The first island hoppers
Hand-carved, wooden outrigger canoes once carried Hawaiians from island to island where massive waves would crash over their hulls and toss them toward the horizon. The Ka’iwi Channel, or “Channel of Bones” between Oahu and Molokai was a particularly treacherous route filled with steep, emerald-green volcanic sea cliffs and shark-infested waters. Only the strongest survived these perilous trips, and today, this 26-mile-wide passage challenges champion swimmers and paddlers who continue to race against the high winds and strong currents, earning worldwide admiration and acclaim. It is the early island explorers, and the new ones too, that inspired us to make an equally spirited IPA.
ALCOHOL BY VOLUME
Pale Malt, Caramel Malt
Millennium, Galaxy, Citra, Chinook
Castaway is a cornucopia of island hoppy goodness, which means the sweet and savory flavors of carnitas, mac ‘n cheese, and ham and pineapple pizza pair perfectly with this beer.
ABV% 6.00 | Calories 174 | Carbs (grams) 11.9 | Protein (grams) 2.30 | Fat (grams) 0 | Sodium (mg) 7.80