Smooth and bold around the world

With pre­mium beers mak­ing its case, Tiger Beer is uncaging two new spe­cialty brews.

Esquire (Singapore) - - Portfolio -

Tiger Beer, the nation’s brew, is all grown up now. If its cur­rent char­ac­ter is any­thing to go by, one can only ex­pect an em­bod­i­ment of sur­prises. Par­lay­ing with its own panache, the iconic brew un­leashed two new of­fer­ings: the Tiger Black and the Tiger White.

What could be con­sid­ered as one of the nation’s most recog­nised and en­dur­ing la­bels, Tiger Beer is putting its global ex­pe­ri­ence on the ta­ble, coast­ers and all, with a bold lager and a smooth wheat beer.

We want us a cou­ple of pints of th­ese spe­cialty brews be­cause noth­ing says #uncageth­e­un­ex­pected than with the Tiger Black and Tiger White.

The Tiger Black and the Tiger White are avail­able at se­lected bars and all ma­jor su­per­mar­kets and con­ve­nience stores. For more in­for­ma­tion, go to tiger­beer.com.sg. With the Tiger White, here’s a spe­cial some­thing be­fit­ting an early com­mu­nal ex­cur­sion. The wheat beer is brewed to its nat­u­ral cloudi­ness and goes down as smooth as silk. A nod to the ar­ti­sans of yore, this con­tem­po­rary of­fer­ing jives with the de­mands of to­day’s par­tic­u­lar beer aficionados. It strikes a sweet and re­fresh­ing chord whether you’re on the float at a beach bar or ser­e­nad­ing as a host at an in­ti­mate house din­ner.

Made in Sin­ga­pore, the Tiger Black is a rich and full strength lager brewed with raw black rice found from the fields around the re­gion. At 5.5 per­cent ABV, the lager hits all the right spots, whether you’re toast­ing with your pals at a so­phis­ti­cated rooftop bar or the base­ment of a nu-jazz club. It ex­udes the con­tem­po­rary so­phis­ti­ca­tion of the Rat Pack if they were ever knock­ing back a cou­ple of pints down the lo­cal strip.

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