Singapore’s premiere annual homebrew competition iBrew Challenge is back for its 13th edition and will take place on Saturday 19 October 2019 from 2pm to 7pm at the open field outside its store.
This October, Singapore’s best homebrewers will be showcasing their beers at the 13th annual iBrew Challenge. Event goers to this annual homebrew festival will get to sample beers across a diverse range of beer styles even as they discuss the beers’ merits with brewers.
For over a decade, iBrew Challenge has been Singapore’s largest homebrew competition. It has become a platform for new and veteran brewers to showcase their craft. iBrew Challenge 2019 will see more than 40 homebrews across a diverse range of beer styles made by some of the community’s most experienced homebrewers.
If you think that it all sounds too amateurish, remember that some of these award-winning homebrewers have turned professional – Singapore gypsy brewer John Wei of Brewlander first showcased his home brewing experiments at this event many years back. Little Island Brewing Co’s assistant head brewer Andrew Tierney won a number of awards at iBrew Challenge before joining the Singapore microbrewery, while Daryl Yeap of Daryl’s Urban Ales was also a keen competitor over the past few years.
Last year, the competition saw record breaking entries of 43 kegs and 117 bottled beer submissions. This year’s numbers are likely to exceed even those from 2018. There will also be food vendors presenting different gastrobar favourites to go along with your 5-hour free flow of homebrewed beer, making this event the perfect Saturday out.
Early bird tickets are out now at Eventbrite at S$60 and can be purchased here. Tickets are S$70 at the door.
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