Little Island Brewing Co. Has A Beer ATM At Changi Village With Pours From Just $1.90

Little Island Brewing Co. Beer ATM

A little tipple never hurts, especially when your drinks are especially friendly on the wallet, and this brewery in Changi Village agrees. If affordable booze and good food is what you seek, swing by Little Island Brewing Co.’s beer ATM. They’ve brought back this crowd favourite that’s bound to satisfy even the biggest of beer bellies; here’s what you can expect.

Top-up your “ATM card” and pay as you drink

If you find the brewery’s name to be a tad familiar, that’s because Little Island Brewing Co. has outlets over at South Beach and Gillman Barracks too. But, it’s their outlet in the east that you’d wanna visit soon. That’s because they’re dishing out affordable pints for all, via their beer ATM which is only available at their Changi Village branch.

Do note you’ll have to top-up an initial $10 into your cards, before being allowed to do so in increments of $5.
Image credit: Victor Lim via Google Maps

In case it’s name didn’t clue you in, you’ll be able to purchase an “ATM card” for $2 and pump it with credits in increments of $5. Pick up a chilled glass, and using the credits stored in your card, you can then head over to their many beer taps to dispense your preferred bevvy.

Image credit: Vijay Krishnamani via Google Maps

You can dispense as little or as much of their liquid courage as you’d like, and this is perfect for those looking to have a swig of all of their many house brews before committing to a full pint. Have a gander at all the craft beer available on the Little Island Brewing Co.’s website.

Fan favourites here include their Dead Star which is accented with tropical passionfruit notes, while the White Light is a cloudy wheat beer infused with banana and cloves. They’re all priced differently, so keep an eye out for their cost per 100ml. For instance, their Penny Lane English Pale Ale is $2.70/100ml.

Image credit: @choonkok via Instagram

If you’re looking for the most affordable option to get buzzed, opt for their Sister Golden Ale. It’s going for a mere $1.90/250ml, but it’s only available for the month of June, on Tuesdays to Thursdays, from 3pm till closing. Besides beer, you can also choose to dispense cocktails, and even non-alcoholic mocktails and kombucha.

Enjoy your drinks with good food and live performances

Image credit: @december.hamster via Instagram

Of course, you’ve got to pair your drinks with hearty mains, and the brewery’s menu is chock full of just that. Their 15-hours smoked Wagyu Beef Brisket ($28) is to die for, plus they’ve got wood-fired sourdough pizza available too from $18.

Image credit: @53aband via Instagram

Food aside, there’ll be occasional live music performances happening around 7pm; check out Little Island Brewing Co.’s Instagram and Facebook page for the latest line-ups. Watch on as local bands and DJs take centre stage to belt out hit after hit while you munch on dinner.

Image adapted from: @littleislandbrew & @rex_the_shetland_sheepdog

The brewery is also pet-friendly, so feel free to bring your furkids along on your visit. And since the kids will have to give the alcoholic beverages a miss, they can instead have their fun at the bouncy castle on-site. There are even little vespas they can ride around on, while the adults down their pints.

Head down to Little Island Brewing Co. for your next drinking sesh

Image credit: @littleislandbrew via Instagram

Nothing quite beats affordable alcohol and good company, so plan a trip to Little Island Brewing Co.’s beer ATM for your next drinking sesh.

Should you be looking for more spots to jio your drinking buddies to, here are some free-flow liquid buffets to bookmark. Foodies can head to these new cafes and restaurants in June, while those with a sweet tooth can visit Janice Wong at the Supertree that’s nestled in GBTB.

Little Island Brewing Co @ Changi Village
Google Reviews
6 Changi Village Rd, #01-01/02, Singapore 509907
Opening Hours:
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Contact Information

Cover image adapted from: Vijay Krishnamani via Google Maps, @choonkok via Instagram


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