A sister restaurant to the successful Humpy’s Great Alaskan Alehouse in Anchorage, Humpy’s Big Island Alehouse in Kona also impresses. This is the place to go if you are looking for good company, good beer, and good food. It’s a great place to hang out and you will find both locals and tourists here.
Humpy’s Big Island Ale House opened in 2010. It’s located in Kona near the water. You can find it on Alii Drive in between Kona Islander Inn and Royal Kona Resort. There is a great atmosphere available in this two-story building. There is a bar downstairs that also has patio seating. This is a terrific spot to watch the sunset. The bar is in the middle of the downstairs area with a monkey pod wood bar top.
Upstairs there is another bar and more outdoor seating to enjoy the gorgeous views of the ocean. If you prefer to sit inside, there is plenty of room. There are televisions all around if you want to catch a game.
On some nights, you can enjoy live music while you dine. If you feel like it, get up and dance too! With a huge variety of beer, you can try some samples so that you can figure out exactly what you would like to order.
There are 36 fresh, craft brews on tap. There are wheat, fruits, golden ales, pilsners, California commons, pale ales, ESBs, India pale ales, amber ales, bocks, marzens, Scotch ales, brown ales porters, stouts, barleywine, Belgian, and special imports. It’s truly a beer lover’s paradise. If beer is not your thing, there is a long list of additional alcoholic beverages available. The Mai Tai is especially delicious.
In addition to the long list of beers, the alehouse also serves delicious food. Here is a look at some of the popular menu items for breakfast, lunch, and dinner:
Alaskan Salmon and Eggs
A big breakfast, this includes grilled or blackened wild Alaskan salmon, which is served with eggs in the style of your choice. It also comes with a choice of toast and a choice of rice, breakfast potatoes, or fruit.
Banana Macadamia Nut Pancakes
For a sweeter taste, feast upon four fresh banana stuffed pancakes. These are topped with more sliced bananas and macadamia nuts.
A classic breakfast, munch on two toasted English muffin halves that are topped with ham and poached eggs. House-made hollondaise sauce is drizzled on top.
North Shore Garlic Shrimp
Try this restaurant’s take on a local favorite. It includes peeled jumbo tiger shrimp that’s sauteed in shallots, garlic, and parmesan cheese. On the side, enjoy potato-mac salad and white rice.
Feast upon tender “Hawaiian style” slow-roasted pork with sauteed cabbage, toasted sesame seeds, and green onion wisps. Side items include steamed white rice and potato-mac salad.
Stone Baked Pizzas
These 10″ pizzas are made with fresh Ale-house-made beer dough. They are hand-tossed and baked in a stone oven. There are several choices for fresh toppings.
In addition to all these menu selections, there are also burgers, salads, stone-baked subs, sandwiches, and wraps. Classic desserts like banana lumpia ala mode, coconut magpie, and Mauna Kea mud pie round out the menu.
-Happy Hour is available Monday through Friday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The menu features discounted food and drink choices. It’s a great time to come!
-Ensure yourself a table by making a reservation before you come.
-Although this is a bar, kids are welcome. Feel free to bring them, the kids menu is sure not to disappoint.