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  • Bridge City Beverage Team

Kona Brewing Wave Rider Variety - 12 Cans of Liquid Aloha

Surf’s up! Grab a chair and dig into the sand as waves roll under the summer sun. Kona Brewing Company’s Wave Rider Variety indulges you with light and refreshing flavors, from Kona Brewing staples to a limited release.

You’ll find four beers in this variety pack, including:

  • Kona Light

  • Mai Time Light

  • Longboard Island Lager

  • Kona Big Wave

This article provides details for each of these beers. You can find 12-pack Wave Rider varieties at Bridge City while supplies last.

Kona Light - 4.2%

Take it easy with Kona Light, the lightweight cousin of Kona Big Wave, brewed with mango. This bright and golden Blonde Ale is outfitted with gentle tropical flavors as soft as crashing waves at sunset.

Mai Time Light - 4%

Mai Time Light is a light version of the brewery’s limited-release wheat ale, a Mai Tai cocktail inspiration. It boasts a tropical aroma and flavor that transports you directly under a palm tree amongst salty air and island vibes.

Longboard Island Lager - 4.6%

Longboard Island Lager is as crisp as the curling waves at Waikiki Beach. A traditional pale lager, Longboard’s got a subtly spicy hop flavor and aroma that pairs nicely with its medium body and a seat on the beach (or poolside).

What kind of beer is Kona Longboard?

Kona Longboard Island Lager is a pale-gold lager with Mt. Hood, Hallertau, Sterling, Millennium hops, and Pale 2-Row malt for a balanced beer with low to medium body and slight spicy bitterness. It’s 4.6% ABV with 20 IBUs and is not bitter.

Big Wave - 4.4%

Kona Big Wave packs a big flavor for a low-ABV golden ale. It’s guaranteed to keep you upright throughout the day with fruity and floral hop notes. Roasted honey malt brings additional sweetness–just as sweet as a day off with your buddies.

What type of beer is Kona Big Wave?

Big Wave is a must-try beer. It’s crisp, delicate, and packed with easy-going flavor.

Kona Big Wave is an American golden ale with 4.4% ABV and 21 IBUs and is not bitter. It’s known for its slightly bready malt flavors and floral and fruity hop aroma. It’s golden-yellow and pours a thin white head.

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