Billed as the most western most brewery in the US. Located in the Port Allen area, nice place to grab lunch after going on a boat trip on Kauai. Parking can be a little bit of an issue because it is located right on the port so there are a lot of sailing/boating companies in the area with frequent activity. I tried a sampler - Captain Cook IPA, South Pacific Brown, Likiloi Ale and Pakala Porter. Definitely preferred the Lilikoi and porter amongst that group, although definitely not the best porter to be found in Hawaii. They had about 10 overall beers on tap when I visited.
Overall the menu is pretty typical Hawaiian grill type food. I went with the jerk spice chicken, definitely had a kick too it.
Entry is into a long narrow room with a good size bar and kitchen along one side and table seating in the remaining area. There is also a loft area upstairs the provides additional seating with views out to the harbor and down into the brew room. When I visited, there were 12 house brews on the tap list plus one local seasonal that wasn't. Unfortunately not all of the house brews are always available (at least 2 were out when we asked) but there are several guest beers to back fill the empty taps. I enjoyed both the Cane Fire Red and the Pakala Porter. The food menu includes a good selection of pupus, salads, sandwiches, and entrees; many with a local/tropical flair. There is parking along the road right out front.