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For beer lovers in Hawaii
January 27, 2012 - Carla Tracy
The brewmaster at Maui Brewing Co. in West Maui is starting to mash up locally-grown, island tangerines for her next seasonal release, “set to hit a craft market near you in March.”
Owner Garrett Marrero has received an “uber-positive response from his Flyin HI.P.Hay released last year, and the GABF silver medal-winner, La Perouse White.” The La Perouse is the one that will be commissioned for the production line with fruit in it.
“Hand-crafted with Maui grown tangerines and coriander spice, the La Perouse is a most refreshing example of Belgian-style witbier brewed with sun-soaked aloha,” he says.
In addition, Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel on the Big Island along with the Hawaii Nui Brewing Co. there will present a Locavore Brewer’s Dinner.
Pegged Locally Brewed, Locally Grown, it will be held on Friday, Feb. 3rd at the Coast Grille Restaurant. Guests may enjoy a casual atmosphere and walk around to different food stations and sample food prepared by Executive Chef Peter Abarcar, Jr. and his culinary team — all paired with various beers from the Hawaii Nui Brewing Co.
Price is $46 per person and it includes tax and tip. Please call (808)-880-1111 for reservations.
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Maui Brewing Co. uses tangerines in its La Perouse