All orders and returns are done at our tasting room. We have a limited number of kegs available for immediate pick-up. We recommend at least a 24 hour notice for orders. Kegs can generally be reserved for the weekend provided we receive the order by noon on Thursday. After Thursday, kegs are available on a first come first serve basis and selection may be limited.

Pickup-dropoff Hours: 11am – 5pm every day
Note: a full 5 gallon keg weighs around 55 pounds; a 13.2 gallon keg weighs about 145 pounds

The following is required:
– Valid government issued photo ID
– Must be at least 21 years old
– Either electronic or printed receipt is required to pick-up
– Hand-pumps are not rented without the purchase of a keg
– Hand-pumps must be returned within 7 days of pick-up date



Bikini Blonde Lager
Big Swell IPA
Pau Hana Pilsner
Pueo Pale Ale

*5 Gallon: $85
13.2 Gallon: $165


Coconut Hiwa Porter
Double Overhead
Pineapple Mana Wheat
Imperial Coconut Porter

*5 Gallon: $100
13.2 Gallon: $200


Island Root Beer
Island Cola
Island Ginger Beer

13.2 Gallon: $200

Tap pump:$15

*5 Gallon Subject to availability


A $110 (5g) or $140 (13.2g) keg deposit, and $50 tap deposit if needed, will be collected for each keg.
Deposit will be refunded if equipment is returned in good working order.


  • How many kegs should I order?
  • A small 5.16 gallon keg will have approximately 41 16oz, 55 12oz, or 73 9oz servings.
    A large 13.2 gallon keg will have approximately 106 16oz, 141 12oz, or 188 9oz servings.

  • What payment methods do you accept?
  • We accept cash and/or debit/credit for both the deposit and purchase.

  • When does the keg need to be returned?
  • Short-term keg for special events must be returned within 7 days. Long-term kegs for a local personal draft system (kegerator) must be returned within 90 days and require a valid Hawaii Driver’s License and proof of local Maui residency.

  • How do I ensure I receive a full refund of my deposit?
  • The deposits are returned when the keg and tap are returned within the agreed upon timeframe and in good working order.

  • How do I setup my keg?
  • All kegs will be cold at the time of pickup. Ideally, you should keep the kegs cold to maintain proper pouring. A plastic tub, or trash bin, filled with ice is recommended for keg storage and serving. A tap is required to pour. If you are using equipment such as a kegerator follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

  • I’m picking up my keg in advance, so how should I store the keg?
  • To ensure beer quality, we encourage you to keep kegs cold at all times. Too much movement and warm temperatures will result in foamy beer.

  • How do I tap a keg?
  • We are happy to show you when you pick up your keg. When operating your tap, the main thing to remember is “don’t over-pump.” Pump the tap just a couple of times with the faucet open until you get a nice steady flow, then stop pumping, so beer doesn’t get foamy.

  • How long will “tapped” beer keep before it goes flat?
  • If dispensing with CO2 and kept cold, a keg will last for at least three months. If dispensing with a manual tap, your beer will generally stay fresh for approximately 12 hours.