Singapore craft beer industry pioneer Daniel Goh is founder of The Good Beer Company, the first-ever hawker stall selling craft beer in a hawker centre in Singapore’s iconic Chinatown district. He is also co-founder of Smith Street Taps, a similar concept in Chinatown focusing on draft craft beers. Smith Street Taps has been widely covered in The New York Times, Lonely Planet and many other publications, and was named “Best Beer Bar” award in Singapore Bar Awards 2017.
Daniel is also co-editor of SpiritedSingapore.com, an online publication covering the alcohol, F&B and nightlife industries in Singapore.
In his corporate past, Daniel used to work for the National Heritage Board, the governing body overseeing various key Singapore cultural and historical institutions such the National Museum of Singapore, the Singapore Art Museum, and the Asian Civilisations Museum.