James Charisma is an award-winning writer and editor from Honolulu, covering stories in the fields of arts, entertainment, and pop culture. His work has appeared in Playboy, VICE, Complex, Paste, Hi-Fructose, Hyperallergic, Thrillist, Inverse, Edible, Greatist, Whitehot, Knockout, and other publi...
The temperature may still be in the mid-’80s, but you can still get into the Halloween mood. Kick off the fall holiday season right with some delicious, handcrafted beverages from some haunts around town. Straight outta Hogsmeade, the playful team at Piggy Smalls is offering a specialty slushy of the month: Butterbeer, inspired by the beloved wizards’ drink from the Harry Potter series.
Longtime residents will remember we haven’t always had much of a craft beer scene. Compared to the robust craft beer hotspots of Portland, San Diego and Denver, Honolulu lagged for years. According to Timothy Golden, co-owner of the newly opened Village Bottle Shop & Tasting Room in Kaka‘ako, the craft beer scene in Hawai‘i changed for the better five years ago. “Up until that point, O‘ahu was plagued with a string of failed breweries,” he says.
The sweetness of local honey comes through in this strong Belgian ale, tempered by deep notes of stone fruits and spices for easy drinking. Rich without weighing you down, Hapa Brown is an award-winning brown ale that smells of light toffee and tastes of smooth caramel malt. This patriotic pale ale is light and citrusy with a subtle sweetness and dough malt body. A well-balanced beer celebrating America’s fighting men and women.
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Selecting a term
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Phrases (e.g. "cloud computing") — use quotes to keep the terms together
Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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