(Mukilteo, WA) – The start of a new calendar often sparks a desire to change things up – be it tastes, activities, attitudes or all of the above. With this in mind, starting mid-January 2013, Diamond Knot Craft Brewing will release its spring seasonal beer, Slane’s Irish-Style Red Ale. It will be available on draft and in 22-oz. bottles at retailers throughout the Pacific Northwest and nationally through Total Wine & More.
“Slane’s Irish-Style Red blends the best of Irish tradition with the boldness of West Coast style. The challenge was designing a beer that balances the complex malty sweetness, while still letting the Pacific Northwest hops shine through. We think we’ve come up with something that our customers really look forward to year after year,” said Brewmaster Pat Ringe.
Slane’s Irish-Style Red Ale is deep red in color with a sweet, caramel aroma, complex malt flavors and a very subtle smokiness and crisp, hoppy finish.
Availability: January – March
Style: Red Ale
Malts: 2-row Pale, Flaked Barley, Munich Malt, Chocolate Malt, Caramel Malt
Hops: Galena, Willamette
Food Pairings: Wide range of food: chicken, seafood, burgers; lightly tangy cheese; poached pears
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, Vienna Ale and Industrial Ho!Ho! Winter Ale.
About Diamond Knot Craft Brewing:
Founded in 1994, Diamond Knot Craft Brewing 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, Wash., and one on Camano Island, Wash. The Camano Island location and the Brewery & Alehouse offer a unique, interactive StonegrillTM dining experience, in which customers are able to cook their meals right at their table. Diamond Knot prides itself in providing exceptional craft beer and food, and lively experiences, as well as being charitable members of the communities in which they operate.