What’s better than eating buttery, seasoned tuna with a cold, refreshing beer? How about tasting more than 30 different versions of the dish and that beer being a frosty Primo, Hawaii’s crisp lager still brewed with pure sugar cane? The Hawaiian seafood delicacy pronounced “poh-kie” (translated to “cut” or “section”) is a delicacy made from raw fish, seaweed and soy sauce. The dish is the umami-intensive theme of this festival, along... More >>>