Brewpub opening in Honolulu's Chinatown


Stewbum & Stonewall Brewing Co., which closed its brewery earlier this year, is opening in Honolulu's Chinatown, one of its owners confirmed to this blog.
The Oahu-based company, which was founded by Darren Garvey and Eric Jackson in 2013, once had a location in Kaneohe in WIndward Oahu.
After closing this spring, Stewbum & Stonewall began looking for a new space, which will be located directly across from The Pig & The Lady restaurant near the corner of Smith and King streets.
Garvey told this blog that it will be brewing beer at its new space and also will have a full bar and will serve food. 
"We'll hopefully be open by February," he said.
Chinatown has been gaining new restaurants and bars at a rapid pace in the last few years. Stewbum & Stonewall will join the scene at a time of resurgence for the area.
The brewery includes such craft beers as Batch 518 Pale Ale, Joe Mama's Amber Lager, Makana Island Wheat and Sweet Jar India Pale Ale, among others.
The company has ties to Pittsburgh where it's founders' fathers — nicknamed Stewbum & Stonewall — became best friends.

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