The semiconductor industry routinely trails around the same far-flung places in the world, and then in the evening a tricky question sometimes surfaces: Where can I get a decent pint? This guide might help you find one, and gives you the chance to help others find one, too.
The Pump Room, Singapore
The Pump Room
The Foundry, Clarke Quay, #01-09/10, Singapore 179021
Tel (65) 6334 2628
Fax (65) 6338 9145 firstname.lastname@example.org
Beer is brewed on-site. It is unpasteurised, unfiltered, with no added chemicals or preservatives. In addition to its own brews, it has a selection of bottled beers.
The Pump Room Lager – Golden, crisp, clean and easy drinking
Bohemian Lager – Darker with more hops flavour than most Pilsners
Scottish Ale – Hardy, roasted malt characters with a slightly sweet finish
India Pale Ale – Copper coloured, strong hops aroma, malty flavour
Wheat Ale – Pure white head, cloudy body and full of character
12 Noon to 3am – Monday to Saturday
10.30am to 3am – Sunday and Public Holidays
12 Noon to 10pm;
Brunch – 10.30am to 3pm (Sunday and Public Holidays).
Light Bites 12 Noon – 6pm and 10pm until 2am
Alan Hutton, who visited in 2011, writes:
The Pump Room in Singapore can be found in the recently renovated area of Clarke Quay right on the riverside and very close to the city centre and marina. This old colonial building has been fully refurbished to provide not a just a microbrewery but also a rather sophisticated bistro featuring a wide range of Australian inspired dishes. The brewery itself supports one 1,400 litre kettle, three 3,000 litre fermenters and eight 3,000 litre maturing tanks all producing around 20,000 litres of beer/month. To put that into perspective, during the Munich beer festival there is on average 450,000 litres of beer consumed every day during the 16 day event.