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Introducing Ola Lager

August 30, 2023

Experience the essence of the Big Island with the refreshing Ola Ma’a Lager, Ola Hard Juice Dragonfruit Lemonade, And Ola Hard Juice Lilikoi Orange!

OLA Brew is a community- and employee-owned brewery offering a distinctive range of drinks. With a strong commitment to local ingredients and cultural values, OLA Brew embodies the spirit of Aloha in every sip.

Join us in embracing a brew made with local ingredients as we share these unique, community-driven creations. Cheers to the taste of Aloha and Ola Brew! 🍻🌺

Ola Ma’a Lager

Light round flavor, crisp body, slight citrus and banana note, easy to-drink lager made on the Big Island.

Ma’a (“used to / accustomed to”) reflects the mass-compatible appeal of this style for everyone who prefers round yet light malty beers with delicate hop profiles.

(Beer Geek INFO:Malty, refreshing, all Pilsner malt “Lager” that actually also is a Koelsch! Rich maltiness combined with a light, crisp body, slight citrus and banana notes from the Koelsch yeast & just enough noble Hallertau Mittelfrüh hops for aroma)

Ola Hard Juice Dragon Fruit Lemonade

Mouthwatering hard juice comes with a punch and has a fruity/sherbet mouthfeel with a clean yet tart finish from the lemon.

Ola Hard Juice Lilikoi Orange

Liliko’i (Passion Fruit) Orange Hard Juice is sunshine in a can, with the perfect balance of tart and sweet.

About Ola Brew

Ola Brew is community – and employee-owned, boasting over 2,800 shareholders who support its vision for a more sustainable and abundant Hawai’i.

Forty-plus farms statewide provide fruits and botanicals for flavorings, including kiawe, cacao, lychee, ginger, orange, lemongrass, grapefruit, and dragonfruit.

By using fresh, local ingredients, Ola Brew contributes to the growth and strength of Hawai’i’s economy; money stays here instead of going out of state.

Ola Brew’s mission is to perpetuate cultural values and create space to practice them. They spearhead plant drives to encourage our lāhui to grow their own food and sponsor other events and initiatives that align with their mission of aloha ʻāina.

They are passionate about supporting local farmers and keeping Hawaiian perspectives alive because they genuinely care about the well-being of our culture and its relation to ʻāina.