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What is an IPA?

What is an IPA?

| 25 Apr 2022
IPA stands for India Pale Ale. The beer earned its name during the British colonial era. Before chilled storage was invented, it was too hot and humid to brew beer in India, but the British sailors needed a drink. So they created a heavily hopped beer (hops are a preservative) that could survive the months-long journey from Britain to India.
  • These Beer Brewers are Embracing Sustainability

    These Beer Brewers are Embracing Sustainability

    | 20 Apr 2022
    Using bamboo straws and toothbrushes are not the only way you can do your part for the environment. Support breweries that produce beer via sustainable methods, such as some of these!
  • What is Craft Beer?

    What is Craft Beer?

    History | 04 Oct 2021
    Imagine a beer so good, you'd want to savour them...
  • Thirsty Talks: Bryan The Brewer

    Thirsty Talks: Bryan The Brewer

    | 06 Aug 2021
    Lost Boy Brewery, was a name spawned from self-awareness, because Bryan always found himself in peculiar situations. “What is this Chinese boy doing trying to play cricket?!” Imagine being denied a place in your high school cricket team because your coach thought you were lost. This seems to be reverse discrimination at its finest, but you might say it was through these circumstances that moulded him into what Bryan would be. A boy with the constant need to create.
  • How to Make Your Own Beer in Singapore

    How to Make Your Own Beer in Singapore

    | 22 Jul 2021
    Open up Instagram and for every 4 ‘outfit of the day’ posts you scroll past, you’re bound to come across someone baking bread, brewing kombucha, or even beer. In light of the COVID-19 situation, many people have taken it upon themselves to turn their household into a mini test kitchen – experimenting with food in many different ways, such as with specialised tools like a blowtorch, or with techniques like fermentation. The rise in popularity of craft beer, along with the fact that we’re all stuck at home, has ‘brewed’ a new hobby among many Singaporeans – homebrewing.