Tiger ‘uncages’ its two new-to-market creations – a smooth, cloudy wheat beer and a dark Asian lager
I’ve always had a soft spot for Tiger beer – after all, it is as Singaporean as chicken rice and sticking salted egg in everything. Being somewhat of a national treasure, it’s available in bottles in Singaporean hawkers centres and on tap in some of Singapore’s best bars. But despite the golden lager being like a close friend to many Singaporeans, their latest shandy-styled fruit-juice-infused beers may not appeal to all beer drinkers. However, the 85-year-old Singaporean brewery has recently released two new beers that will pique the curiosity of beer aficionados – Tiger Black and Tiger White.
The first beer, Tiger Black, invites drinkers to “go bold”. The rich black lager is brewed with black rice from Asia, creating a lager that offers depth while remaining accessible in taste.
Tiger White, on the other hand, offers drinkers a smoother experience. Fans of cloudy wheat beers will enjoy this Asian rendition that features distinct coriander, clove, and citrus flavours along with a refreshing finish.
Both beers are now available at all participating bars, restaurants, major supermarkets, and convenience stores.
For more information visit Tiger Beer’s official website.
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