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    I am a Beer Lao Drinker

    Found this on another forum, very funny.


    When the moon shines on the D-Max
    And we’re rollin’ in the hay
    All the buffalo are out there grazing
    And mia noi is on her way

    Chorus:
    I am a Beer Lao drinker
    I drinks it all of the day
    I am a Beer Lao drinker
    It soothes all me troubles away
    Ooh aargh ooh argh aay

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    It’s so cosey in the kitchen
    The smell of kao phad moo
    When the breeze blows past the farmyard
    You can smell the cow $hit too

    Chorus:

    When those combine wheels stops turning
    And a hard day’s work is done
    There’s a bar around the corner
    It’s the place we have our fun

    Chorus:
    I am a Beer Lao drinker
    I drinks it all of the day
    I am a Beer Lao drinker
    It soothes all me troubles away
    Ooh aargh ooh argh aay
    Sing to the tune of the Wurzel's I am A Cider Drinker.

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    Well if it amuses you .

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    Based on udonmap.com, Beer Lao is now available at Nong's Ribs on Soi Katoey in Udon, near the university.

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    I too am a Beer Lao Drinker!

    Unfortunately I'm stuck in North America.

    No Beer Lao for me

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    I've been hooked on beer Lao after my first trip there.

    Cant wait to give the dark Lao a bash on this trip.

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    ^ That dark beer Lao is spot on mate, I love the stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hootad Binky View Post
    I too am a Beer Lao Drinker!

    Unfortunately I'm stuck in North America.

    No Beer Lao for me
    That's a shame, I would have thought someone would have imported it into the States.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hootad Binky View Post
    I too am a Beer Lao Drinker!

    Unfortunately I'm stuck in North America.

    No Beer Lao for me

    Try here HB. It looks like it is available!


    H.C FOODS CO.,LTD
    6414 Gayhart Street , Commerce , CA 90040-2506
    Tel: (323)722-8648, Fax: (323)722-6469
    Contacted person :
    Mr.Paul Sher
    Email : general@hcfood.net
    S.H BEER,INC
    128 Water St. Fitchburg , MA 01420 ,
    Tel: 978 930 1665
    Contacted person :
    Mr.Sook Lee Huynh , the Director
    Email :samana64@hotmail.com


    Lao Brewery Company Limited (beer-Lao)
    Well, luckily I didn't have any tortoises on me at the time...

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    Nothing wrong with Beer Lao, tried the dark Lao not to my taste.

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    As much as I like Chang and Singha, I always bring back a shitload of Beer Lao Dark when I do a visa run to NK. It's about as close as you're going to get to English bitter in this part of the world. When I was married, my wife's brother-in-law was driving a 10-wheeler into Laos twice a week and brought back loads of the stuff. Oh and Lao whiskey, too, which wasn't bad. The wedding was fuelled by Lao alchohol which, I suppose, is appropriate as my wife is half-Lao.

    I wish I could buy it around KK.

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    Beer Lao tastes nice and malty but last time I was on it I had a worse hangover than a Changover so I won't be touching it again thankyou very much.

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    Theres only one problem with dark Lao beer.

    I could only drink 10 of them before I had to lay down.

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    No after taste like Singha - Lao is quite lovely. Cheers to Chaz intro it to me in CM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Gentleman Scamp View Post
    Beer Lao tastes nice and malty but last time I was on it I had a worse hangover than a Changover so I won't be touching it again thankyou very much.
    I kind of like it also.
    When I'm in Laos, that is...

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    The best thing I loved about Beer Lao was sitting at one of those dumpy cafes at the side of the Mekhong River, sipping beer and watching the sunset. And there was no sneers or come-ons if I was alone (like I'd get in Thailand). Lots of Lao women in their traditional dress would be sitting alone doing the same thing. Heaven. I think they tore down most of those places, tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluecat View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by The Gentleman Scamp View Post
    Beer Lao tastes nice and malty but last time I was on it I had a worse hangover than a Changover so I won't be touching it again thankyou very much.
    I kind of like it also.
    When I'm in Laos, that is...
    Agree it tastes better in Laos but good enough in Thailand to beat Chang and Singh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post
    Theres only one problem with dark Lao beer.

    I could only drink 10 of them before I had to lay down.
    Thats because your a light weight Ozzie Tewwy

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    Just bought a few BeerLao lager in Copenhagen, Denmark. Direct from an importer/distributer of Asian food at the equivalent of 65 b. each. Drinkable, and it reminds me a bit of the Dutch beer Grolch.

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