New wave of craft beer bars add to Singapore's vibrant scene

(Clockwise from top left) Owner of Orh Gao Taproom Samuel Low, owner of Almost Famous Craft Beer Bar Kenny Lee and owner of Bunkerbunker Keola Ho. These new bars are going beyond what their predecessors have done by creating multi-purpose spaces.
(Clockwise from top left) Owner of Orh Gao Taproom Samuel Low, owner of Almost Famous Craft Beer Bar Kenny Lee and owner of Bunkerbunker Keola Ho. These new bars are going beyond what their predecessors have done by creating multi-purpose spaces.ST PHOTOS: JASMINE CHOONG, JEREMY KWAN, DESMOND WEE

SINGAPORE - Singapore is now home to more than 20 craft beer bars, with a new wave of such bars opening in the last few months.

From the friendly, neighbourhood Orh Gao Taproom in Bukit Timah, to the slick, minimalist Almost Famous Craft Beer Bar in City Hall and the laidback Bunkerbunker in the Bugis-Rochor area, this new wave is big on making craft beer accessible to first-time drinkers.

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