Tiger Brewery

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Time Required: 1-2 hours


5:00 PM - 1:00 AM
Closed on Monday

Entry Fee:

Walk-in: SGD 20 for weekdays. SGD 22 for Saturdays.
Online: SGD 18 for weekdays. SGD 20 for Saturdays.

Tiger Brewery, Singapore Overview

The tiger brewery is one of the most famous breweries in Singapore that claim to brew the town's most iconic beer with mere four high-quality ingredients. This brewery is most visited for its beer-brewing tours where the visitors can see beer being made from its raw form, all the way from milling the malt to packaging. Primarily focused on the history of the Tiger-Beer brand and the brewery itself, the tour briefly covers the beer making technology and production processes. It also lets the visitors watch the filling and packing process of beer from a distance and lets its visitors taste beer even before it is fermented for alcohol, called "wort". It enables you to try your hand at tapping that perfect pint of draught beer, as well as sample some of the freshest beers you would ever try.

Visitors find it fascinating to watch the beer transforming through various stages and sink in the aroma. Followed by this is a cosy, cheerful car room where you get a large glass of Tiger Beer and a shot glass to sample the various types of beers they produce. All of this is complimentary within a 30 minute limit from entering the bar, after which you may buy the beer and have it. Visitors also get a bottle of the freshest Tiger Beer to take home with them. The entire bar area is adorned with badges if the units which were stationed in Singapore and which military personnel visited this place frequently. The tour has a souvenir shop at the end which the visitors are very fond of. It offers unlimited free tastings to its visitors up to 6:30 PM.

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The tour starts by checking out the displays about Tiger beer's history and brand heritage which dates back to 1932. The guide then takes the visitors to the brewing facility for the interactive tour that shows what ingredients are used in the local lager. It then shows how the beer is filled into its holders and packaged for selling. Then, the tour heads towards the display for a sniff of the malty aroma and to learn about the different steps of production involved from milling to mashing to fermentation to filtration.

In the packaging segment, you are allowed to try and pour your own draught beer. The final stop is the Tiger Tavern where you get to enjoy a glass of fresh Tiger Beer and Heineken. The tasting session introduces you to seven different types of beers ranging from Anchor to ABC to Guinness Foreign Extra. The tour also lessons you on how to drink your beer to achieve that full tasting experience. The visitors have the liberty to enjoy unlimited beer within the 30 minutes time limit of entering the bar after which you will be required to purchase beer if you wish to drink. The tour ends at the merchandise store of the brewery.

Booking procedure
To book your tour of the Tiger brewery, ensure that you are on the official website of Tiger Brewery, fill in the required details, choose your desired date to visit and make your payments online book and you have booked yourself a tour of the brewery.  

  • Bear in mind no food is available onsite except vending machine with snacks.
  • No photos allowed during the factory side of things
  • If you want to spend an hour or two in the pub, don't book the last tour at 5:00 PM as the brewery closes at 6:30 PM.

The brewery is easily accessible by buses, the nearest bus stop being 2 minutes away. Buses 182M and 182 stop here. The MRT that is closest is at a distance of 20 minutes. Alight at Joo Koon MRT Station, Exit B and take a cab to 459, Jalan Ahmed Ibrahim.

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