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Brewerkz Singapore Restaurant and Microbrewery
Exceptional based on 33 ratings
Type: Brewpub (see listing)

30 Merchant Road #01-05/06, Riverside Point
Singapore, Singapore 058282 [ print map ]
(+65) 6438 7438 | facebook | twitter

Hours: Mon-Thu & Sun: 12PM - 12AM / Fri-Sat: 12PM - 1AM

Mayor: motelpogo (6) | Taps: 12 | Bottles: 4

Brewerkz Singapore Restaurant and Microbrewery

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Beer Available At Brewerkz Singapore Restaurant and Microbrewery (arranged by most recent)
Brewerkz India Pale Ale 45, BIIR / Brewerkz Hoppy Monk , RedDot Summer Ale 29, Brewerkz Blueberry Mead , Brewerkz Steam Beer 31, Brewerkz KŲlsch Ale 23, Brewerkz Root Of All Evil Ginger Beer , Brewerkz Honey Apricot Ale , Brewerkz American Pale Ale , Brewerkz Black Pig 47, Brewerkz Hopback Ale 40, Sapporo Draft Beer / Premium Beer 8, Brewerkz Blackberry Honey Ale , Brewerkz Oatmeal Stout 74, Brewerkz White Rabbit 46, Brewerkz Xtra IPA 83, Brewerkz Pilsner Lager 24, Brewerkz Golden Ale 29, Brewerkz Wheat Beer
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33 reviews for Brewerkz Singapore Restaurant and Microbrewery
 Ambiance  75%
 Service  74%
 Selection  68%
 Food  69%
 Value  69%
 Overall  69%
 Rating  77%
Rating Distribution

Beershine  (705) The Sunshine State, Florida | June 22, 2010
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.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 15/20
Borresteijn  (172) Amsterdam, Netherlands | October 26, 2009
Visited on a friday evening during an 8hr stop at Sin Changi airport, a short walk to the right from metrostation Clarkeís 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 > Ä30 or US$45. Nevertheless a nice way to spend an evening in Singapore, and close to Archipelago brewpub (10min walk).
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 14/20
nate2g  (606) Boomtown! / Waikato, New Zealand | September 25, 2009
Located on Clark Quay, itís pleasantly situated with views of the river and surroundings. The beers range from very nice to below average, but thereís 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.
  AMBIANCE 2/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 14/20
lgklotet  (14) Stockholm, Sweden | May 13, 2009
One of the classics in Singapore I suppose. The beer is really good, the XIPA gives me the hoppy-shivers.. a rare thing in Singapore. Sure enough, the place does lack a bit in ambience and thatís unfortunately the main reason for not coming here so often, especially as their beer is availabe as take-away (mind you though, from my limited experience, their bottling line ainít clean...). The prices are a bit on the dear side, especially off happy-hour. Come here for a pint by the river, eat somewhere else.
  AMBIANCE 2/5   SERVICE 4/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 8/20
TerenceHua  (6) , Singapore | February 21, 2009| Updated March 11, 2009
Minimalism is not a problem in itself. But almost bare carpentry packed side by side with an "open brewery" on site? Basically, you get the feel that you are drinking in a factory with a t.v. or two thrown in by unionís request. Trust me - they even have wire mesh fencing around the kettles and tanks adorned with security and safety signages . Unless that does something for you, itís not good ambience. I checked the dictionary to be doubly sure what ambience means. The staff extend just about enough courtesy to ward off complaints - maybe thatís why thereís no service charge. They practically wrestle the menu away from you soonest possible and, seem in a hurry to bill you and have you on your way. Foodís good and the selection is acceptable. But, the prices are like a Zippo lighter ignited in your pants, i.e., pockets get burnt.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 6/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 14/20
Dredd  (6) Bentleigh, Australia | July 26, 2008
Great spot to escape Tiger Beer and the Singapore humidity. A lot to try about 12 on tap so to go the range is a big ask. Beer is generally of good standard, service is good and even if you are alone a good spot as there are plenty of expats to speak to and sport on TV. A bit of persuasion will get the bartenders giving you free samplers and the food is OK, but expensive for Singapore.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 8/15   FOOD 6/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 7/20
tomciccateri  (127) Albuquerque, New Mexico | August 11, 2007
Easily reachable via subway (Clarke Quay stop) and a walk across the pedestrian bridge over the Singapore River. Large outdoor seating area along the Riverside, with a retractable awning. Pooltable and extensive seating inside, plus good size bar with view into adjacent brewhouse and vessels. Lots of house beers with a great tasting area.
fiulijn  (516) Vancouver, British Columbia | June 26, 2007| Updated June 22, 2010
August 2006. Maybe most of their beers donít 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. Iím 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).
highlandlad  (44) Blue Mountains, Australia | September 24, 2006
Great location and a great beer range make this a must for visitors to Singapore. Especially if youíre 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 itís a bit reminiscent of Sydneyís Darling Harbour (James Squire Brewhouse) or Melbourneís 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.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 9/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 15/20
TBone  (215) Pori, Finland | February 26, 2006
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.

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