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Goodluck Beerhouse
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Craft beer delivery services in Singapore for when you're pining for a pint

Knock back a cold pint – right in your living room

By Fabian Loo
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Fridays just aren’t the same without sharing a post-work pint with your co-workers or friends. But just because you can't hit up the bars past 10.30pm during this period doesn't mean the happy hour has to stop. For those craving an ice-cold pint to celebrate the end of the week, these bars deliver your favourite craft beers straight to your doorstep. 

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Moon Dog
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Smith Street Taps

Clubs Chinatown

(Open for dine-in)

You probably know Smith Street Taps as the OG hawker bar that helped kick off Singapore's craft beer revolution. It constantly brings a revolving range of local and international ales to its taps – and its soon-to-launch website will also feature that same great variety, including cans from the award-winning Australian brewery, Moon Dog. Try the sessionable Beer Can bursting with tropical notes of mango and passionfruit or nurse its smooth Timothy Tamothy Slamothy chocolate biscuit milk stout that delivers on all the pleasures of dessert without any cloying sweetness.

Get first dibs here smithstreettaps.com

Druggists
Photograph: Natasha Hong

Druggists

Bars and pubs Kallang

(Open for dine-in)

Choose from 23 different craft beers on tap from this bar in Tyrwhitt Road, or sample a curated selection during the stay-home period. The beers are available in 500ml ($15) and 1L formats ($32.50), with options that include a Florida Weisse, a hazy raspberry sour from Thornbridge Brewery, and Sunday’s Brew from local Rye and Pint Brewery. If it’s variety you’re after, browse its selection of canned craft beers instead. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $12
Order here druggists.sg

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Good Luck Beerhouse
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Good Luck Beerhouse

Bars and pubs Rochor

(Open for dine-in)

Good Luck Beerhouse is a no-frills craft beer bar along Haji Lane that stocks various brews from local brands. Highlights include Smith Street Tap’s 6th Anniversary IPA ($25), Off Day Beer Company’s pale ale ($25), and the guava sour plum gose from The Singapore Beer Project ($25). Each comes freshly tapped in 640ml bottles upon order, then capped and sealed for maximum freshness. If you have a gang of beer fiends, gather them around for the Happy Hour Zoom Bundle. For $200, you and three other friends will each receive two 640ml bottles of local craft beers and a serving of crispy shrimp paste karaage to munch on. 

During this period, the beerhouse’s online store is also playing home to other F&B concepts. Shop for bottled cocktails from Ah Sam Cold Drink Stall, or grab a bite from Bergs Gourmet Burgers, Blanco Court Prawn Mee, and The Oyster Cart. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $10, free for orders above $75
Order here goodluckbeerhouse.com

Orh Gao Taproom
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Orh Gao Taproom

Bars and pubs Craft beer pubs Tanglin

(Open for dine-in)

Treat your beer-loving friend (or yourself) to a care package from Orh Gao Taproom to help tide them through this stay-home period. Customise each pack ($50-$90) with a personalised message along with five different beer options. Let the experts from the taproom give you some recommendations, or mix things up with your choice of beer, cider, wine, and meads. There’s also a weekly menu of hot food to look forward to, where you can throw in additional orders of craft beers to your meal at just $10 per pop.

Minimum order None
Delivery fee From $7
Order here WhatsApp 8749 2755

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Hopstation
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Hopstation

Bars and pubs Beer hall Raffles Place

(Open for dine-in)

Pop by this relatively new craft beer bar for some end-of-day refreshment, or get it delivered straight to you instead. Plus you get the added bonus of free wings or calamari cakes if you hit its delivery requirement. A six-pack bundle is priced from $36 but you can also opt for 2.5 litres of fresh draught beer in an air-sealed carrier ($28).

Minimum order $20
Delivery fee Islandwide delivery $6
Order here hopstation.oddle.me

Almost Famous
Photograph: Almost Famous/ Facebook

Almost Famous

Bars and pubs Craft beer pubs City Hall

(Open for dine-in)

You’ll find up-and-coming beer brands on Almost Famous’ extensive selection. Draft beers range from Young Master’s classic pale ale ($11) to seasonal selections of Turbo Fuzz ($16) from Garage Project and the double IPA ($15) from Off Day Beer Company. Cans and bottles are also available, along with a special section with “very limited stock” where you will find brews from Danish microbrewery To Øl and the exclusive The Woodlands Circle ($55). 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $10
Order here WhatsApp 9772 1787, or browse the full beer list on its website

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The 1925 Brewing Co
Photograph: The 1925 Brewing Co/Facebook

The 1925 Brewing Co.

