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Locally brewed craft beers take centerstage at the upcoming Beerlicious festival

$15 will get you entry and a free beer

By Amanda Chai | Aug 02, 2017

  • Locally brewed craft beers take centerstage at the upcoming Beerlicious festival
    Something's brewing at kult kafe. Photo credit: Seabrew Ventures

Ready your bellies, because another beer fiesta is here. Beerlicious is an outdoor craft beer and food fiesta happening Sep 16-17, timed perfectly to take place over the Singapore Night Race weekend.

If you aren’t keen on spending your weekend at the F1 race, head over to Kult Kafe atop Emily Hill for a more curated drinking experience. Organized by Seabrew Ventures, the same people who brought us Singapore Craft Beer Week, Beerlicious will spotlight local brewers and beers, alongside some of the finest international craft beers and ciders. The showcase of locally brewed craft beers will feature the freshest local brews from familiar brands like Archipelago, Brewerkz, Crossroads, and Rye & Pint. If you’d like to treat your tastebuds to something a little more exotic, specialty brews from Japan, the UK, Poland and South Africa will also be available.

The fiesta has set its admission price at an affordable $15 per head, with a complimentary beer included in the ticket. Once inside, all craft beers are priced at $12 for a glass or $50 for a selection of five. As for food, choose from an array of specialty food vendors, which include vegan-friendly Banyan Tamarind Foods, and BBQ restaurant Sidecar Sausage—two very different options, yes. Naturally, there will be live music and local DJs for your weekend entertainment, who may or may not be worthwhile substitutes for missing The Chainsmokers.


Beerlicious is happening Sep 16-17 from 12p-10pm at Kult Kafe, 11 Upper Wilkie Road. Tickets are available at the door or here

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