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Freehouse

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~$25/pax
Freehouse was birthed from a thirst that could only be quenched by good beer and cider, if you're like us, you'll understand when we say the thirst is real. At Freehouse, we like our beers and ciders full of flavor, because nothing’s worse than the taste of bad beer.. So it’s only natural that we made it our life mission to bring you nothing but the best beers out there. Get this, we’ve got 16 rotational craft beers and an extensive bottle list that covers a variety of styles and breweries from all over the world, thirsty yet? We thought so. It gets even better, our menu of soulful Asian food (can’t take the Asian out of us) is crafted specifically to complement the beers we offer. If you didn’t catch any of that, just know we have good drinks, food and vibes. You'll find us on the second story of a shophouse in the heart of CBD, so go on, climb those stairs to (beer) heaven, you know you want to. #goodvibesontap

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Freehouse x Taco Mantra did (and are still doing) some delish dogs for the most American day of the year (yep, July 4 if you couldn’t guess). They’ve all got a bomb.com burger that’s gotten the approval of fellow alcoholic and Tastemaker Jason, so it’s definitely worth wrapping your lips around too.

Their Proud Chili dog ($15++) lives up to the menu description, as a big ass chicken frank is quite literally drowned in chili con carne. The only annoyance I had with the hotdog was that the buns weren’t toasted. Seriously, it cant be that hard to toast some buns, can it?

Aside from that, the chili was stellar, being chunky and chock full of mouthwatering minced beef with a nice paprika powered punch. The chicken frank itself was one delicious dog, and the casing had a sensually satisfying snap with each bite that I took as I devoured the dog.

Of course, the Proud Chili wouldn’t have been nearly as outstanding without the breathtaking beers straight outta the Wall, and it all comes together to make a man a happy dog, dawg.

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It might be titled as Bombay Chicken Burger on the menu, but it tastes a lot more like Glutton’s Bay Satay. That’s a compliment, mind you.

The juicy chicken thigh fillet is generously rubbed down with an alluringly aromatic spice mix and is grilled to sublimity. A moreish mango chutney is slathered atop the juicy fillet and is topped off by piccalilli before being smothered between two pillowy, stupendously toasted buns.

The spice mix is really reminiscent of the spice mix old school satay hawkers used to marinate their sumptuous satay in. The chicken thigh fillet is juicy and such a satisfying thing to bite into. The mildly sweet and tangy mango chutney, combined with the sour piccalilli, adds an acidic sharpness to the umami deliciousness of the chicken fillet. The burger is perfectly balanced, as all things should be.

The Bombay Chicken Burger is best washed down with a big, boozy beer straight from one of Freehouse’s taps of joy. And that’s made even better by Freehouse’s very worthwhile $20 Pint & Grub Tuesday’s, where the Bombay Burger and a refreshing pint of beer go hand in hand for just $20.

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I would agree with the description of enjoyment with a background of screaming metal guitars; fits that soundtrack of @freehousesg for sure...taking you on that magic carpet ride brought about by that strong hop forwardness.

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In my case, the taps board at @freehousesg where 16 taps of good craft beer in various styles to satiate you. If you’re lucky, you’ll find that symbiotic craft relationship between you and the bartender; if so, you’ll never have that “which beer” dilemma, you just close your eyes and it will be alright.

Didn’t bring out the @fujifilmsg . Absolutely adore the citrus with the black coffee; it’s something else. 😍 congrats @jasminsuefaye and @kasstersoh on @freehousesg 2nd anniversary!

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Every time Freehouse taps up something adventurous like Stockade Brewing Co.’s Mountie Maple Imperial Stout, I will automatically find my way back to the house.

The Mountie smells like coffee candy (Kopiko, anyone?), and tastes pretty much the same but with an additional alcohol bitterness that is quite overwhelming. Think of it as a coffee that got Irished too enthusiastically, and you’re there. Also, it dries out the mouth like nothing else. Yes, even ajinomoto and ve-tsin can’t compete.

If you like your stouts sweet and packing the punch of a wine (that’s right, Mountie is at TWELVE percent ABV), Mountie is the brew for you. I kinda wish Freehouse would venture from IPAs to strong stouts more often, to be completely honest.

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