Kona Brewing to Break Ground on New Brewery, Celebrates with Commemorative Pale Ale
The Kona Brewing team works on brewing the commemorative pale ale for it’s new brewery groundbreaking (Photo Courtesy Kona Brewing Co.). (Press Release)
KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii – Kona Brewing Co. will break ground on its new 100,000-barrel Big Island brewery and canning facility on Friday, March 11. Hawaii’s longest-running craft brewery is commemorating the event with a limited-release pale ale based on the original recipe for its first beer produced 22 years ago.
The groundbreaking at the 2.6-acre site in Kailua-Kona will include a traditional Hawaiian blessing ceremony and unveil the first architectural rendering of the new brewery. More than 100 guests have RSVP’d to the event at Pawai Place, just steps away from the current pub and brewery. Construction is scheduled to begin in late summer of this year.
“The groundbreaking marks the start of an exciting new chapter in Kona Brewing’s history, and I am extremely grateful to our colleagues, our customers and our friends and families who make up the Big Island Community who have enabled us to get to where we are today,” […]