Village Bottle Shop & Tasting Room, Kaka’ako

HONOLULU | Village Bottle Shop & Tasting Room opened in 2017, as the first dedicated craft beer bottle shop and beer cafe in Hawaii. Located in the SALT Kakaako dining and retail precinct, the small, relaxing, natural light filled, venue packs a lot in.

In the fridges, you’ll find over 500 cans and bottles of beer from some of the US and, world’s best breweries. All of them can be purchased to-go or to enjoy on-site. There’s also a small but mighty selection of wines and spirits.

On the taps, you’ll find a rotating selection of 18 different beers, along with eight rotating wines. Smaller pours are offered if you want to try a few things and don’t want to commit to a pint.

Staff are friendly and knowledgeable, and will happily talk you through any of the drinks on the menu, and make suggestions for you if you want to leave things in their hands. There’s a great local’s vibe about the venue, with friends and strangers alike having a chat.

If you’re hungry, there’s a multicultural menu of snacks and bites. Think Indian tofu and paneer hand pies, Bavarian soft pretzels, and Japanese furikake kettle chips.


Village Bottle Shop & Tasting Room

675 Auahi Street #121
Honolulu
Hawaii 96813
United States

Telephone: 808 369 0688
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Sun – Wed: 12:00pm to 9:00pm
Thi – Sat: 12:00pm to 11:00pm

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