Though we strive to use Hawaiian spelling and punctuation across HONOLULU Magazine’s print, web and social media platforms, we’ve made an exception for databases, which have trouble reading ‘okina and kahakō.
But apart from the name—Grace in Growlers—there are few hints that quaffing a pint here serves a higher purpose (we’ll come back to that). More to the point are the 15 taps calling for your attention. Here’s how it works: You open a tab at the host station, swipe the wristband you’ve been issued to activate a tap, then fill a 5-, 10- or 16-ounce glass with whatever you like. Once you’ve poured 36 ounces, the system cuts you off. But you can always fill a growler to go.