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    Forum Regular สมาชิกประจำ Disinfatuation's Avatar
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    My wife loves Singha, I love Tiger (Malaysian)

    Out of the Thai ones I must agree with my wife but also Archa
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    Ah, Dis. Is your wife here in the UK yet?

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    Any chance of any wedding pics of you and Lollipop Dis ?

    Well done mate, after all your early troubles its good to see you drinking beer again !

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    God help you if there isn't any Aladdin slippers on display, Dis. Basically, don't show your face.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfy View Post
    Any chance of any wedding pics of you and Lollipop Dis ?

    Well done mate, after all your early troubles its good to see you drinking beer again !
    I would love to show you a picture but I think only premium members can upload photo?

    Ah, Dis. Is your wife here in the UK yet?
    yes her and the baby arrived on the 21st. And they've already turned half of the kitchen into Thai food.
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    It just so happens that you can post your photo/s to photobucket or any number of photo sharing websites and link here, Dis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disinfatuation View Post
    I love Tiger (Malaysian)
    Tiger originates from Singapore, not Malaysia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maokaang View Post
    Tiger originates from Singapore, not Malaysia.
    Yes indeedy and a great beer it is as well, but not when brewed under licence in China, LOS and I now think the UK?

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    Yes, Tiger over here ridiculously brewed in Edinburgh - yuk !!

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    Yeh but to even things up they brew San Miguel in Singapore !!!!!!

    I'm sure it's just the same old crapola in different tins/bottles.

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    Red horse is the best but it's not a Thai beer but brewed by san miguel. the only Thai one worth drinking is cheers extra or maybe singha, none of it is real beer of course, but better than nothing.

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    I think Archa beer is quite nice but my favourite beer although non Thai but sold in certain places in Thailand has to be Beer Lao.It is very refreshing to drink and i think it knocks spots off most of the Thai beers to be honest!!

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    Can get beer lao in villa and tops shops, lao dark is 65 bhat for a small one, excellent stuff.

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    I get/drink Beer Laos in the village and its about 30 baht a bottle (big size) or 500 baht a case of 12, this includes a 200 baht deposit on the crate. Good stuff
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    What was that even cheaper Laos beer we bought, the crate we palmed off onto your Brother in Law ?

    It was awful stuff if you remember.

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    Was trying to think of that but can't remember the name, I think it was so terrible that I have mentally blocked the experience from my mind.

    Will ask Nok when she gets in.
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    I think it was so terrible that I have mentally blocked the experience from my mind.
    Get them to flog it in the bar at Old Trafford. Keano's prawn sarnies and a pint of that stuff should be enough to erase the memory of any 6-1 defeat.
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    I think it was this one
    Beer Savan.jpg
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    Never come across that one Gary probably exclusive to Laos.

    colin 244

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    Savannakhet is a town in southern Laos, near the Mekong river which is maybe where it gets its name. Unfortunately I can't tell you how high the river is there.

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