Tiger Beer Giving Free Beer for 1 Min at 10:30pm on 29 Mar in Selected Bars

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If you’re old enough, you’ve have heard of the phrase, “It’s Tiger time.”

It seems like it’s time for Tiger to make full use of the phrase, because on 29 March 2022, when alcohol can finally be served after 10:30pm, Singapore’s first locally brewed beer is holding a celebration unlike others before.

They’re giving out free beer during Tiger time.

Literally.

Tiger Beer Giving Free Beer for 1 Min at 10:30pm on 29 Mar in 29 Bars

Tiger, which is one of Singapore’s top 10 most valuable brands according to Brand Finance’s Top 100 Singapore  Brands 2012 report, has been teasing about the promotion since last Friday, a day after PM Lee announced the easing of the restrictions.

In a Facebook post, they said that on “March 29, from 10:30 to 10:31pm, enjoy the first round of Tiger Beer in selected bars around Singapore.”

They then continued the countdown every day.

A day before D-Day, they finally released more details: according to the latest post, “on March 29, from 10:30 to 10:31pm,” we’ll get to “enjoy a very special round of Tiger Beer in selected bars around Singapore.”

Not sure if Tiger knows that tomorrow is a weekday, but who cares.

To redeem, simply show this Facebook post at the bar between 10:30pm to 10:31pm.

And yes, after four days of teasing, they finally released a list of participating bars, which you can access here.

So far, these are the bars:

  • 3 Hotshot Cafe & Bar
  • Alchemy Bistro
  • Ameising Bar & Dining
  • Bar On Chulia
  • Beer Factory
  • [email protected] Plaza
  • Bluemist Restaurant
  • Cable Car 1890’s Saloon
  • Charlie’s Restaurant & Bar (Boat Quay)
  • Cocotto
  • Country Jamboree Pte. Ltd.
  • Cuscaden Bar & Bistro
  • Double Up Café
  • Drunk Skunk
  • Filling Station @ Orchard Towers
  • Harvest Seafood Restaurant
  • Jjan
  • Kanpai 2.0
  • Kanpai 789
  • Kingz Bar.Bistro

It might not be Freedom Day, but 29 March will definitely be a day many would look forward to.

To know more about what other measures are being eased, watch this video to the end:

YouTube video

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