These are some of our most popular beers! Available across the Hawaiian islands at your favorite stores, restaurants and bars! Cheers!
Big Wave Golden Ale
Paddle into easy-drinking, island refreshment with Big Wave. So smooth, it’s like catching the crest of a breaking wave at Oahu’s Makaha Beach and gliding all the way into the sandy shore. Paradise is just a sip away, so bring your ohana along for the ride.
Catch a wave
The waves in Hawaii are legendary. In the winter months, the island’s north and west coasts see big waves that often climb to 40 feet, with huge curls of white water breaking off shore. This is just one reason why surfers, body boarders, paddlers, and those of us just willing to watch from the beach make this pilgrimage.
Longboard Island Lager
Longboard Island Lager is a crisp, pale-gold lager made with choice malts and aromatic hops, brewed in a traditional lager style. It’s a smooth and easygoing beer that never goes out of style—ever.
The beach where it began
Thanks to a legendary local Hawaiian, Longboards have been a constant feature at Waikiki Beach for over 90 years. The great Duke Kahanamoku, father of modern surfing and Olympic Gold Medalist, paddled his handcrafted wooden board—a whopping 16 feet long and weighing 114 pounds—out into the surf to ride the waves off Waikiki. This behemoth was dubbed a longboard and thus the ancient Polynesian sport of surfing was reborn. Today, in the shadow of Diamond Head, Waikiki Beach is still the spot to learn the tradition of longboard surfing. Here you can catch set after set of rolling waves until the sun fades below the horizon, and then it’s time for a Longboard Lager.
Kona Light Blonde Ale
Sit back and relax, with a crisp, 99-calorie Kona Light in hand. It’s as refreshing as that golden island moment then the day is winding down, the sun’s still warm, and friends gather near rocky Kailua Pier. Paradise is just a sip away, so soak in a day well-lived.
*Per 12 fl. oz. -- Average Analysis: Calories, 99. Carbohydrates, 4g. Protein, 1g. Fat, 0g.
A day well-lived, soak it all in
A day well-lived deserves a refreshing light beer that captures the golden hour of our home, Kailua-Kona, in a bottle. So sit back and soak it all in knowing you’re exactly where you want to be.
Gold Cliff Ipa
Dive into bright, pineapple refreshment with Gold Cliff IPA. It’s as thrilling as a leap from the golden cliffs of Lanai and splashing into the cobalt blue waters. Paradise is just a sip away, so go ahead and take the plunge.
At the southern tip of Lanai, not far from the island’s first pineapple fields, lies a cobalt blue inlet rimmed with golden cliffs that welcomes divers of every stripe. This is Kaunolu Cove. Catamarans anchor here beside a blade of black rock known as the Moku Noio, where snorkelers explore a dazzling rainbow of tropical fish below and cliff divers soar from the sun-drenched cliffs above. It has been said that the ancient Hawaiians once proved their courage here by making this electrifying 70-foot jump from the famed keyhole notch at the top. Today, you may still see a fearless adventurer leaping from these rocks into the cool embrace of the Pacific below.
Hanalei Island IPA
Take in the laid-back tropical flavors of Hanalei Island IPA. It’s like gliding through the calm waters of Hanalei Bay below lush, green, waterfall-streaked mountains. Paradise is just a sip away, so leave your troubles in your wake.
On the north coast of Kauai, the perfect crescent shape of Hanalei Bay tucks up against lush, green mountains streaked with waterfalls fed by the warm Pacific rain. This is the Hawaii of your dreams. Launch your kayak into the calm blue waters at the historic pier and take in the iconic view of white-sand beaches, the small village of Hanalei, and Makana Mountain (famously known as Bali Hai) towering above you. Paddling from this bay out to the Na Pali Coast or up the Hanalei River you will discover more natural wonders that can only be seen as you glide through the water. With the sun above and your troubles behind, you might just feel like this place is as close to paradise as you’ll ever get.
Kua Bay IPA
"Mmmmm…hoppy goodness" is what you'll be thinking when you take a swig of this bold, bright, copper-colored India Pale Ale. Earthy hops greet the nose with a touch of grass and spice adding additional aromatic depth. The palate is first greeted with resin and pine backed by a subtle, sweet caramel maltiness. It finishes clean and crisp with most of the hop bitterness giving way to a bit of smooth booziness. Enjoy this one carefully!
Ride The Waves
No Board Required Kua Bay on the Big Island is as picture-perfect as it gets. Bright turquoise waves carry you in towards the white sand beach. So grab your beach mat and our Kua Bay IPA! With its piney hoppiness and subtle caramel malt, it's a smooth, crisp finish to your day.
Fire Rock Pale Ale
Fire Rock Pale Ale is a crisp, refreshing “Hawaiian-style” pale ale. Its signature copper color results from the unique blend of specialty roasted malts. The pronounced citrus-floral hop aroma comes from the liberal amounts of Galena, Cascade & Mt. Hood hops added to each brew.
Go with the flow
Fire Rock Pale Ale was one of Hawaii’s first craft beers, brewed in 1994. It’s bright and lively, like the Alva that flows down from Kilauea to the ocean, raising the island from the sea with each fiery rock.
Lavaman Red Ale
Lavaman Red Ale is an amber ale with a subtle chocolate malt flavor that’s balanced by our delicate blend of Pacific Northwest hops. Delicious, full-bodied, and roasty, it always goes down smooth.
Inspired by sunrises, made for sunsets
Maui’s beaches weren’t always so serene. Rising above the white sand and breezy trees, Haleakala is a towering reminder of the great volcanoes that rose out of the sea to form our paradise. Legend says the demi-god Maui climbed its summit to lasso the sun, giving Hawaii its vast skies and bright days, and inspiring Haleakala’s name: House of the Sun. These days, runners set out into the crisp night air to trek across ancient red rocks and around cinder cones on their way to Haleakala’s tallest peak, Red Hill, just in time to capture their own sight of Maui’s stunning sunrise.
Plunge into refreshment with Wailua Wheat –a limited-release Kona Classic we're bringing back after a steady stream of requests from our ohana. Real tropical passion fruit infuses this golden wheat ale with a refreshing citrus flavor that is as cool as the pools below Maui's Wailua Falls.
Our refreshing, gold colored Wailua Wheat Ale blends with the crisp, slightly sweet citrus flavor of tropical passion fruit, known locally as Lilikoi. This thirst quenching Kona Brew is the perfect companion to a day in the sun – even if you are not on Maui. Just sit back, relax and enjoy Paradise anytime.