Here’s your big chance to make craft beer in paradise — don’t screw it up. MacArthur Sotheby’s International Realty dropped us a line the other day, looking to promote a brewery opportunity on the Big Island of Hawaii. Asking price right now is $1.6 million. Read the sales pitch below, watch the video above and then (maybe, if you’re smart) take a trip to Hawaii and write it off as research and development.
Would you like to create your own Big Island brewery? At the moment we have one of the few listings on the Big Island with special use permits for a brewery and bottling facility. Our Natural Artesian Water Keaau property is the only property with enough water to service a brewery, distillery, tasting room, restaurant, visitor’s center and more. The slopes of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa feed the Keaau aquifer almost 200 inches of pure rainwater per year. This translates to approximately 1.38 billion gallons of water per day. These natural artesian springs deliver bountiful and pure water perfect for the next brewer starting their own brand of Big Island beer.