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Singapore’s first craft beer truck pours beers from next week

Singapore’s first craft beer truck is set to begin pouring in the central business district refreshing beer fans for a full three months.

Image c/o Instagram @PinkBlossomsBrewing

From 5 September until 4 December, Pink Blossoms Brewing has revealed it will be bringing its black beer truck with pink neon lights filled with beer to thirsty crowds in the city.

On Mondays and Wednesdays, the truck will reportedly be travelling to Capital Tower and on Tuesdays and Thursdays it will pull up at the Ocean Financial Centre before stopping off on Fridays and throughout the weekend at The Promontory at Marina Bay. 

Craft beer fans can grab a drink from 4pm to 9.30pm on the weekdays and as early as 12pm at The Promontory at Marina Bay during the weekends. 

Pink Blossoms founder and brewer Teo Hong Han said that the move is part of Pink Blossoms’ fourth anniversary celebrations and the brewery will be pouring a selection of flagship beers including the pale ale ‘Lean on Me’, IPA ‘Don’t Stop Believing’ and milk stout ‘Hundred Years’. 

Additionally, the brewer has revealed that there will also be seasonal beers on rotation to add some variety to the offer, but people will need to stop by to assess what will be available, encouraging beer fans as well as workers in the central business district to look out for the truck when in need of refreshment.

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