One afternoon, after sightseeing at the Mukilteo Lighthouse Park, my bro treated the fam to ice cream at the nearby Diamond Knot Brewery and Alehouse.
Diamond Knot first made a name for itself for its craft beers made by the company founders Bob Maphet and Brian Sollenberger. It was named after the cargo ship the Diamond Knot which was wrecked in 1947 and is now a renowned dive sites in the Pacific Northwest. The company serves as a tribute by the founders – both of whom are avid divers – to the salvage crew of the original Diamond Knot, for their perseverance; they aimed to replicate the tenacity of salvage crew in their own struggles in educating the local market about craft beer.
For our late afternoon sweet treat, the focus was on the hand-scooped ice cream that can be ordered to-go through one of the restaurant’s windows, which include:
Huckleberry. Smooth and creamy ice cream that features the sweet and tart taste of local huckleberries.
Chocolate Chip Mint. The rich sweetness of chocolate chips mixed into a fresh minty ice cream.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough. A yummy ice cream mixed with chocolate chips and bits of cookie dough.
These yummy frozen treats are priced USD3 for single scoop and USD5.5 for double scoops, with additional USD0.5 for a sugar cone and USD1 for a waffle cone.
These frozen goodies were just the right treats for the fam to enjoy on that beautiful sunny afternoon.
Diamond Knot Brewery and Alehouse is located at 621 Front Street, Mukilteo, WA 98275, open weekdays from 10am to 1am and weekends from 8am to 1am. For inquiries, call (425) 5128080.
For more details, visit www.diamondknot.com.
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