The Brewseum is more than just Kakaako's best kept secret - it is an experience that you will never forget. Our doors opened on July 4th, 2014 but the story goes much further back in time to when we opened the Museum.
The Home of the Brave Museum opened its doors in 1995. Found at 909 Waimanu Street in Kakaako, this one-of-a-kind family owned and operated private museum grew from one room into a unique collection of WWII, Military, Beer & Hawaiiana memorabilia spread amongst over 10 different unique zones.
Most of the items found in the museum have been donated by individuals who experienced the Home of the Brave Tour. Started in 1991, it was widely regarded as the most exclusive WWII Military base tour anywhere in the world with access to installations that came under attack on December 7, 1941 like Pearl Harbor, Hickam AFB, Wheeler AAF, Schofield Barracks, Fort Shafter, Punchbowl and more.
The Brewseum came about as the evolution of the family business. With an idea crafted while attending colleges in Colorado, the Tomlinson kids all moved home with the idea of building a brewpub into the already standing museum in Kakaako. When space opened up a couple doors down, the Tomlinson family quickly began construction on what was to be a brewery, but soon evolved into what is now one of the best ranked Brewpub Licensed establishment on the island.
The fascinating history of beer in the Hawaiian Islands is found on site amongst relics and memorabilia that transport you back in time to when this incredible beverage made its way to Hawaii back in 1812. Learn about Francisco De Paula Marin & others and visit the largest beer can collection on island!
The Home of the Brave Brewing Company finally came to fruition when we brewed our first few kegs on our very own Electric Brewery in 2014. Since then, we have crafted over 6 different unique brews with more in the works later this year. We just recently began filling growlers in the museum and opening the once private museum to allow guests to explore the history and enjoy the Wiki Waki Woo Speakeasy upstairs.
The second story of the museum is where the 1940's truly come to life with our Wiki Waki Woo 1940's Speakeasy/Tiki Bar. Craft Beverages, Pints of our beer straight from the tanks below the bar are served alongside wine and sodas - an outside lanai overlooking historic Kakaako is hidden behind the bar and is the perfect place to unwind and watch the sunset in the distance.
901 & 909 Waimanu Street
Honolulu, HI 96814
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
The following is what you can expect to find on any given evening down at the Brewseum.
Experience our one-of-a-kind carrier landing simulator with friends and family and cheer on the pilots who land on the board on our Tailhook Tuesday evenings! Flights start at 5pm and landings end at 10 - fly on down!
Wednesday Night Trivia
Come on down and experience our weekly trivia night at the Brewseum. Duke hosts this fast paced interactive trivia game from 6-8pm using TV's, HD projectors & custom slides with new questions every week!
Open from 5-10pm - events vary but as always a good time is always to be expected!
CALL US AT (808) 799-2796
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