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Brewerkz is Singapore's longest-running craft brewery experience. It all began in 1997, where the company started as a brewpub. After years of expansion and growing the brand, Brewerkz now operates restaurants, a brewery, brew our own craft beer and cater at large-scale outdoor events. continue reading
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12:00 - 00:00
Mon - Thu
12:00 - 00:00
Fri - Sat
12:00 - 01:00
12:00 - 00:00
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12:00 - 01:00
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Signature Dishes
Fish & Chips King Brew Ribeye
Review (28)
Full Brewerkz review: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/07/brewerkz-tasting-session.htmlEstablished in 1997 by Americans Devin Otto Kimble and Daniel Flores, Brewerkz is Singapore's oldest surviving microbrewery. Known for their award-winning craft beers, hearty American food, and friendly service, Brewerkz has consistently been pulling in the crowds, and doesn't look like they'll be letting up anytime soon!Ambience at Brewerkz has a modern industrial feel. You can actually see their beer brewing machinery, under the industrial looking water tower! Colours of blue, grey, and silver, along with wooden furniture, corrugated zinc decked bar tops, and warm, low ambient mood lighting creates a relaxed, casual, intimate atmosphere. The private booths are perfect for small groups, while the outdoor al-fresco seating along the Singapore River is picturesque at night. Overall, very good ambience!Service at Brewerkz is friendly and efficient. Although it's sometimes hard to catch their attention, as staff are almost always rushing around, they do attend to requests very quickly. Staff also offer greetings / goodbyes to diners. Waiting time for orders is decent, expect to be served within 15 minutes or so, even during peak periods. The menu has helpful descriptions of each dish, but staff may not always be able to answer questions on the food. Decent service overall.Food at Brewerkz is all about classic American dishes, served in large, hearty portions. Recently though, Brewerkz has also started to hand make more items on premises, such as desserts. Expect heavy Southen influence in dishes, particularly from the state of Texas in the United States Of America. Food is generally full of flavour, accompanied by tasty sauces, generously portioned, and reasonably priced. Budget about SGD $37 per person for a meal with drinks here.The 3 Big Pigs Platter (SGD $90) is served with a chunky, slightly creamy White Cheddar Mashed Potato, and features the 3 signature meat items here. The Baby Back Ribs is done East Texas style, with fork tender pork meat that tears off the bone easily, and a sweet, tangy, sticky barbecue sauce glaze that coats the entire rib, making it very succulent and tasty! The Kielbasa Sausages are hearty, meaty, large pork sausages that are grilled perfectly, with a juicy interior and a snappy casing exterior. The Pork Knuckle is oven baked till the skin crisps, and is served over tangy sauerkraut, akin to traditional German styles. However, this was my least favourite of the 3 items, because the Pork Knuckle meat was somewhat dry. Overall, a very good dish worth ordering to share!The Satay Seafood Angel Hair Pasta (SGD $25) was created to celebrate Singapore's Golden Jubilee year / SG50. The reimagined Satay Bee Hoon features tender red snapper fish, and chewy soda cuttlefish, doused in a savoury, sweet, crunchy homemade cashew nut gravy. Complimented by the bouncy al-dente angel hair pasta, this dish hits all the right notes of flavour and texture. Well thought out, well executed, completely delicious. Easily our favourite dish of the evening, highly recommended! continue reading
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For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/07/media-invite-dinner-at-brewerkz.htmlAlways happy to be back at Brewerkz, serving good-portioned American-styled food and making high quality craft beer. They have incorporated some Asian dishes into the menu, especially for the upcoming Jubilee SG50.Anyway, since we could not decide on which beer to have, we decided to go for the Beer Sampler set (SGD$13.00 for 4 glasses x 90ml). Amongst them, there were Golden Ale, Hopback Ale, Wheat Beer, Jubilee Lager, Pilsner, Lemondrop Pale Ale, Steam Beer, Irish Red Ale, Black Raspberry Ale, Brown Ale, India Pale Ale, Oatmeal Stout, XIPA and Black Pig. I know, what interesting names, right?We started with Soba Noodle Salad (SGD$23.00) which consisted of lots of greens, cherry tomatoes, teriyaki chicken, wanton skin and Asian Vinaigrette dressing, all tossed in a large glass bowl. The vinaigrette was great - all the right notes of sour and sweet flavours perking the crisp greens up; the teriyaki chicken strips were tender, and I absolutely dug the wanton skin topping the salad.Next, we were treated to the Chipotle Pork Belly Satay (SGD$ ), holding a class of its own, with succulent meat balanced by its wobbly faty parts, giving the satay a chewy-ness that was both tantalising and pleasing to the palate. Dipped into the traditional satay sauce, this made for a very tasty "atas-version" of good Chinese roast-pork (燒肉) on a skewer.Moving on, the Tasmanian Mussels (SGD$25.00), served in cream sauce and served with warm, crispy Focaccia Bread. Fresh, springy mussels extracted from their shells, soaked nicely with the scrumptious cream sauce that made it nearly juicy; swishy upon contact with the teeth.For mains, we dug heartily into the 3 Big Pigs (SGD$90.00), the ideal platter for pork lovers, to go along with Beers with. This serves up to 4 pax, consisting of Kielbasa sausage, baby back ribs and crispy pork knuckle, with mashed potato by the side. Whether you are looking for some crunch, a touch of tenderness or crackling delight, this platter has it all.Now, onto my favoritest of the evening - Satay Seafood Angel Hair Pasta, a limited time only item, comprising of red snapper and soda cuttlefish in rich homemade satay gravy. You know, the tangy and thick peanut gravy used in satay beehoon or for dipping satay? This was marvellously spicy, flavour infusing deeply into the seafood items as well; tossing the springy strands of pasta in, made this an incredibly delicious dish, fulfilling all criteria of textures and taste.The first dessert was Warm Brownie (SGD$14.00) - a large square of rich, indulgent and sweet brownie topped with vanilla ice-cream and honeycomb, slushed with hot stout-fudge sauce. The texture reminded me of mud totally - every bit as sticky and firm, only smoother, and a thousandfold more palatable. The use of honeycomb added a refreshing touch, though I am unsure if the brownie needs anymore sweetness to it.Next up, Oreo Ice-Cream Cake (SGD$14.00), hard on the fork but melty on the tongue. Fans of cookies-and-cream flavour will find this completely delightful. Not only did I enjoy every morsel of this darling, I thought it was very gratifying to find the layers of chocolate coating on top, and beneath the ice-cream cake too, holding it intact and adding to the taste. continue reading
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Level1 2014-03-20
The mussels were surprisingly fresh and the garlic herbs sauce was very fragnant and the texture of the sauce is just right - not too thick neither too diluted.The fries strips were generously seasoned with truffle oil. The after-taste of the smoky was very strong, execellent for truffle-lover like myself. continue reading
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Microbrewery Restaurant to be, patrons and supporters were coming here for DRUNK. All beers, breads, soups and desserts were handcrafted at Brewerkz, remarkable indeed. Fine beers to complete a comfort, I was quite fond of their seasonal beer. Menu was fuss-free American Bistro standard, easy to understand and order. I like its location, great place for scenery and relaxed.Among the choices available, I opted for Herd-garlic fries. Specialty gravy made my beef extremely rich and even tangier than having it plain. Everything was finely smooth, I enjoyed my dinner moment here. Such splendid restaurant in both ambience and service, it was impossible to avoid a crowd at night. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-08
for photos and more reviews, visit http://thelittlemomentsofmylife.blogspot.com (:The nachos ($20) came piled high, topped with oozy cheese, salsa, avocado dip, sour cream and jalepenos. the nachos were crunchy and lightly salted, tasty on their own! it served as a great neutralizer to the overwhelming flavours of the other dishes towards the end of the meal when i was full to bursting.the must-try fried cheese sticks ($19) which my sister recommended lived up to our expectations wonderfully. an oozy mix of mozzarella, swiss and cheddar cheese encased in crunchy breadcrumbs. absolutely sinful, but lip-smackingly delicious. eat it while its hot and oozy! (:the two appetizers were enough to fill us up substantially. when the full rack of pork ribs ($54) was served, i nearly baulked at the size. it was a generous serving! (: the ribs were tender and the meat fell off the bone easily. mmm (: and there was extra bbq sauce provided which was great!the grilled 1/2 chicken ($26) was yummy as well! drenched with the same sauce as the bbq pork ribs, this was another delightful main dish. continue reading
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