QUEENSRCHE Guitarist To Appear At 'Whip Ale' Event

QUEENSRCHE guitarist Michael "Whip" Wilton will appear at a Whip Ale event on Saturday, September 3 at Finaghty's Irish Pub and Restaurant located in the heart of scenic Snoqualmie Ridge in Snoqualmie, Washington starting at 9:00 p.m. Rumor has it a few of Michael's friends from QUEENSRCHE will be on hand that evening as well to enjoy the festivities.

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Whip Ale is a collaborative effort between Diamond Knot Brewery in Mukilteo, Washington and Wilton.

Whip Ale is an American pale ale bittered with nugget, simcoe and cascade hops. Pale, caramel and vienna malts provide a balance to the bright, citrusy hop flavors. American ale yeast generates a clean, crisp finish. 30 IBUs; 6.1%ABV


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