Kona Brewing Co.® Fire Rock® Pale Ale, 6 Pack 12 fl. oz. Bottles
The Big Island Gets Bigger
The southern point of The Big Island of Hawaii is punctuated by two active volcanoes, Mauna Loa and Kilauea. Eruptions from the east rift zone of Kilauea, the longest continuously erupting volcano, send rivers of red hot lava down its slopes to plunge into the Pacific Ocean. Steam clouds billow from the shore as the lava hits the water. The best way to experience this spectacle is at sunset, when the lava glows against the darkening sky and can be seen for miles. The island is expanding thanks to this force of nature, and Hawaii is one of the few accessible places in the world where you can watch it happen before your eyes.