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The Cider Pit

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Offering draught ciders and artisanal beers, The Cider Pit is located along Joo Chiat Road.

Mon - Fri: 17:00 - 01:00

Sat - Sun: 14:00 - 01:00

+65 64400504
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The Cider Pit might be in its third incarnation along Joo Chiat Road, but its focus hasn't changed: a selection of around 50 beers from the simple to the special with a couple of local craft beers thrown in for good measure. Prices start at $5 for half pints ($10 for pints) of beer and cider on tap, a list which currently includes Badger Hopping Hare, Cider Pit Premium Lager (brewed by Brewerkz) and Aspall Draught. For more drinking guides, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/dining-guide/what-to-drink/5-places-with-affordable-craft-beers-*aid-9a2f3101/?oauth_token=d77879cbf1d205269e76f0bd142274f7&oauth_verifier=7badc48d214fc2c66b19f8e786771aea

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• 29 Oct 2013 • 230 reviews • 4 followers

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The Cider Pit might be in its third incarnation along Joo Chiat Road, but its focus hasn't changed: a selection of around 50 beers from the simple to the special with a couple of local craft beers thrown in for good measure. Prices start at $5 for half pints ($10 for pints) of beer and cider on tap, a list which currently includes Badger Hopping Hare, Cider Pit Premium Lager (brewed by Brewerkz) and Aspall Draught. For more drinking guides, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/dining-guide/what-to-drink/5-places-with-affordable-craft-beers-*aid-9a2f3101/?oauth_token=d77879cbf1d205269e76f0bd142274f7&oauth_verifier=7badc48d214fc2c66b19f8e786771aea
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• 12 Mar 2012 • 258 reviews • 12 followers

Expansive range of English ale and cider

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We happened to wonder past and the signboard with a long list of Engish ales made me very curious to find out more. At first I wasn't sure if this was a separate pub, or part of the seafood restaurant, but it seems to be separate. We sat down at the front and the barman seems attentive and promptly comes over with menus and to take our order. It's an impressive list of ale/bitters and I'm tempted by quite a few of them, but ultimately settle on my all-time favourite London Pride, which is difficult to beat for its malty flavour with a hint of sweetness and ease of drinking. This place would be great for UK expats, or those who have lived in the UK and want to reminisce over some familiar beverages! Oh and I enjoyed the music they're playing too it seems to be from my era..... I will be back and also like to try the seafood restaurant next door too.
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