Named for the Big Island-grown jaboticaba fruit that was added during fermentation with a distinct nod to the notable Star Wars character, this session-worthy rosy brew, colored by the skin of the jaboticaba, is refreshing and tart with aromas that hint of plums and cabernet grapes. The thirst-quenching sourness comes from both the fruit (grown at Blue Dragon Farm) and natural lactic acidity derived from a special mashing process.
To quote the great galactic Jabba “You will soon learn to appreciate me”!
Thursday Richard Adoradio is hosing Open Mic!
Friday Joe Conti will take the stage with his amazing versatility on Chapman Stick Touchboard and Warr Guitar!
AND on Saturday the Colin John Band will be rockin’ the ‘Haus!
Good fun – great music – wonderful beers – fresh handcrafted food… Happy weekend!
Join us Friday to celebrate the release of “Imua” a new collaborative cd by Colin John & Dagan Bernstein a.k.a. the Braddahs Ho’analu “going beyond known boundaries”.
Sure to be good music – a blend of traditional blues, Hawaiian slack key and paniolo music played on slide guitar & ukulele + great beer & food and fabulous company! Cheers!
Good rocking, motown, rhythm and blues for your Friday! Cheers! Prost! Aloha!
Red Sea of Cacao was bottled for the first time yesterday at Big Island Brewhaus!
This beautiful & delicious red ale, brewed with Hawaiian cacao nibs, sea salt & pink peppercorns will soon be available across the Aloha state!
Red Sea is the second seasonal bottled by Big Island Brewhaus, a tasty follow up to Holy Humulus, a whole cone hop flower IPA, in the lineup with their three flagship bottles, Overboard IPA, Golden Sabbath and White Mountain Porter.