TSA, the acronym of ‘Taste So Awesome’. Purveyor of the best Craft Beers, Wines, artisanal Ciders and Sodas.

Our History

Founded in 2008 by friends who simply love and enjoy delicate wines for a long time.

From a humble beginning as a new distributor specializing in Cult Wines, we chanced upon the world of Craft Beers and ever since then, we have never looked back!

It was not an easy journey being one of the pioneer distributors to introduce Craft Beers in Singapore as there are established local beer brands which locals have already gotten used to for decades. However, our passion of introducing quality Craft Beers, is what keeps us going!

Today TSA has become a veteran of sorts and we are proud to be among the few special companies in Singapore who understand and offer the best of Craft Beers. As we strongly believe – We don’t introduce what we don’t enjoy.

We will continue improving and maintaining our level or standard when it comes to sourcing and distributing cult wines as well as craft beers to all you alcohol lovers out there!


A pioneer in the Craft Beer movement, North Coast Brewing Company opened in 1988 as a local brewpub in the historic town of Fort Bragg, located on California’s Mendocino Coast.

In addition to Red Seal Ale, Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout, Scrimshaw Pilsner, and other fine North Coast brands, the brewery has resurrected the old Acme label with a heritage dating back to the San Francisco of the 1860s.

North Coast Brewing Company is also a leader in philanthropy and sustainability. In addition to being a Certified B Corp and Benefit Corporation, the brewery is proud to be TRUE Platinum Zero Waste Certified, offer 14 Non-GMO Project Verified beers, and spearhead an innovative carbon farming project to reverse its carbon footprint and advance the science of carbon sequestration in agriculture.


SweetWater brewery has been makin’ tasty brews in the heart of the south since 1997. What started as a pipe dream of two college buddies has turned into a dream job full of great adventures and lip-smackin’ beers. What would you expect from a couple of boys with more of a hankering for beers than for books?
Remember, don’t float the mainstream as we all find our path in life, and drink ‘em if you got ‘em.


Royal Jamaican Ginger Beer is authentically brewed with locally grown Jamaican ginger, considered to be the finest in the world.  The time-honoured Jamaican recipe creates a unique, crisp, refreshing, full bodied ginger taste.
Brewed with conviction and steeped in tradition, Royal Jamaican Ginger Beer is proudly brewed and bottled in Jamaica.


In the year 1070 a man by the name of Adalpert von Vucckingen settled in what is now Upper Austria. Others flocked around him, and this little congregation was eventually named Fucking – the name being derived from its founder Adalpert von Vuckingen (Austrian records actually use “flock” as an official classification). And the people of Fucking do enjoy their lager beer. So, what could be more appropriate than dedicating a lager beer to Fucking?
The word “Hell” describes the type of beer. There are many varieties of German and Austrian beers and two common words to describe them are “Hell”, which is the word for “light”. This would stand for light in colour (pale ale or lager) and “Dunkel” which is the word for “dark”, thus dark beer.

Fucking Hell beer adheres to the proud and trusted brewing traditions and customs used throughout Germany and Austria.


Shortly after the Second World War, the Trappist Monastery St. Sixtus in Westvleteren was looking for somebody to commercialize their beer because they did not want to do that themselves anymore. They gave a license to the neighbouring cheese factory, and Brewery St. Bernard was founded. The brew master from Westvleteren, Mathieu Szafranski (from Polish origin) became a partner in the brewery and brought along the recipes, the know-how and most importantly, the St. Sixtus yeast strain.


The Brasserie Dupont is a former farm dating back to 1759. In 1844, it became the Rimaux-Derrider farm-brewery, specializing in the production of honey and “Saison” (season) beers, so called because the farm-breweries produced this type of beer in winter for consumption on the fields in summer.
In 1920, agronomist, Louis Dupont, was planning to buy a farm in Canada. To dissuade him from doing so, his father Alfred Dupont bought him this farm-brewery. Louis Dupont gave us a new take on the basic “Saison” recipe, known today by the name Saison Dupont.

Our philosophy is to make optimal use of technology while maintaining the traditional production processes linked to the history of our brewery.


Founded in 1885 by Paul Verhaeghe, Brewery Verhaeghe Vichte is a small family-owned Brewery in the southwest of the province of West Flanders, Belgium. Through a railway line linking Vichte with Brussels, the Verhaeghe brewery was able to sell a significant part of its production on the Brussels market. Coming out of its destruction during World War 1, it was rebuilt and till today focuses on quality rather than quantity: a little less, but better.


