Maui Brewing Company (Kihei, HI) will open a new restaurant in 2018.
The Kailua Restaurant will open in the newly redesigned Lau Hala shops on Oahu. This will be the second by the brewery on the island – the first is Waikiki Beachcomber. That location is slated to open in the winter of 2016. The restaurant will feature dozens of beer taps, local food, house made sodas and cocktails.
“Craft beer is more than just beer, it’s a way of life that we look forward to sharing. Kailua is such a vibrant, tight knit community, and we couldn’t be more excited to become part of the neighborhood.” – Garrett Marrero, Founder of Maui Brewing Company.
Maui Brewing has tapped Mark Higa, and his team at WCIT architecture for the build. The brewery is on pace to brew 45,000 barrels (1.4 million gallons) of beer in 2016.
Sierra Nevada West Latitude Session Rye will be part of the new Beer Camp Across America mixed pack in May, 2016.
The last round of Beer Camp Across America in 2014 featured 12 hand-picked breweries that created their own unique beer. In 2016, 30 breweries come together to collaborate, paired by geographic locations.
Sierra Nevada West Latitude Session Rye features five Northern California breweries (plus Hawaii) – a collaboration with Bear Republic, Maui Brewing, Faction Brewing, Magnolia Gastropub & Brewery, and Mad River Brewing Co. The team has created a low ABV session ale brewed with hibiscus.
Sierra Nevada West Latitude Session Rye combines our Californian Left Coast love of fruity hops with a touch of Hawaiian “aloha” from the addition of hibiscus flowers, all anchor by robust malts and spicy rye. This session beer is light in body and looks large, like the long shadows of the western sun.
Sierra Nevada West Latitude Session Rye will be a 12 ounce bottle offering in May, a part of the brewery’s Beer Camp Across America 12 pack. The beer will also be featured at the special Beer Camp events across the country.
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Maui Brewing Haleakala Sunryes
Maui Doppel Shot Double Bock, a future canned offering from the Hawaii based brewery.
Maui Lorenzini Double IPA releases today in cans.
The IPA is brewed with tangerine and blood orange juice and Maui cane sugar. A portion of the proceeds are donated to the Shark Research Group at the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology.
Maui Lorenzini Double IPA is a limited winter seasonal. A launch party is scheduled for 6 pm today (1/2/15) at the brewery.
Maui | Stone Craft Beverages will bring 21 craft brands to the island of Maui.
The distribution company was formed by Maui Brewing Co. and Stone Brewing Co. The company’s focus is on beer freshness, and attention to detail. All offerings in the 21 brands will be refrigerated the entire way.
“It’s been a long journey, but our team has really stayed the course, and now Maui | Stone Craft Beverages is ready to help Hawaii cast commodity beer aside and move to quality craft beers,” said Maui Brewing Co. founder Garrett Marrero. “Craft beer options in Maui have grown since we first began brewing, and with the addition of 20 new brands, Hawaii is about to take another large, tasty leap forward. It’s exciting to partner with Stone, as our companies are aligned with the same beliefs and goals of providing the best possible craft beer to our fans.”
The brands include:
- AleSmith Brewing Company – San Diego, CA
- Avery Brewing Company – Boulder, CO
- Bear Republic Brewing Co. – Healdsburg, CA
- Black Market Brewing Co. – Temecula, CA
- The Bruery – Placentia, CA
- Eel River Brewing Company – Fortuna, CA
- Great Divide Brewing Co. – Denver, CO
- Julian Hard Cider – Julian, CA
- Lightning Brewery – Poway, CA
- The Lost Abbey – San Marcos, CA
- Maui Brewing Co. – Maui, HI
- Modern Times Beer – San Diego, CA
- Mother Earth Brew Co. – Vista, CA
- Oskar Blues Brewery – Longmont, CO
- Pizza Port Brewing Company – Carlsbad, CA
- Port Brewing Company – San Marcos, CA
- Refuge Brewery – Temecula, CA
- Saint Archer Brewing Co. – San Diego, CA
- SKA Brewing – Durango, CO
- Stone Brewing Co. – Escondido, CA
- Wandering Aengus Ciderworks – Salem, OR
Stone Brewing Co. just opened another “Ground Breaking Collaboration,” this time with Hawaii’s Maui Brewing.
The beer is called Aloha Berlin!The 1.5 liter bottle runs $30 dollars, and has to be picked up in Escondido, California, Berlin, Germany, or the yet-to-be named east coast brewery.
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