Tiger Beer Celebrates Its Local Singaporean Roots With 20 Limited-Edition District Bottles

When you’re born and raised in a cultural melting pot like Singapore, you can’t not feel like you’ve been raised by more than one culture. Such is the case with Singapore-born beer brand Tiger Beer, who has released a limited-edition selection of bottles celebrating twenty districts in the Little Red Dot.

While the beer is just your regular Tiger Beer, what makes these bottles special is that they come with designs that best depict a particular district in Singapore, and the landmark that best represents that district.

For that reason alone, they are worthwhile collectors’ items, while still being a refreshing beverage for your next party or gathering.

While the collection we received wasn’t the full suite, here’s a list of the 20 districts in Singapore that were depicted:

  1. Ang Mo Kio
  2. Balestier
  3. Bedok
  4. Bishan
  5. Bugis
  6. Bukit Batok
  7. Chinatown
  8. Holland Village
  9. Jurong
  10. Kallang
  11. Katong
  12. Punggol
  13. Queenstown
  14. Sembawang
  15. Serangoon
  16. Tampines
  17. Tanjong Pagar
  18. Tiong Bahru
  19. Toa Payoh
  20. Yishun

The limited-edition Tiger Beer district bottles are available now across all major supermarkets, bars, pubs, hawker centres, and online stores such as Lazada, while stocks last. They will typically be sold in 6-packs at S$19 each, or in four 6-packs at S$79 each.

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