Is it legal to brew your own beer in Singapore?

Is it legal to brew your own beer in Singapore?

Is it even legal to brew beer in Singapore? Yes it is! You don’t need to get a license to brew beer in Singapore, and each household is entitled to brew up to 30 litres of beer a month. The Singapore Customs page here outlines the conditions for brewing beer in your HDB flat or fancy house.

What kit do I need to brew beer?

For this first brew you’ll need:

  • A beer kit.
  • A fermenting bucket.
  • An airlock.
  • A tap or siphon.
  • A bottle stick.
  • A long stirrer.
  • Caps and a capper and some means to clean and sanitise your equipment.

Is it illegal to brew beer at home?

Making alcoholic spirits at home is illegal without a licence and can even be deadly. Buying equipment to make your own beer at home can be as easy as going to the supermarket. The spirit is made by distilling grape by-products left over from making wine and can contain up to 60 per cent alcohol.

How long does it take to brew beer?

From Brewing to Drinking The time it takes for your beer to go from raw materials to finished, ready to drink beer depends on a number of different factors. Generally, the process takes between four and eight weeks (one to two months). Four weeks is pretty much the least amount of time you’ll have to wait.

What do you need for a home brewing kit?

Our Home Beer Brewing Kits include a gallon jug, thermometer, funnel, airlock PLUS ingredients and more tools to get you started.

Who is the first beer judge in Singapore?

In 2011, Neo is the first and only Singaporean beer judge accredited under the Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP). His dedication and enthusiasm for beer kept him always on the look out for fellow enthusiasts to share brewing experiences with and to cultivate a homebrew community in Singapore.

What do you need to do a homebrew workshop?

Homebrewing is made easy and accessible with the Complete Beer Brewing Kit. You will be guided through all the steps to get started on your own brew by our resident Brewmaster, Neo.

Where can I learn to make beer at home?

If you are ever confused by the varieties of beer styles in the market today or just want to try some great tasting craft beers, join us at HomeBrew Co-Ops’s Beer Appreciation Workshop. Who says making beer at home is messy and tedious?