HONOLULU | Honolulu Beerworks was founded by Geoff Seideman and his wife Charmayne in 2014 in Honolulu’s Kaka’ako neighbourhood. Their goal back then was the same as it is now. To create delicious craft beer and provide a neighboured-driven space where people could get together and enjoy it.
The brewpub, housed in a converted warehouse, is a casual space with bar and communal bench seating, reclaimed wood furnishings, and local artwork on the walls. Art from Big Island artist Kai’ili “Kai” Kaulukukui also features on the beer can labels and the outdoor beer garden.
On tap you’ll find Honolulu Beerworks’ nine core range beers, plus limited releases. Unique and locally sourced ingredients are a common thread across the beers here. For example, the Pia Mahiai Saison is made with local oranges, assorted citrus, and Big Island honey. There’s also an on-site experimental barrel aging program.
Beer is available in 4oz tasters and 16oz pints, along with 64oz growler refills and cans to-go. If you’re not a fan of beer, there’s a decent and varied selection of refreshing cocktails on offer.
To eat, there’s a food menu filled with food that goes well with beer. Things like sliders, sandwiches, loaded flatbreads, and salads.
328 Cooke Street
Mon – Thu: 12:00pm to 10:00pm
Fri – Sat: 12:00pm to 12:00am