Located on the northern side of Lahaina in a strip mall, kind of in the corner area. Has a little bit more of a brewpub feel than some other places in Hawaii. Large U shaped bar in the back and a decent amount of tables, although when we were there the wait was still at least 45 minutes.
Had a pretty extensive beer list when I was there including their own beers and a nice guest list.
Tried their Big Swell IPA and Coconut Porter. Their Coconut Porter was my favorite on the islands. Big Swell IPA was decent, probably the best IPA in Hawaii, but definitely not a west coast style IPA.
Also tried 3 of their limited release beers:
Haleakala SunRyes - Rye IPA - really enjoyed this rye IPA, definitely worth the taste, much better than Big Swell in my opinion
Barrel Aged Milk of Amnesia - Interesting barrel aged stout - not sure I could drink a lot of this, but had an interesting flavor to it
Lahaina Long Town Brown - average brown, not particularly memorable
For the food - the zucchini spirals were definitely a different dish. Menu is pretty extensive and reasonable for Hawaiian meal prices.
Located in a strip mall in Lahaina, this place is definitely worth the trip. The interior is large and has a enormous U shaped bar with an ice strip to keep your beer cold on. The taplist includes MBCs usual offerings, plus tons of seasonals and small batches which is fun. They also have food, and it's mediocre unless you've had a few. They also have a couple of rotating guest taps, but if you're here, it would be silly not to drink some Maui brewed beer.
The Maui BC brewpub is located in a small shopping complex about 7 miles north of Lahaina town & the brewery. There is a large U-shaped bar, some tall tables and in the adjacent dining area, regular tables and a long picnic table seating area that would be great for large groups.
When I visited, there were 14 house taps and one guest tap (Deschutes Hop Henge). The house taps include draft versions the 4 Maui standard brews you can find in cans as well as a nice array of seasonal/experimental brews. I enjoyed the Cascadian Rye IPA and the Red Cock Doppelbock.
The menu includes a good array of salads, appetizers, sandwiches (a large selection of sliders), pizza and dinner entrees. There is ample parking in the lot out front.
Update 6/11: Stopped in for dinner and enjoyed both Hawaii 90- a "wee heavy" scotch ale and the Smoked Hemp ale. Everyone enjoyed dinner entrees ranging from Mahi Mahi fish & chips to Porter beef stew.