De Brabandere Brewery was founded in 1894 by beer enthusiast Adolphe De Brabandere and his son Jozef.   Albert De Brabandere, the fifth generation took over in 2013. He has been officially at the head of the brewery since 2017 and has made considerable investments in increasing the brewery’s capacity.

De Brabandere Brewery has a rich history to look back on and looks to the future with equal confidence. Our heart is in Bavikhove, where our company started out as a farm brewery. This successful family business is now managed by the fifth generation of brewers.


“La Chouette” which means “The Owl” in French refers to the surprising bond between the night bird and French cider. Traditionally, many farmers in the North-West of France made their own cider with apples from their orchards. In fact, cider was made in barns where owls could often be seen dwelling under the roof.


We’ve been making cider for over 100 years and the world around us has changed quite a bit.

Thatchers has always been a family business, and it always will be. That means everything we do here is about making sure that there’ll be a viable business for the next generation.

Each generation has passed on their secrets of cider making, like encouraging bees to pollinate apple blossom, or looking after the 150-year-old oak vats where the cider matures.


The Wychwood Brewery is tucked away behind the main street of the market town of Witney, in the heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Witney is historically famous for its 3 Bs; its bread, its blankets and its beer. Brewing has taken place in Witney for centuries. The brewery is most famous for its deliciously dark, rich brew known as the Hobgoblin and real ale pubs intrinsically tied with all its myths and legends imagery.


Since 1834 Marston’s have been producing beers of the highest quality and taste in the home of British brewing, Burton upon Trent. We only use the finest natural ingredients and craftsmanship available to produce a range of beers for you to enjoy.

We don’t compromise and believe you shouldn’t have too either.


Born in the city, brewed in the country. Innovative, passionate & independent, blending state-of-the-art brewing techniques with tradition. Fiercely independent, brewing sustainably, in the country with local spring water and using only the freshest natural ingredients in our beers.


Ringwood Brewery was founded by Peter Austin in 1978, a man who is revered as “the father of British Micro-brewing”. Beer has been brewed in Ringwood for centuries ever since medieval man first mixed the crystal water of the River Avon with the malted barley harvested from the surrounding fertile fields of Hampshire.

Ringwood Brewery’s first brewhouse was in a former bakery in the old station yard brewing Best Bitter and Fortyniner for a handful of local customers. 1979 saw the production of Old Thumper, which has since become the flagship brew.

In 1986, having outgrown the Minty’s yard premises, the brewery moved to its present site, ironically the location of the old Tunks’ Brewery which ceased trading in 1821.


Prosecco 1754 was founded on the core principals of providing high quality and reputable products at competitive prices with the aim of breaking into the marketspace and further building our brand whilst also giving consumers more choice. After our initial product launch, we’ve gone from strength to strength and have a loyal following of venues and franchises who are passionate repeat customers. Our customer service skills are second to none and our clients are our top priority here at Prosecco 1754.


The story begins during Founder & CEO John Pemberton’s time living in New York City during the 2000’s where he fell in love with the American craft beer scene and its never-ending pursuit of quality and innovation.

Fast forward ten years and that love materialized when Heart of Darkness was founded in 2016 by a group of friends living in Saigon with the goal of becoming Asia’s premium craft beer brand.

Reflecting those inspirations, Heart of Darkness produces over 100 new beers a year and has collected numerous medals in competitions around the Pacific rim.

Heart of Darkness brewery is located about 20km north of Saigon, Vietnam with a flagship gastropub in Saigon city center of District 1. Our product is available nationally in Vietnam serving an ever-growing number of accounts in North, Central and Southern regions.

In addition to Vietnam, Heart of Darkness is currently being distributed internationally in Thailand, Singapore, Cambodia, Taiwan, Hong Kong. May of 2019 marks our first international venue with the opening of Heart of Darkness Singapore.


Based on a belief in a more circular economy, CRUST Group is a food tech startup on a mission to fight food waste by upcycling surplus ingredients into unique beverages for food service and retail partners. We work with businesses to turn surplus ingredients into unique products like our CRUST sustainable beers and CROP functional beverages. Our unique products have been featured on CNA, Straits Times, TechInAsia, Food Hotel Asia, Food Navigator Asia and more!

Based on our belief in a circular economy, CRUST Group is a food tech startup that valorises surplus ingredients into unique beverages for our food service and retail partners. We create fun products like our CRUST beers and CROP fruit sparkling waters.