Located on Clark Quay, it’s pleasantly situated with views of the river and surroundings. The beers range from very nice to below average, but there’s a decent range of beers to try. Food is nice with the portions generous. The staff were friendly and service was fine on my few visits.
Nice inside and out. The outdoor patio is sprawling in the late afternoon, affording nice breezes during dusk along the riverside. The inside is very large and quite beery. Successively smaller glasses of beer painted on the floor lead you to the washroom. They play beer-themed audiobooks in the washroom of all things--I really appreciated that! Has high chairs around the bar but the bar itself is not used for seating but for staff to collect the beers. There is a pool table and sports on TVs. I also appreciate their listing all the other local brewpubs on the chalkboard to create solidarity and encourage ppl to patronize them all, even though technically they are competition. They list the exact hop profiles for their hoppy beers too. Pretty nice place with a fun and broad selection of house beer, one of which (Hopback) is cask-conditioned and hand-pulled. They bottle some of the beers, too.
fiulijn (696) Vancouver, British Columbia | June 26, 2007| Updated June 22, 2010
August 2006. Maybe most of their beers don’t rock, but at least there is always a large selection, maybe 10 beers at a time. Some of the beers are also available to take away, at least grab the X-tra. The bar is in a nice location on the river quay, expect to see more ang-moh than local people... Undoubtly the first place to visit, in Singapore.
October 2007. I’m less excited by this place I had 4 beers recently that really sucked. For beers I would rather go to Archipelago (for spicy original beers) or The Pump Room (for solid straight brews).
gnoff (598) Mölndal, Sweden | August 13, 2013| Updated September 1, 2013
Visited on July 8, 2013. Situated a bit in from Merchants road, and rather difficult to cross the road unless you do it in the very start/end of the street. I started off down the one side, that proved to be the wrong one of course, so needed to backtrack to find the crossing over. If you end up walking west like I did, with Eu Tong Sen St. / New Bridge Road in your back, the place is on your right hand side, so make sure to start down Merchant Rd. on the right hand side as well. Rather large seating area, both indoors and out. Smoking area in a few designated places outdoors. Fresh nice toilets where you pass parts of the brewery walking in. Didn’t eat, but saw plenty of others do and looked rather popular for it. Located in an area easy to walk to, if you know where to cross the road, and with plenty of other bars and restaurants as well as bustling nightlife around. Prices change depending on what time of day you visit. Flights/samples available, 4 for $14, with their regular and seasonal brews I could finish 8 beers here. WiFi available. Nice area with some water around. Very nice, fast, friendly service. Didn’t check out the bottles at all. One of the guys working here saw me wearing a Hypocrisy shirt and started talked about Swedish metal music with me.
A beautiful brewpub, situated on Clarke’s Quay, beutiful terrace overlooking the Singapore River, with corregated metal walls, large dining area. Food is expensive, beer is expensive, Singapore is expensive. But this is the best brewpub in the country. 4 X 90 ml samples for 13$, Western menu.
Just along the riverside from Sque. Massive and, in 1997, groundbreaking. However .... why did the dozen or so traveling gents who propped up the bar mid afternoon intent on drinking either pints or serious assortment have to be bombarded with third-generation cloned heavy metal music, and why would be want to watch the German Bundesliga or South Korean premier league? And are a dozen decent bottled beers enough for a beer bar in a rising star beer country? If you have helped to make a market in beer you have to keep up with your customers and know what challenges them or else what they are likely to like.
We sat outside in a weeknight and had a very enjoyable time. Most of us had a burger of some variety, which were all good. I snagged a flight and all were solid to very good. Service lacked a bit. Right in the river so the scenery was nice. Very expensive but this was tourist Sungapore so duh. Would drink copious amounts of Brewerkz if I lived here.
I've been coming here now since 2006 on and off and I have never been disappointed. Awesome selection of craft ales brewed on-site which is the reason to come here. Decent selection of bottled beers from around the world. Great food and great service too. Can't recommend highly enough for any beer lover.
11 own beers, carefully selected small Belgian/Canadian beer list (Duval, Unibroues, Chimay, Maredsous etc.). A bit upscale, but service is excellent and food too. You can sample all their 11 beers by 2 oz glasses. Outstanding brew pub and one of my favourite stops in Singapore.
Visited on a friday evening during an 8hr stop at Sin Changi airport, a short walk to the right from metrostation Clarke’s Quay. Very large bar with multiple rooms, indeed very industrial like with steel and light wood interior, but the atmosphere was very good since the bar was packed with locals and expats. Large terrace on the riverside with a nice view. Tasted all 13 beers they had from samplers and had a good and very spicy pizza. Beers were (below) average and very English oriented. Prices were high for European standards, I paid S$36,- for the samples and S$22,- ex service charge and tax for the pizza, which is alltogether > €30 or US$45. Nevertheless a nice way to spend an evening in Singapore, and close to Archipelago brewpub (10min walk).