opened most recently. With capacity to crank out 1,500 barrels of our finest brews annually, our production brewery is full-scale. The Brewpub @ MLT hosts a few of our monthly events, including Washington Beer Nights and Knot Your Average Beer night. Don’t miss our daily happy hour specials, from 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm then 9:30 pm to close. Feel free to bring fido along, assuming our outdoor seating area is open!

Whether you’ve visited us at all three of our locations or none of them, we’d love to host you at Diamond Knot. Check out our events calendar to see what we have going on across our three locations or simply come by for some of our brewed liquid gold during business hours.

Terrence Gordon