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    Moose Cider outlet?

    I tried Moose Cider the other day at Phoenix Golf and was wondering if anyone has seen it for sale anywhere?

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    that's a no then?

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    I have contacted them about becoming a stockist/supplier, awaiting reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurgen View Post
    I tried Moose Cider the other day at Phoenix Golf and was wondering if anyone has seen it for sale anywhere?
    How's it compare with Strongbow? I find most ciders here too sweet.

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    I've tried most ciders and to me it tastes the best.

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    I read on the other channel that its not available to buy retail. Its brewed in the uk and bottled at Siam brewery, if i remember right.

    Itll give you a good excuse to stay out after 6pm mate

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    I prefer Strongbow (not the bottled stuff) to the sweet stuff and Kepplers is my preferred cider in Thailand. I tried moose and I like it too. I also like that it comes in beer sized bottles and costs about the same as beer too. Makes the rounds easier.

    I know a place in Ao Nang that sells cartons for 1030 baht.
    Lang may yer lum reek...

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    How big is a carton?

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    I've been drinking somersby cider in Vientiane lately, a bit sweet but at 220 000kip a box of 24 quite good value, usually buy it straight from the carlsberg rep if he turns up when I'm at the bar, buy 2 and they throw in a case of beerlao or kronenburg free, Bruntys can be had for 340 000 kip and striongbows about 700 000 kip when available

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    24 bottles x 330ml

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    I did email the last Saturday about local suppliers. I never got an answer.

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    Gonna get my Mrs to give them a call.

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    put me down for 4 cases if you get through please

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    Thats a lot of moose loose aboot ya hoose

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    Ah'd be fair tricket wi jist een anoo!

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    I'm gonna keep an eye out for the moose.cider seems to be a nice change from beer all the time, can get magners to but the supply's erratic , And a new Irish bar has just opened nearby my gaff serving Guinness on tap. Not the Malaysian version either. The one from Dublin. Happy days.

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    A braw and moonlicht nicht the nicht aye

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    Available in Thailand.


    Thatchers Katy Single Variety Cider
    Description
    Katy isn’t the most well known apple variety but it’s certainly a superstar! We think it’s the perfect cider apple with subtle flavours and smoothness.

    Katy cider is light, fragrant and softly sparkling.

    Perfect For
    Enjoying on its own or drinking with chicken and light, creamy pasta dishes.

    Palate
    Medium Dry

    Alcohol
    Alc 7.4% vol.

    3.7 UK units

    Suitable for vegetarians, vegans and coeliacs.
    Gluten and dairy free.
    Fascists dress in black and go around telling people what to do, whereas priests... more drink!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    A braw and moonlicht nicht the nicht aye
    A braw bricht moonlicht nicht the nicht!

    Personally, I prefer the Malaysian Guinness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    Suitable for coeliacs.
    Alcy coeliacs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurgen View Post
    I tried Moose Cider the other day at Phoenix Golf and was wondering if anyone has seen it for sale anywhere?

    It's available at my local bar here in Chiang Mai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    Alcy coeliacs?
    Suitable for people with anal insertions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey View Post
    Thatchers Katy Single Variety Cider
    Alc 7.4% vol.
    I used to drink Katy when I was working in Bristol. A few bottles of that went down a treat.

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    Ive found an inlet Kurge


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