Finding Beers in Singapore

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Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby spud » 04 Sep 2007, 08:17

Guys
Not being the man about town as most of you are all.
Does anyone know where one can get ones lips around any Beers from the Newcastle Stable. Have a thirsty traveller ( dont U just love that Guys job) heading this way and has been complaining that he cant seem to get any anywhere..

Did try the House Brews at Pump Room on Sunday night and thought the Scottish was the only one that let the team down. Rest are very good and moreish. After my second round of them all, sadly we had to up tent and move next door to settle on some 35 yr old Scotch, well some one had to do it.. So for me the Beers at the Pump are quite OK. Food was good as well.

So if anyone can help with the Newcastle outlets much appreciated.
cheers spud
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Next in line - Choc /Hazelnut Porter, Dry Knickers Stout then, Classic American Pils, Kolsch.
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby spud » 22 Feb 2008, 22:08

So are you guys still looking out for some as I wanna get me lips around some as well.
Need some tasters for Brewing examples.
Have found Fullers and a few others out in the bad lands way, so keep looking pls.
cheers spud.
Brewing, well awaiting to be - Newcastle Nut, American Pale
Keg - Scottish 80/-, Eda's Milk Stout
Next in line - Choc /Hazelnut Porter, Dry Knickers Stout then, Classic American Pils, Kolsch.
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Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby spud » 13 May 2008, 16:03

Hi there U out and about drinkers..
Looking for tasting sessions for these if U see them anywhere please.
Bocks,, any will do but everyone if possible..
Kolsh,, same as above.
Any smoked Beers at all...

Thanks & regards Spud..
Brewing, well awaiting to be - Newcastle Nut, American Pale
Keg - Scottish 80/-, Eda's Milk Stout
Next in line - Choc /Hazelnut Porter, Dry Knickers Stout then, Classic American Pils, Kolsch.
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby craigev » 13 May 2008, 16:19

not sure about kolch and smoked beers.
but heres what i do know :

British ales: Colbar in portsdown road has about 10 types of imported bottles. i just tried a fullers london porter for the first time in my life there.
Belgians: ice cold or no 5 (cant remember which) in peranakan place has a big but expensive range of bottles (even lambics). The leffe blond on draf is fab.
Funny, i cant think of anywhere for lagers ! german or czhech !
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby eskimo » 13 May 2008, 20:38

U tried Brauhaus @ United Square?

Reasonable list... even a few lambic's
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby spud » 14 May 2008, 17:58

Hi eskimo
Thanks will add to the list..
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Keg - Scottish 80/-, Eda's Milk Stout
Next in line - Choc /Hazelnut Porter, Dry Knickers Stout then, Classic American Pils, Kolsch.
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby JohnDrinks » 20 May 2008, 20:22

Hi there,

Newbie here....just sharing a passion for beers (except for some labels under the A_B stable :wink: ) Not sure if this has been shared but if anyone is searching for belgian/german labels like Tripel Karmeliet, Kwak, Koenig Ludwig etc, you may get it from Beer Importers at 40 Jalan Peminpin #01-06A. The owner's name is Gerald by the way. As they supply to most of the belgian/german eateries here, you'll be able to get them at better prices. Sometime back when the drinking holes are charging about $14-16 per bottle, it only costed less than $7 there. If there's anyone interested in the famous german wheat beer Weihenstephan, there's someone bringing in this label here too. For those that crave Scottish/English labels, you may order online thru www.thebeerclub.com.sg - a.k.a PDT Enterprise.

Apologies if the above has been posted before, just hoping to share some info.
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby spud » 21 May 2008, 11:22

Hi Johndrinks
Great wealth of info there..
Will look at both Thanks.
Cheers Spud
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Keg - Scottish 80/-, Eda's Milk Stout
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby southernoise » 30 May 2008, 09:52

*BURRRRRRRRRP*

Beer from www.thebeerclub.com.sg
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Coming up: Uruk-hai IPA
Fond Memories:
American Pale Ale, tweaked from Jamil's Brewing Classic Styles page 134
Dirty Water Brown, tweaked from Jamil's Brewing Classic Styles page 141
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby keat » 30 May 2008, 14:26

Hmmm they have Deliruim Trumens... The only time I tasted it was at Brussel Sprouts, and it was a really old bottle. Have you tasted it?
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby southernoise » 30 May 2008, 17:37

Nope not yet... gonna pace myself out for this. Damn i miss brewin!
On Tap:
Coming up: Uruk-hai IPA
Fond Memories:
American Pale Ale, tweaked from Jamil's Brewing Classic Styles page 134
Dirty Water Brown, tweaked from Jamil's Brewing Classic Styles page 141
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby JohnDrinks » 02 Jun 2008, 23:39

Have tried Deliruim Trumens aka Pink Elephant and to me, it's definitely a pretty complex one. Hmm....it doesn't hit you at once or straight on but it comes around as you drink it.
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby southernoise » 03 Jun 2008, 13:49

hi JohnDrinks, you happen to know who's the one bringing in Little Creatures? Don't mind a carton of it at home at all times.... :lol:
On Tap:
Coming up: Uruk-hai IPA
Fond Memories:
American Pale Ale, tweaked from Jamil's Brewing Classic Styles page 134
Dirty Water Brown, tweaked from Jamil's Brewing Classic Styles page 141
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby htkm » 29 Jan 2009, 09:15

Been going to Carrfour lately. They got some interesting beers from Franch. One of them is called "3 Monts". It's a blond color

3 Monts (French)
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Another one is a German Dunkel. Very nice full flavored. I Like. :D Got it from Mmmmmm Grocer at Novena. They sell excellent Black Pig Shabu shabu by the way.

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Brewing Soon: Pliny The Elder
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Re: Finding Beers in Singapore

Postby southernoise » 29 Jan 2009, 15:44

I've bought the 3 Monts before from the beer stall Bukit Timah Market that sells a whole bunch of other beer.

Read that MMMM now has a branch at West Coast Plaza. I like the one at Square2. Lovely Kurobuta pork belly there, from Taiwan if recall correctly.
On Tap:
Coming up: Uruk-hai IPA
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American Pale Ale, tweaked from Jamil's Brewing Classic Styles page 134
Dirty Water Brown, tweaked from Jamil's Brewing Classic Styles page 141
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