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Diamond Knot Brewing celebrates New Beers Eve with 4 new beers

 

New Beers Eve is an unofficial holiday celebrated in the United States on April 6th. In 1933, on that date, beer began to flow again as Prohibition came to an end. Beer was the first beverage to become legal following Prohibition. On April 6, 1933 people lined up outside breweries and taverns, waiting for the clock to strike midnight so they could legally purchase beer for the first time in over 13 years. April 7, the first day beer was legal again, is known as National Beer Day.

This year Diamond Knot Brewing is using the occasion of New Beers Eve to introduce four new beers: a Belgian-style dubbel and three new IPAs. The beers all go on tap at Diamond Knot’s two locations on Thursday, April 6.

The dubbel is described, simply, as ester-forward. The first IPA is a single-hopped Golden IPA brewed with Cascade hops. The second IPA is a Citrus IPA brewed with orange and lime. Finally, 727 IPA featuring Idaho 7 and Experimental #07270 hops.

Diamond Knot will tap all four of the limited-releases beers at noon at Diamond Knot Brewery & Alehouse and Diamond Knot Brewpub at MLT.

Note that these releases come right on the heels of the release of Diamond Knot’s limited-release Azacca IPA, which is available in limited supply in bottles and cans.

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