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10 Places To Get Singapore-Made CRAFT BEER For International Beer Day

Celebrate with unusual craft beers made in Singapore – and they can be delivered.

Yes, International Beer Day really does exist.

And it’s just around the corner – August 6 (the first Friday of August), to be exact. If you’re looking to celebrate International Beer Day in Singapore-style, you should give locally-brewed craft beers a go. The flavours are more interesting than the standard Tiger and Heineken beers, and compare well to American and European craft beers.

Most of these local craft beers can also be delivered right to your doorstep, so despite Covid restrictions, you can still quaff the best cold craft beers in the country. Now, bookmark this list and you’re all set for International Beer Day.

*Disclaimer: At the time of publication, in view of the Phase 2 Heightened Alert measures, dining in is prohibited at all eating establishments until 18 August 2021. Take outs and deliveries, are still allowed. We’re doing our best to be accurate, but please double check with the restaurants before you visit.

1. Trouble Brewing

Trouble Brewing craft beer from SIngapore is ideal to celebrate International Beer Day

Launched in 2017, Trouble Brewing prides itself in producing quality, fresh local beers that taste good – and are affordable. Brewed in Tuas, this local craft beer maker carries a fine range of beers like Dodgy Tip Pale Ale, Brick Head Pilsner and the renowned Singapore Lager – a light beer that drinks easy and pairs well with many types of food, including local favourites such as chicken rice and laksa. You can enjoy these craft brews in bars and restaurants. But with no dining in allowed at the moment, you’ll be glad to know Trouble Brewing offers same-day delivery so you can still have them delivered to your home.

Trouble Brewing 
Address: Online only

2. Little Island Brewing Co


This local craft microbrewery, smokehouse and restaurant in Changi serves up beer that’s made onsite, in its very own microbrewery. Beers are unfiltered, unpasteurised and served straight from the serving tanks – so they’re as fresh as you can get. Little Island Brewing Co originals include bittersweet 5.45-percent ABV Dry Irish Stout, refreshing 6.6% ABV Blood Orange Saison and easy-to-drink 4.2-percent ABV Light Ale. When you’re in the mood for something inspired by Singapore, go for the 7.79-percent SPA Singapore Pale Ale, an oak-matured India Pale Ale (IPA) beer with a mild flowery and woody aroma. It’s described as slightly malty with a long bitter and dry finish.

Little Island Brewing Co
Address: 6 Changi Village Rd., #01-01/02, 509907
Tel: 6543 9100
Opening hours: 12 noon to 8 p.m. (Mon. to Thurs.); 12 noon to 8:30 p.m. (Fri.); 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Sat. to Sun.)

3. Rye & Pint Brewery 

Craft beers by Rye & Pint Brewery, at Tuas, Singpore

Rye & Pint Brewery was founded back in 2015 by by three beer-mad Singaporean brothers called Luther, Rufus and Ross. Located in Tuas, this brewery produces only small batches each time, so you’re guaranted variety. Plus the beer is bottled and kegged fresh from the fermenter to ensure the utmost quality in taste and body. This makes it an ideal place to experiment with new flavours on International Beer Day. The brewery has a repertoire of beers that include Sunday’s Brew (a pilsner), Trippin’ Wheat (wheat ale), Daily Fix (coffee ale), and recent creations like Moonlightin’, a porter with chocolate malt notes, and Moonlightin’ Too, a black IPA with fruity, toffee flavours. You can buy sample packs of 6 bottles, (from $40) so you can try a beer before you buy more.

Rye & Pint Brewery 
Address: Online only

4. LeVeL33

LeVeL 33 craft brewery, o top of  a skyscraper in Singaproe, is an ideal place to celebrate International Beer Day

Perched on the 33rd floor of the Marina Bay Financial Centre, you’ll not only be able to enjoy a local brew at LeVeL33, you’ll also be served panoramic views of Singapore’s skyline when you dine in at this rooftop bar and restaurant. LeVeL33 serves beer made onsite at its microbrewing facilities. It has five flavours, all unfiltered and unpasteurised: 33.1 Blond Lager, 33.15 India Pale Ale, 33.3 Stout, 33.4 House Porter and 33.9 Wheat Beer. In addition, LeVeL33 also incorporates beer brewing elements, into its dishes, such as yeast, spent grains and hops.

Address: 8 Marina Blvd., #33-01, Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1, 018981
Tel: 6834 3133
Opening hours: 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. (Daily)

Reserve on Chope here.

