Try your hand at floral jamming and grab tze char bites from food trucks too

This Nov 21-24, spend your entire weekend at Brass Lion Distillery celebrating their anniversary, as their awesome first year bash will have you blending gin, crafting cocktails, floral jamming, and even learning to appreciate coffee and honey.

Still the first and only local microdistillery to offer tours, tipples and gin-making workshops, Brass Lion Distillery has even begun aging Singapore’s very first whisky, which is pretty worthy of several celebrations alone if you ask us.

So take to their quaint space at Alexandra Terrace, for what will be an entertaining affair thanks to the wide array of cool activities lined-up. There’ll be a floral arrangement class conducted by 5AM Flowers that utilises upcycled Brass Lion gin bottles, a coffee appreciation and cocktail making workshop, edible flowers and cocktails workshop, and even a honey appreciation and cocktail making class.


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Plus, their usual distillery tours will be conducted on both Nov 23 and 24, at a special one-for-one price, while an exclusive Gin School class will take place on the final day of the four-day party. Slots have all been booked up for Gin School, but you can still try your hand at gin blending, which comes at an introductory price, only at their anniversary party as well.

As for nosh, grab meals from some of the best food trucks and vendors we’ve seen thus far; Taiwanese zi char restaurant The Salted Plum, our favourite neighbourhood restaurant New Ubin Seafood and even Funan’s Peranakan cafe Godmama will be dishing out delectable bites on the various days that they’re parked within the premises. Drinks will come at special prices, and live music will be provided by talented, local performers like Daniel Sid and Alemay Fernandez.

See you there people, a whole debauchery is about to go down.


Brass Lion Distillery’s first anniversary party is held from Nov 21-24 at 40 Alexandra Terrace. More information here. Book workshops and classes here.