HO CHI MINH CITY | Deme Brewing is a Vietnamese microbrewery, hidden down an unassuming residential side street in District 5. The tiny space is hard to find, but it’s worth seeking out.
The brewery is fun and modern, inspired by Vietnamese street culture and street art. In fact, the taproom doubles as an art gallery, showcasing street art from local artists, including holding exhibitions.
They’ve only made a handful of beers so far – you’ll find their signature IPA ‘Ba Hoa’ on tap, along with whatever seasonal creation is new. ‘Ba Hoa’ means mumbling, talkative, or self-flattering in a fun way. It also means ‘3 Flowers’ in reference to the use of 3 kind of hops in that beer. It’s well worth a try.
In the fridge, you’ll find Deme’s own beers in bottles, along with a few other bottles and cans from other Vietnamese craft brewers. There’s no food on the menu, but you can order/bring in food from any number of the great restaurants and street food vendors in the area.
84/37 Đ. Nguyễn Biểu
Ho Chi Minh City
Telephone: +84 988 821 905
Wed – Sun: 5:00pm to 11:00pm