5. That Singapore Beer Project

Celebrate International Beer Day with 
a Guava and Soup plum craft beer from That Singapore Beer Project

If you’re looking for unique flavours, That Singapore Beer Project won’t disappoint. Touting itself as the “Social brewing project that makes beers inspired by local stories and preferences”, the company retails playful flavours that are created after crowd-sourcing opinions from the public. These include the limited edition Kiam Sng Di beer, which is Hokkien for salty, sour and sweet. This beer is inspired by fresh guavas dipped with plum powder, a popular local snack. Or how about Drinks Like Teen Spirit?!, a malty Helles beer that is crisp and refreshing, with floral notes.

That Singapore Beer Project
Address: Online only

6. Brewlander & Co.

Brewlander & Co craft beers from Singapore

Founded by local celebs Allan Wu and Daniel Ong, Brewlander & Co prides itself on creating the best flavours, while not skimping on costs and quality. Heading the brewing operation is John Wei, an award-winning homebrewer and beer competition judge. Brewlander & Co. has a collection of beers that that range from a refreshing summer ale (named Hope), to a fruity Wild IPA (named Love). Or you can sip a punchy Double IPA (named Courage).

Brewlander & Co
Address: Online only

7. The 1925 Brewing Co.

Beers from The 1925 Brewing Co. microbrewery in SIngapore, to celebrate International Beer Day

At the heart of The 1925 Brewing Co. is a family business with a proud history in the food and beverage industry. Brothers Ivan and Eng Kuang, and their uncle, Yeo King Joey founded the 1925 Brewing Co. The restaurant does have shiny beer vats in use in the bar, but the bulk of the brewing is done in a facility in Mandai. Beers include Yellow Van, a versatile pale ale, to Blk 622, a dark ale named after the block where the brothers’ grandparents used to live. If you’re feeling adventurous on International Beer Day, try Musang King Ale, a durian-flavoured pale ale.

The 1925 Brewing Co.
Address: 261 Joo Chiat Rd., 427515
Email: Hello@the1925.com.sg
Opening hours: 12 noon to 9 p.m. (Restaurant; Tue. to Sun.); 12 noon to 10:15 p.m. (Taproom; Tue. to Sun.)

8. Pink Blossoms Brewing

Pink Blossoms Brewing craft beer is made in Singapore

Teo Hong Han used to be an accountant living in New York City. Inspired by the infinite creativity of New York’s craft beer brewers in the city, in 2018 he decided to move back to Singapore to open Pink Blossoms Brewing. The brand brews beer in small batches so it can tweak each brew to customers’ preferences while allowing space for innovation and creativity. At its tasting room in Ubi, Pink Blossoms Brewing serves up five standard flavours all year round – Hundred Years, a milk stout with coffee and chocolate notes, Lean on Me, a zesty pale ale, Don’t Stop Believing, a fruity IPA, Let It Be, a seasonal IPA, and Never Say Goodbye, an imperial stout. You can get them delivered.

Pink Blossoms Brewing
Address: 50 Ubi Ave 3., #01-12, 408866
Tel: 6612 0215
Opening hours: 5 to 10:30 p.m. (Mon. to Fri.); 2 to 10:30 p.m. (Sat. to Sun. + PH.)

9. Brewerkz 

Brewerkz craft beer brewery in Singapore

Brewerkz is Singapore’s longest-running craft beer brewery, having been around since 1997. With four restaurant-bar outlets islandwide, it serves up delicious Western and Asian-inspired dishes with a touch of local flavours. But the stars are the beers. The brewery in Kampong Ampat creates signature flavours, such as the Golden Ale and Circuit Breaker New England IPA, and seasonal favourites which include a creamy Nitro Stout and dark Gula Melaka Imperial Stout. They’re all perfect when you want to raise a glass to International Beer day.

Address: Multiple locations
Tel: See website
Opening hours: See website

Reserve on Chope here.

10. RedDot BrewHouse

Craft beers by RedDot Brewhouse in SIngapore give a Singpore slant on International Beer Day

International Beer Day is surely a time to experiment with unusual beers, and you’ll find them here. The father and daughter behind RedDot BrewHouse take their craft seriously. Daughter Crystalla Huang is the first female Singaporean certified beer brewmaster. She’s famous for creating original and even eccentric beer flavours that recount stories of her life. Her father Ernest, who founded this local craft brewery-restaurant in 1997, supports her all the way and this dream team brews signature beers like Czech Pilsner, Monster Green Lager, Summer Ale and seasonal flavours like Chrysanthemum Rum Lager and Yuzu Craze Pilsner. You can e-shop these craft beers and enjoy them in the comfort of your own home.

RedDot BrewHouse
Address: 25A Dempsey Rd., #01-01, 247691
Tel: 6475 0500
Opening hours: 12 noon to 10:20 p.m. (Mon. to Sat.); 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. (Sun.)

Reserve on Chope here.

By Ho Guo Xiong, July 2019 / Last updated by Jayme Chong, July 2021

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