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    Best price imported beer in Thailand!

    Ordered from Wishbeer.
    Free delivery in Thailand for orders of 2000 baht or more.


    Here's a link that also gets you 10 % discount!

    Wishbeer - Friend Offer

    Just ordered some of these beauties, expected to arrive today.





    Go to the link. They've got beers from around the world.

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    My beer order went by Internet in on a Sunday morning and I had my beer the following Tuesday at noon in Chiang Mai. Was very pleased with this business.

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    ^ And what was your tipple of choice, Misskit?

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    Do these ales travel well Charley?

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    The first pic is positively mouth watering Charley.

    I have just discovered this:


    It's a cider rather than a beer but it has that perfect balance of dryness and thirst quenching. Bt75 from tops. Probably also available from Makro as I have had it in various bars in Samui.
    Heart of Gold and a Knob of butter.

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    Akin to supping withnalls wankjuice through a sweaty sock, I feel....

    Alas, that's not always the case with cask ale. Too often it's badly looked after, or past its best, resulting in a beer that's flabby or watery. But if cask ale can be disappointing, then it's got nothing on the bottled versions of Britain's most well-known ales.
    As I found out in the US earlier this year, it's not good for British beer's reputation. I went to an event designed to promote British bottled beer, but I doubt it had the intended effect. The beers tasted nowhere near as good as it would at home.

    It's a real problem for Britain's brewers. Drinkers around the world are going gaga over Belgium's historic brewers because their bottled product is so good; they're less enamoured with British beer because – too often – the liquid they get to taste is unexciting, to say the least.

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    ^^^Travels better than that Thai shite I buy from the corner shop!

    Chas...Take a look on the link, all kinds of different beers and ciders, and a lot fookin' cheaper!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    I have just discovered this:


    I'm sure that's what withnall introduced me to, before waking up with a sore arris and broken toe

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyboy
    Chas...Take a look on the link, all kinds of different beers and ciders, and a lot fookin' cheaper!
    Had a look already thanks Charley. The company seems to have decent reputation. No orders for me yet as I may have to go to UK early new year.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    I'm sure that's what withnall introduced me to, before waking up with a sore arris and broken toe
    Withers is such a kindly giving person. You should count yourself lucky you didn't wake up eating a soggy sock.

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    No Guinness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    I have just discovered this:


    I'm sure that's what withnall introduced me to, before waking up with a sore arris and broken toe

    It was indeed.

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    ^Where did you get yours from Withers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    Where did you get yours from Withers?
    The local beer shop was knocking them out for 60 bht a pop, i think he was losing money, after dillinger drunk them dry the price went up to 75bht each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyjim View Post
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    BASTARDS!

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    That's just one small step away from a Strawberry Bacardi Breezer with Dilinger...

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    I did drop the hint for an invite earlier

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    'm sure that's what withnall introduced me to, before waking up with a sore arris and broken toe

    Him or you ??

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    Fridge no 2 started...Now, cool you barstewards!


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    ^ you could easily fit a few more in there, Charlie. Lightweight...

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    Just got one of these:



    Quite a nice taste for 400 baht (in Korea wines are more reasonably priced).

    I'm orf shopping to Homeplus now which has a decent beer selection, so I will do some pics later.

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    Betty. There's 4 grands worth in there...Don't want to think about how many cases of Archa I could have bought!

    BTW. You'll be needing one of these with that wine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyboy View Post
    ^ And what was your tipple of choice, Misskit?
    I usually drink Beerlao Dark, which I can get in the supermarket in town. Just as well have it delivered as it is the same price. Ordered those and some Aventus Eis Bock for a small party. That's all gone but one lonely bottle of the bock I kept for myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyboy
    Betty. There's 4 grands worth in there...Don't want to think about how many cases of Archa I could have bought!
    That is quality, Charlie - you've done very well.

    I had a big selection today, but couldn't quite make me mind up. Brought a couple of these at 120 baht each:



    Drinking one now, it's ok, not fantastic, same as Hoegarten.

    A couple of these at 150 baht (likely be the same as above, but I hope its a bit better):



    & a couple of these at 75 baht each (as the American nextdoor says he likes ém and we'll be getting together on xmas day):



    It all seemed underwhelming really, so I got one of these to see me through the evening:



    It's just a small 350ml bottle and was about 500 baht.
    How do I post these pictures???

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    Betty. looks a bit cloudy but, what do you want for that price...Thunder and lightning?


    Happy Christmas to you and yours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui View Post
    The first pic is positively mouth watering Charley.

    I have just discovered this:


    It's a cider rather than a beer but it has that perfect balance of dryness and thirst quenching. Bt75 from tops. Probably also available from Makro as I have had it in various bars in Samui.
    Hunters Dry or Hunters Hard Lemon is much better - Here, Savanna is mostly a ladies cider.

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