Dirk Brace "Mouse" on a Brewer Morgan  (Honolua Bay)


The original prototype of this model was created in 82 in California just prior to the full impact of the needle nose. Well balanced, this is a hybrid design that offers a great deal of versatility. Made for small to medium size surf with lower rocker and  more surface area. The swallow wing tail design allows for quick  release and gives the board more control when the surf picks up a bit.

Sizes 5-4" - 6'2"  (photo-5'8 x 19.25 x 2.5  x 28-L) 

Bottom - single to double concave

Tail- Swallow Wing, Squash Wing        Fins- 3/4


Classic  Brewer Island template with a little more width and float. This step up board is built to take on larger surf and make the challenge a little easier. Originally designed by Dick Brewer and Steve Morgan in 1985 on the island of Kauai, this revision includes a single to double concave bottom.

Sizes 6'0" - 7'6"  (photo- 7'0" x 20.5 x 2.7 x 41-L)

Bottom - Single to double concave

Tail- Rd Pin         Fins- Tri


Kainalu Mahiko perched on a 9'6" "Waikiki"


The Waikiki is a hybrid nosrider model designed by Dick Brewer and Steve Morgan. The result of this successful collaboration is a board can can truly nose ride but still has performance features. This board has a deep concave bottom entry extending almost  half way down the board, transitioning into a maxed out pyramid vee in the tail area. The "Waikiki" pivots easily and the 50/ 50 rails combined with a wider tail give the board plenty of water suction even for slow-wave nose riding. 

Sizes 9'0" - 10'  (photo 9'6' x 23" x 3 1/8)

Bottom  - concave nose to deep vee in tail

Tail- Square, Pin         Fin- Single


 The template of this  board was designed by Dick Brewer in 1962, and was originally known as the "Summer Semi",  later given the name  "Pipeliner" when Brewer brought this series of boards into the Bing lineup.  Three distinct Pipeliner models were made which included the "Pipeliner Gun", the "Classic Pipeliner"  and the model that we now refer to as the "63".  The 63 follows the same template curve as the classic Pipeliner but has a nose width of 18 1/2 " in contrast to the Classic Pipeliner at 17". The 63 takes on the characteristics of a modern performance long board with down rails and a concave bottom. This is a  really versatile longboard that can handle a wide variety of conditions.

Sizes 8'0 - 9'6  (photo- 9'0" x 22 1/2 x 3)

Bottom - Single to double concave w/ vee

 Tail-  Rd Pin, Square    Fins- 2+1, Tri, Single


Pocket Rocket

Taking its name from the infamous board that Brewer built for Reno Abellira in 1968, likes its predecessor, this model represented a new wave of refinement in the late 70's.  Created by Steve Morgan, the “Pocket Rocket” is the culmination of earlier Brewer fish designs, having much of the surface area of 70's style fishes but with less bulk and a little more nose lift. While serving as a great everyday board, this board is also an easy groveling transition for those who are used to riding modern performance boards.

Sizes 5'2" -6'0" (photo 5'6"  20.5 x 2.3)

Bottom -  Single to double concave w/ tail vee

Tail- Fish Wing        Fins- Twin + trailer or 2/4

V5 Bonzer

The V5 is the ultimate combination of vintage and modern. Drawing from one of the earliest Brewer Morgan templates in 1979, this pre-thruster model combines the the design ingenuity of the Campbell Brothers Bonzer design and that of DIck Brewer's early three fin designs. With the volume displacement slightly forward of center, this board catches waves easily and true to the intention of the design, offers the fluidity of a single fin with more control and drive off the rail

Sizes 5'6- 7'6 (photo 6'4" x 19.75 x 2.6)

Bottom- concave with deep spiral vee

Tail- Rd Pin Wing     Fins- Bonzer 4 +1


First developed by Dick Brewer  in the summer of 1967, the Lotus was a transitional board created in the short window of time between the longboard era and the shortboard revolution. Working together, Brewer and Morgan have  recreated this design in a more contemporary form. With a low rocker and wide point forward, this board offers an exceptionally smooth glide and ease of paddle. Originally designed as a as a single fin but also works well with Bonzer or 2 + 1 set up.

Sizes- 5'6” -7’6” (photo 6' 10" x 20.5 x 2.7)

Bottom- concave to spiral vee

Tail- Pin                 Fins- Single, 2+1,  Bonzer

The "Fish"

Before there was alternative or retro or any other  name that might capture a larger audience, this board simply existed as the “Fish”. Originally a kneeboard but shortly after it's creation, emanating cult status for a handful of surfers who discovered the unique magic of this board. This outline first appeared in Morgan’s California collection in the early 70’s eventually becoming a part of the Brewer lineup. 

Sizes- 5'2" - 6'0" (photo 5'8" x 21.25  x 2.5)

Bottom- flat panel vee

Fins- twin keel

*Guaranteed to fit the  trunk of your 65 Coupe De Ville


7'2 x 20 1/4 x 2 3/4


6'10 x 20 1/2 x 2 5/8

V5 Bonzer

6'4 x 19 3/4 x 2 5/8

Pocket Rocket

5'6 x 20 1/2 x 2 1/2


9'6" x 23 x 3 1/8


9'0 x 22 1/2 x 3

The "Fish"

5'6" x 21 x 2 1/2