There are a number of changes to Maui Brewing Co.’s offerings for 2018, including four new seasonal releases and plans for four collaboration creations.

On the year-round front, Bikini Blonde Lager, Big Swell IPA and Pau Hana Pilsner will continue to be available in six-packs of 12-ounce cans, while year-round options Pineapple Mana, Coconut Hiwa and Double Overhead Double IPA will be sold in four-packs of 16-ounce cans.

In addition, the brewery will be dropping Lorenzini, Mo Bettah and La Perouse White from the lineup and adding four new seasonal releases packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce cans:

  • Makawao wheat ale — January-March
  • Waimea Red Ale — April-June
  • Lilikoi — July-September
  • Hop Kine IPL — October-December

Maui Brewing will also be teaming up with four different breweries to release unnamed collaborations, starting with Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project in March, followed by J. Wakefield Brewing in June, Breakside Brewery  in September and Smog City Brewing Co. in December.

Finally, Maui Brewing will be releasing 750ml bottles of its Imperial Coconut Porter year-round starting in January.

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