The beer is what makes this place great. Kind of a dive, but a good place to sit an enjoy a couple Diamond Knot IPA’s. Great location near the Mukilteo ferry, so a good place to hang out if you’re waiting to get over to Whidbey Island or just want to hang around Mukilteo. Nice folks here--lots of Boeing employees from Everett, especially since the founders used to work at Boeing. It’s all about the beer here!
I’ve been going here for years. Industrial IPA was on the forefront of the double/imperial IPA rage. Great place for a meal- I recommend the hotstone items, but the pizza is good too. Has the best urinal in the world- bar none! (you just got to see it)
Arriving in Mukilteo the sun was setting the beer was cold the crowd was huge this was the place. Parking? What parking? Need to find a spot and it can be a hoof if it is a beautiful day like it was. Watch the traffic it can be busy when the ferry comes in. Sat down got the free peanuts and the bartender was ready with my order. I got more samples of some awesome brews. Vienna, Possession Porter, XXX Triple Industrial IPA and Steamer Glide stout was to finish the tasting at Diamond Knot. A traditional old brew pub that has tons of character and fun happening. They had a band playing the food looked awesome and tasted great. The character was awesome of old brewery signs and some that where very rare. They knew there beers and the place was just for adults. They do have a family friendly place that just opened up and I will stop by there when I am in town next time. This is on the water so it can be a great day trip take the family and see the sights and finish with some good brews. The IPA and s
Pretty busy place when I dropped by. Lots of choice in terms of the brews. A surprising number of British-style brews considering how good their IPA and IIPA are. The service was very friendly and better yet, efficient. Inside is fairly industrial looking, but I like it. A small section with a sofa and an easy chair sort of separates the bar area from the restaurant. We had some of the pizza which my girlfriend enjoyed more than I did, but the sandwiches at the table next to looked and smelled great. I liked the AB keg urinal as well. There isn’t too much to complain about here. Cool place that I’ll definitely be back to. I’ve seen loads of places with peanuts on the floor, but its strange in a place with carpet.
Read the earlier ratings. All the good stuff is so true. Murderously great IPA. Fantastic pizza. Heck, if you get there about 11:30 on a week day parking is not all that difficult (at least the two times I’ve been there). Don’t go to Seattle without going to Mukilteo. When in Mulkilteo it’s Ivars or Diamond Knot. Send the wine drinkers to Ivars, and the ale lovers to DK.
batkins (78) Vancouver, Washington | September 11, 2004| Updated March 19, 2006
First of all, check out the urinal. It’s an A-B keg......how fitting, pissing in a keg of Bud!
Great little place!! Had an early lunch and a couple of beers. The food served on the hot rock didn’t sound so great at first, but turned out to be very good. Service was great and the waitress was very knowledgable of all products. I’ll definately be back.
Oh yeah.....don’t forget the beer. Really good IPA’s! Try the Industrial.
Nena (20) Seattle, Washington | August 14, 2009| Updated August 30, 2009
A small place in a beautiful location by the sound. It doesn’t look like very much either inside or outside, but is comfortable with heavy wooden tables. The biggest disadvantage is parking. With the ferry, beach, and other businesses you may have to struggle to find a spot. They serve a sublime IPA, both the regular and "industrial", and have very good pizza. I love a beer with spicy food and personally recommend the jalapeno and pepperocini laden "chainsaw massacre" pizza. Prices are reasonable, and the service is good.
Stopped in here while passing through the area. The area has a cool beach town vibe, and this place fits right in with a mellow feel and friendly service, with to-go beers. Big selection of different beers on tap; I didn’t try the food. Will have to go back sometime.
theisti (899) Kansas | February 26, 2008| Updated September 8, 2014
Visited on the afternoon of Tuesday, February 12th. Very warm pub atmosphere, worn wood and furniture through out. Not run down, just very authentic. Right by the ferry dock, so has a very Port town feeling to the place. The bartender was very friendly, and extremely accommodating in allowing me to try smaller pours of their beers (who needs a full pint of IIPA when you need to drive back to Seattle?) I didn’t order any food, but what I saw coming out looked very good. The crowd was a great mix of locals who appreciated good beer, beer nerds and other general tourists. Even at 3PM on Tuesday, there were at least 20-30 folks in the place. I was staying in downtown Seattle, and the drive up took me about 50 minutes.
82 = ★★★½ (Solid place, near the top of the list for locals and visitors)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
Lincoln Ave location as I brought the kids. What a lovely little group of buildings. Inside is small but quaint. Service was excellent, pizza was outstanding. And the beer, very nice. We will definitely be back, if it is nice, the patio looks quite inviting.