That was featured over over London sometime back. I didn't realise that Tiger was brewed in Singapore... was it?
Tiger Beer advert in London
|Subscribe via email|
|Subscribe via RSS|
Yes it is... as Asia Pacific Breweries dear.. I think Kallang?
I'm not sure where Tiger beer is brewed .. must look it up ;-oThere was a brewery behind Thye Hong Biscuit factory. The steam that arises out of the drain-pipes were sooo intoxicating. We used to play there as kids !Further down Alexander Rd was also a brewery - for Guinness Stout ?U sure bring back memories of my once-so-peaceful neighbourhood :-)
@sher,APB! Yes, I think that's the one. But I thought it's near Alexandra, no? I remembered seeing a sign near where I lived (in Queensway) as a kid. Anyway, it seems that Tiger has become known as the Singaporean beer... will be writing about that again. @xiaocangshu,lol... great one that. Do you know that Tiger is sold at $1 per can in army barracks? But I heard that those sold in the barracks are of inferior quality. @dutchie,Oh, I thought there is a brewery at Alexandra too. Not sure about the brand of beer produced though. You grew up in Alexandra too? We're practically neighbours then. I spent the better part of my childhood in Queenstown... and Queenstown shopping centre was my haunt. lol
Tiger was definitely the local beer when I was in Singapore in the early 1960s.
High 5 ck! I have no idea Tiger is the Singapore Beer till my ang moh friends told me... :(
As a teenager I used to save up my pocket money so that I could buy an arm-load of pirated elpees. Yes, Queenstown Shopping centre was my haunt then. Wonder what's become of it these days ?
@jakill,Sorry, wasn't borned then. :PBut I do remember the popular beer in coffeeshops when I was a kid was actaully Guinness Stout.@joeru,Shows how much we know about our own country... they should give out Tiger beer in those National Day packs distributed during parades. It'll make the parades more 'happening' anyway.@dutchie,elpees? What's that? I spent mine buying smurf stickers. lolThe last time I heard, Queenstown Shopping Centre was doing a thriving business selling sports shoes...
Post a Comment