Maui Brewing Co

HANDCRAFTED ALES & LAGERS BREWED WITH ALOHA

Limited Release

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Hop Kine: 5.7% ABV, 57 IBUs

Spring 2016 Release

IPL? Yes an “India Pale Lager,” a hybrid style bringing clean lager characteristics to pair with the hop character typical of an IPA. Hop Kine is brewed with Pilsner and Caramel Malts, Pacific Northwest hop varietals and a traditional lager yeast. The crisp but malty base accentuates the forward hop aroma and bitterness.

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Doppelshot Doublebock: 8.2% ABV, 40 IBUs

Winter 2015/2016 Release

Not your everyday Doppelbock! This unique Doppelbock was brewed to showcase the fresh roasted Yellow Caturra MauiGrown coffee from Ka’anapali, Maui. This beer is rich in pale malt character and brings slight sweetness to compliment the smooth character of the coffee. The darker color comes from the heavy coffee addition.

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Kihei Kolsch: 5.2% ABV, 42 IBUs

Spring 2015 Release

Few beers are as stylistically unique as Kolsch and even fewer have such strong community ties and tradition. Kolsch has a rich brewing history that has defined Koln. Brewed to celebrate our new craft brewery location “Kihei Kolsch” embodies our sense of place and deep appreciation for the island that created Maui Brewing Co.

Kihei Kolsch is a light, crisp and flavorful offering, perfect for a warm Maui day in our Kihei biergarten or at the beach! This Kolsch is brewed with the lightest European Pilsner malts, a blend of traditional German noble hops and spicy, citrusy hops from the Pacific Northwest.

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Lorenzini Double IPA: 7.6% ABV, 80 IBUs

Winter 2014/2015 Release

A special beer for a special cause. The name comes from the sharks “Ampullae of Lorenzini”, the shark’s electro sensory organ used to detect changes in electric fields. This American Double IPA was brewed with blood orange, local citrus, and Maui cane sugar. The unique hop profile of Azacca, El Dorado, and Sorachi Ace lend big grapefruit, ripe mango and tropical aromas, followed by a clean, mildly sweet bitterness. This is a deceptively drinkable Double IPA.