Restaurants Global Geylang

(Open for dine-in)

Familiar local flavours inspire this local brewery’s creations. On its menu you’ll find the Liang Teh Lager (from $6.50) with notes of white chrysanthemum and the Kaya Toast Stout (from $7) brewed using excess bread from RedMart. For more classic offerings, The 1925 Brewing Co also stocks the Yellow Van Pale Ale ($6.50), the Small Monster Session IPA ($7), a dark chocolate stout ($9), and more. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $8-$15, free for orders above $150
Order here the1925store.com/collections/all-beers

Sixteen Ounces
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Sixteen Ounces

Bars and pubs Breweries Bukit Panjang

(Open for dine-in)

If you’re looking for a hearty meal to kickstart beer night, Sixteen Ounces has you covered. On its impressive menu are rice bowls topped with truffle beef ($15) and otah layered with mentaiko ($15), along with burgers, grilled meats, and finger food of chicken satay ($10.90) and buffalo hot wings ($12.90). With your tummy lined, quaff down cans (from $12) from BrewDog, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co, Lion City Meadery, and more. If you like surprises, leave it to the people at Sixteen Ounces to put together a Mystery 6 Pack ($75) for you instead. 

Minimum order $15
Delivery fee $6, free for orders above $100
Order here sixteenouncesbistro.com

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Freehouse
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Freehouse

Bars and pubs Tanjong Pagar

(Open for dine-in)

Here’s a tip: place your beer orders on Monday at Freehouse to enjoy its 3-for-2 draft beer promotion. Fill your bomber bottles ($25 for 640ml) with brews from Little Creatures, Off Day Beer Company, Parrotdog, Stone and Wood Brewing Co, and more – and enjoy a free bomber of either BrewDog’s Clockwork Tangerine Session IPA or Redpoint Brewing Company’s Golden Valley Orange Wit. To pair with all that extra beer, throw in orders of burgers, tacos, and some pachos where poppadoms are used as base instead. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $10, free for orders above $99
Order here freehousefam.com/collections/menu

Level33
Photograph: Level33

Level33

Bars and pubs Marina Bay

(Open for dine-in)

Brews from the highest microbrewery can now be savoured from the comforts of your couch. Its popular blond lager and Indian pale ale are available in cans of 330ml ($6.90) while the special Brut Beer, made with the same yeast that’s used in Barons de Rothschild champagne, is available in 750ml ($48) and 1.5L ($96). The beers are best paired with Level33’s burgers – each made with a special brioche bun that comes topped with crispy beer malt.

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $15, free for orders above $80 and those who live within a 500m radius
Order here level33.com.sg/takeaway-delivery

Breweries

Sunbird Brewing Company
Photograph: Ng Yi Yang/ Sunbird Brewing Company

Sunbird Brewing Company

When this new local brewery first launched in May 2020, it was during the ‘circuit breaker’ period. Various F&B partners cancelled their orders, so the newcomer had to quickly pivot to launch its direct-from-brewery delivery service. Now, you get to sample the debut brews from this up-and-coming company without having to even leave your house. Highlights include the Bird Of Paradise, a citrusy white IPA; Eclipse Of The Sun, a Scottish ale with deep, roasted flavours of malt and caramel; and the Flu In Light pale ale that comes with tropical notes of passionfruit and citrus. Each bottle goes for $7, while a sampler of its brews is available in a six-pack ($38). 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $15
Order here sunbirdbrewingco.com

Trouble Brewing
Photograph: Trouble Brewing

Trouble Brewing

If you need a primer on the local craft beer scene and the varying styles out there, check out our Instagram Live session where we chat with Trouble Brewing’s brewmaster Gregg Spiers. The local brewery is also has a range of special brews for sale, including the easy-to-drink Singapore Lager ($30 for a six-pack) that pairs nicely with your favourite hawker food, or the Brick Head Pilsner ($30 for a six-pack) with herbaceous, floral notes. The brewery will also donate 10 percent of sales to local F&B businesses – and all you have to do is to input the respective outlet’s code when checking out your order.

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $10
Order here troublebrewing.com

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Wild Brew Creature of Habit
Photograph: Wild Brew

Wild Brew

Local beer start-up, Wild Brew, hopes to spread the message of conservation through its brews. This unorthodox idea is the brainchild of Charles Bennett and Christopher Toh, childhood friends who happen to share a passion for the environment – and beer. Its debut Creature of Habit goes for $39 for six cans and $42 for six bottles. Before checking out your order, be sure to explore the website to learn more about our ecosystem and the part you can play. 

Minimum order None

Delivery fee $10 for standard delivery, $15 for express delivery, and free for orders above $50
Order here wildbrew.beer

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