The maker of the Kona Brewing Co. line of beers has reached a deal to settle class action claims that the company misled consumers to believe that its Hawaii-themed brews were made in the Aloha State when they were actually brewed in the continental U.S.

Plaintiffs lawyers at Faruqi & Faruqi and the Wand Law Firm filed court papers Thursday indicating the Craft Brew Alliance Inc., or CBA, has agreed to list the actual brewing site or all locations where Kona beers are brewed on all consumer-facing packaging for a minimum of four years.

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