JiBiru Craft Beer Bar in Singapore is located withi 313@Somerset shopping mall, at 313 Orchard Road.
The bar (where the name translates as “local beer” from Japanese) offers a truly unique and authentic modern Japanese drinking experience.
As a beer bar, the place is dedicated to serving Japanese craft brews, including a wide range of artisanal beers and unique & hard to find brands from Japan.
The beers include a wide range of styles, even unique creations that are brewed using ingredients and processes that are traditionally seen in the making of sake or shochu.
You can choose your Japanese beer adventure from beers on tap, on bottle, or on a can.
On tap are at least Hitachino Nest Lager and Sapporo, plus 24 other beers, a selection that changes regularly.
The selection of bottles, on the other hand, covers Hitachino Nest Amber Ale, Hitachino Nest Ancient Nipponia, Hitachino Nest Dai Dai IPA, Hitachino Nest Espresso Stout, Hitachino Nest Japanese Classic Ale, Hitachino Nest Pale Ale, Hitachino Nest Red Rice Ale, Hitachino Nest Sweet Stout, Hitachino Nest Weizen…
Hitachino Nest Chocolate Berry Ale Beer.
…Hitachino Nest White Ale, Hitachino Nest XH, Kinshachi Golden Ale, Kinshachi IPA, Kinshachi Nagoya Red Miso Lager, Kinshachi Platinum Ale, Kiuchi Hitachino Nest Ginger Beer, Minoh Cabernet, Minoh Imperial Stout, Minoh Osaru IPA, Minoh Pale Ale, Minoh Pilsner, Minoh Stout, Minoh Weizen, Minoh W-IPA, Owa Beer, Owa Black, Sankt Gallen Orange Chocolate Stout…
Far Yeast Tokyo White Beer.
…Sankt Gallen Sweet Vanilla Stout, Shiga Kogen Indian Summer Saison, Shiga Kogen Porter, Tamamura Honten Shiga Kogen House IPA, Tamamura Shiga Kogen Africa Pale Ale, and Tamamura Shiga Kogen Pale Ale.
Also, available beer in cans is from brands such as Yoho Aooni IPA, Yoho Tokyo Black Porter, Yoho Wednesday Cat, and Yoho Yona Yona Pale Ale.
To accompany the beers at the bar, you can order food from a yakitori menu, where the meals are made according to recipes from Saitama region (north of Tokyo), where pork (“yakiton“) is used in addition to the more traditional chicken.
Sauces for the yakitori foods are imported directly from the Hibiki yakitori restaurants of Higashi-Matsuyama.
313 Orchard Road, #01-26, 313@Somerset
The bar’s Facebook channel is a great place to find out about their new Japanese beers and upcoming events.