Great location and a great beer range make this a must for visitors to Singapore. Especially if you’re sick of the sight of Tiger Beer. This brewpub is housed in a modern complex that sprawls along the river in the city centre. With its outdoor seating it’s a bit reminiscent of Sydney’s Darling Harbour (James Squire Brewhouse) or Melbourne’s Southgate. The air-conditioned interior is pleasant, if a bit gloomy, with plenty of TV screens, a pool table and dartboards. The beer selection is first rate. There were 12 available on the day I visited, although the Moh Gwai Belgian Strong was only available for take-away for some reason. The beers vary from odd to excellent. Five are bottled and available for take-away. The bar offers two sample trays which are fair value at S$10.50 for five/six 60ml samples. Service is as polite and wonderfully efficient as always in Singapore. The food menu is a US-style mix of burgers, pizzas and ribs. Seemed to be popular but why would you eat that when you could be sitting in a hawker market eating the fantastic local cuisine for a fraction of the price? BTW, if you baulk at the beer prices, bear in mind that bars at nearby Boat Quay charge almost S$15 for a pint of Guinness. Beer is expensive in Singapore. Bummer.
Large brewpub with a lot of seats situated near the river on Clarke Quay (Riverside Point, hence the name eh!). Theres numerous (double digits) taps of their own beers plus a decent selection of guest taps. I did notice they do cask too but it was too late as I was heading home so I didnt get to try anything from cask. Decent selection of food too, we had the pizza which was OK. They sell their own bottles as well as merchandise etc to go. TVs with sport were on during my visit. Staff were plentiful and helpful. Sampling flights are available for those that want to try a bit of everything.
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.
Visited here in Nov 2015. Brewpub in Clarke Quay area of Singapore. Good selection of taps, most of which were good to great. Particularly liked the XIPA, Raspberry Ale and the Black Pig. Prices were insane however, like pretty much everywhere in Singapore, even applied a service charge on weekend nights! Service was a bit lacking at times. Didn’t try any food.
The local brews are about a 5 or 6 out of 10. Food is good, and it’s always cool to sit in a brewpub, but the beer selection just doesn’t cut it. Give me a heavy stout, a real lambic, or a crazy triple IPA.
Sat on the patio, but also went in to have a look there. Good brewpub, but not outstanding: The selection consists of a bit more than 10 beers and contains also their best brews. Service was knowledgeable about what they serve. Value was good, but I was there in the afternoon where many things are a lot cheaper.
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.
Sat on the patio. Nice and calm place with a somewhat slow but very kind service. Place outside a bit anonymous, but inside Quite ok. They had 12 something beers on tab at my visit and a couple more (of their own) on Bottle. 20 something foreign beers were on the bottlel list as well. Food was good. Prices ok.