Since this forum is so lightly used, I decided to share my Singapore experience/recommendations as a guide for those doing a search. For background, I am in Singapore at least once a year if not more and usually stay right near the marina so most of what I do is either within walking distance up the river or a short taxi ride. Where to buy for take home (All described further below except where I go in to detail.): *Brewerkz at Clark Quay (Their own bottles and a few others.) *Good Beer Company - A couple $$ more than at a store, but can take anything they sell home. (Cash only) *Mabuk Monkey - Online or by phone and they deliver within the hour. Highly recommend as getting to a store that actually has the beer can be a pain and a lot of times may be out. It is also cheaper prices than most places. (They even once packed a box for me to check as luggage and threw in some SWAG and a glass.) Brewerkz at Clark Quay (brewery): - Beers to try: White Rabbit, Hop Back (only cask available in SG as far as I know), Steam Beer - Food: Nothing stands out. Not great, but not bad. - They also had Jungle Beer available the last time I was visiting as well as US craft beer - They have other locations, but I have only been to Clark Quay which is a big night life location Pump Room at Clark Quay (brewery): - Beers to try: Nothing memorable, though I vaguely recall their IPA wasn't too bad. - Food: Nothing stands out. Not great, but not bad. - I've only been here once because the business focuses more on being a club at night than their brewing operations. Red Dot on Dempsey hill(brewery): - Beers to try: Nothing stands out (Novelty: They do a green beer with spirulina.) - Food: Nothing stands out. Not great, but not bad. - The reason to go here is that it is a beautiful outdoor location shaded by big trees. Drink a light refreshing beer on an outside patio surrounded by green. One of my favorite patios in Singapore. - They also have a Boat Quay location, but never been there because it does not have the ambiance of Dempsey Archipelago - many locations (brewery): - Beers to try: Their Limited Edition is almost always interesting. (For instance a coffee pilsner that tastes like iced coffee.) From what I understand it is the brew master's tap that he can do whatever he wants with, while the rest is controlled by Heineken. (Pretty sure that is who owns them now, though can't find the link.) Their Summer ale is a nice light, warm weather beer and usually my first off the plane as there is a location right by the hotel I stay at. - Food: Varies by location Jungle Beer (brewery only): - Beers to try: All of them, though I haven't been able to get my hands on their hoppy ones yet so can't confirm if they get the "American" part of their American IPA. What I can tell you is that these guys know how to brew good beer. Haven't had a one I didn't like JiBiru (restaurant): - Beers to try: Japanese craft beer. They have bottles as well as draft and Jungle beer on tap and in the bottle. (Ask them what beers they have in as they will get some one off limited releases from time to time in bottles.) - Food: Yakitori is outstanding. This may only be available after 6pm, but if you email or call them they can confirm as it has been changing. Good Beer Company (Chinatown Food Complex Hawker Stall): - Great craft beer selection from both Singapore breweries as well as New Zealand, Australia, EU, and US. - Food: It's a hawker center. Buy your $3 SGD plate of chicken rice (or whatever you like) and $15 SGD beer. (All alcohol is on the higher side in Singapore.) - And for those not familiar, hawker centers have some of the best food in Asia. Brussels Sprouts (restaurant): - Beers to try: Exactly what the name implies and quite a large selection of bottles. Get your sour on. - Food: Good mussels A couple of other notes: - I have had mixed experiences with US craft IPAs in Singapore with some being extremely faded, though so far this has only happened at non-craft locations. (Mario Batali's places for instance served me the most faded Stone beer I have ever encountered.) - Prices get steadily more expensive for draught beer as the night progresses. (Pricing changes) - Make sure you specify the size of beer you want on draught or you will get the largest bucket they sell. - For those new to Asia, service sucks and the people serving you at the breweries with restaurants know nothing about the beer. Hopefully this is helpful to someone and if you have any specific questions, please feel free to drop me a note.