We defied the odds. Tiger pioneered a new category of Asian Beer and created the quintessential Asian brew in the process.
From Malayan Breweries Limited in Singapore, the world’s first batch of Tiger Beer greets the world with a refreshing beer for a tropical climate.
The Royal Air Force pays homage to the iconic Tiger Beer logo with a Tiger-inspired insignia of its own.
In its 7th year, Tiger Beer emerges victorious with its first international beer medal, which would be joined by 40 other international beer awards in the years to come.
Through the difficulty and turmoil of the war years, Tiger emerged as a strong innovator and a lager of regional significance.
Allied servicemen stationed in Singapore cultivate a taste for Tiger, bringing the taste for this soldier’s beer to the region and beyond.
Tiger greets post-WWII shortages with the light and delicious Tiger Cub, quenching thirsts till the return of the full-strength brew.
World-acclaimed from its early years, Tiger took up the cause to stand for courage, grace and a newfound freedom.
Tiger Beer comes of age, winning its first-ever gold medal at the Commonwealth Bottled Beer Competition.
Against the exciting backdrop of Singapore emerging as an independent nation, Tiger Beer launches its first canned beer.
As a nation rises through good times and bad, Tiger debuts its first television commercial for the Singapore market, showing Tiger Beer as an unshakeable beer for an unshakeable people — a call to arms for people to keep pushing boundaries without giving up.
Growing in confidence by the decade, Tiger ventured farther afield into new markets and frontiers, continually embracing new challenges.
Tiger Beer makes its first appearance in the ultra-competitive markets of the UK and Germany.
As Tiger continues to sweep accolades on global fronts, it pushes boundaries further in defining the modern Asian lager.
Asia Pacific Breweries (the new name of Tiger Beer’s parent company) migrates Tiger Beer production to a new, state-of-the-art brewery, built to the tune of S$200 million.
Following regional forays into Oceania begun two years earlier, Tiger Beer heeds the call of opportunity in Vietnam and China. It proves a move of extraordinary prescience, with China forecast as the largest beer market in the world by 2017.
Tiger’s ascent into global consciousness maintains its steady clip as Tiger Beer wins the BIIA’s World’s Best Lager Beer award.
With new markets, new accolades, and a new courageous spirit, Tiger leaps onto the global stage, showing the world its bold stripes.
Tiger increases its foothold in the Asia Pacific with acquisitions, expansions and new breweries in Vietnam, Thailand, Sri Lanka, China, Mongolia and India.
The Gold Medal at the prestigious World Beer Cup comes home with Tiger Beer to great fanfare.
By the year of Tiger Beer’s 75th anniversary, its operations span 30 breweries in 12 countries, and its beers line shelves in over 60 countries.
Tiger embarks on a new direction, throwing down the gauntlet and inviting young Asians to Uncage, a move that launches Tiger into the future with a roar.
Antarctica 2000 was officially launched at the Istana on 12 March 1999 by then Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong.
With the ravages of World War Two, Tiger Beer faced a severe shortage of raw materials. Hence, a lighter beer called Tiger Cub was brewed.
Tiger Beer was the title sponsor for the Tiger Cup since its inception in 1996. Organised by the ASEAN Football Federation, the Tiger Cup was a biannual regional football competition…
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