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Brewerkz (Riverside Point)

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Singapore's first microbrewery restaurant delivers what the beer-lovers want: handcrafted premium beers to suit every palate, from staples like Indian pale ale to festive favourites like the Oktoberfest brew. There's also generous portions of American classics like burgers and steaks to go with your beer.

Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 00:00

Fri - Sat: 12:00 - 01:00

Sun: 12:00 - 00:00

+65 64387438
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Great restaurant for in-store brewed beer and food

It has been a while since I last cam here and for a friend's birthday recently, I suggested coming to this restaurant as I was thinking of their signature grilled nachos. 

Brewerkz has indoor airconditioned and outdoor alfresco seating areas where you can enjoy the breeze along the Singapore River. 

They brew their own beer on-premise and sometimes have unique beers on tap. 

For food, we ordered:
- Spicy buffalo wings: This can be done to your prefered level of spiciness. You can choose from non-spicy to very spicy. We took the mid spiciness and it was spicy enough to make you drink more beer to 'cool down'.
- Grilled Nachos: Nachos are stacked onto a plate, laden with cheese and grilled. Just before serving to you, theu laden cut chillis, tomato salsa, guacamole and sour cream. Very good and I highly recommend it. 

They do screen sports on the various TV screend around the restuarant and its a great place for trying 'in-store' brewed beers on tap. 

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  • buffalo wings8 votes
  • Beer Chili Fries4 votes
  • Cowboy Burger2 votes
  • Seafood Spaghetti2 votes
  • cheese sticks2 votes
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• 31 Oct 2014 • 404 reviews • 3 followers

Great restaurant for in-store brewed beer and food

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It has been a while since I last cam here and for a friend's birthday recently, I suggested coming to this restaurant as I was thinking of their signature grilled nachos. 

Brewerkz has indoor airconditioned and outdoor alfresco seating areas where you can enjoy the breeze along the Singapore River. 

They brew their own beer on-premise and sometimes have unique beers on tap. 

For food, we ordered:
- Spicy buffalo wings: This can be done to your prefered level of spiciness. You can choose from non-spicy to very spicy. We took the mid spiciness and it was spicy enough to make you drink more beer to 'cool down'.
- Grilled Nachos: Nachos are stacked onto a plate, laden with cheese and grilled. Just before serving to you, theu laden cut chillis, tomato salsa, guacamole and sour cream. Very good and I highly recommend it. 

They do screen sports on the various TV screend around the restuarant and its a great place for trying 'in-store' brewed beers on tap. 
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• 06 Oct 2014 • 448 reviews • 7 followers

Hearty American meals with good beer

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Brewerkz is known for handcrafted beers from its very own microbrewery, and has been around for a long time. I have certainly been here several times in the past.  Today is special because I am coming here in the daytime - now that's a first! They have removed their brunch menus, so *Gareth, wife and kid, *Celine and I met for lunch.

The dim setting with booths was comfortable, casual, relaxing and beckoning - all the warmth of a good old American style restaurant. Service was rather fast and efficient, so we were able to place our orders shortly after being seated. The place was packed with happy diners on this public holiday afternoon.

We began with a round of beers, of course - Golden Ale, Bright Ale and Wheat Beer were all in order. I love their smooth, light beers that went smoothly down the throat and are refreshing on hot days / nights.

For one of the starters, we had the Salt & Pepper Calamari Rings (SGD$17.00 for large) - crispy and tasty deep fried squid rings. I love calamari for crispy exterior encapsulating chewy flesh within, and this met my expectations in texture. Flavor was good too, the hints of pepper and salt were evident but not overpowering.

*Celine decided to go for The Artisan Pizza (SGD$23.00), a crispy pizza with thick crust. The pizza consisted of duck confit, roasted tomatoes and caramelized onions - and it was a wonder of flavors exploding in one's mouth. Imagine having duck confit on a pizza... no wonder she strived to finish the pizza despite the large portion.

I selected the Seafood Spaghetti (SGD$27.00) after much deliberation. The portion was huge and the pasta was not springy. The tomato sauce was strong - sweet, sour and rich. The seafood portion was rather generous as well, lots of clams, prawns and squids (too bad no mussels for the day), adding to the palate a combination of the seaworthy sweetness of these delicacies. It fared rather all right for a marinara spaghetti and I have no complaints at its wholesome simplicity.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
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• 27 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great first pub experience.

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Visited a few days ago as I just turned 18 recently so this was one of the first legit bars I've been to. The super spicy buffalo wings I ordered were not that spicy but were just at the right level of pain. The merlion pizza tasted 'uniquely Singapore' since the sauce reminded me somewhat of local food and combined with the 'oceany' taste of the mussels, the pizza tells a tale of Singapore all on its own!

Now on to the beer. My favourite beer from the 5 that I sampled was the XIPA because it has such a complex flavour and tasted really bold. Apart from that, the Golden Ale, Oktoberfest, Black Raspberry, Hoppy Monk (in descending order from most liked to least liked) were very nice brews that I enjoyed.

Customer service was great. I expected the waiter to forget my order but he didn't so thats that. It wasn't stellar but sufficient and gets the job done so no complaints! Like the others said, this place is really child-friendly so no worries bringing your kids here!

In all, Brewerkz made my first pub visit a pleasant one and I would 10/10 go back again to try some other brews and taste more food!
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