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    Another recently new beerlao that came on the market is beerlao gold , but when going up against a juggernaut of a beer like beerlao regular or dark just doesnt cut it

    Beerlao Gold is brewed from sapphire aroma hops from Germany that gave good smell and is of high quality according to the President of the Lao Brewery Company, Mr. Kissana Vongsay



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    Time for a lie down i reckon


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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post

    Unbelievable? NO, you better believe it! With no internet on site, you can bet there was no Photoshop either, so no trick photography at work here! Amazingly, he did this twice for us... and later came the glass shards on the floor to clean up...

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    Thats quite a talent the blokes got for sure, im also a volunteer here in Laos , ive volunteered to give them a hand drinking the beer


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    cracking post lbd did you visit the factory lol ....

    what happened to the goldmine thing its gone ???????

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    ^ they fuckin well should be paying me . As for stock i dont think they are listed on the newly created exchange yet, Wouldnt be bad stock to have i reckon, might grab some for the kids if and when they list, cant see it happening anytime soon why would they have to they hold 98% of market share of beer sales in Laos

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker
    why would they have to they hold 98% of market share of beer sales in Laos
    Growth. International marketing, bigger plant, more plants, private jets, delivery trucking fleet, Ferrari's, more sales ladies, more beer drinkers....da,da,da

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    Quote Originally Posted by ltnt
    more sales ladies,
    More of them would be nice, my point is they are already 50% owned by the government and seem to be coining it in Laos. they have the whole country decked out in beerlao signs banners T shirts etc, its excessively advertised, they have brewery capacity enough for export but there is no way the thais want to compete with beerlao even now when they have just been accepted into the WTO, Beerlao is definately popular in the western countries that it gets exported to but the price makes it a bit of a novelty and boutique beer for the averidge punter.Tiger beer are making a big push in Laos lately and are also aggressive advertisers but the fact of the matter is Beerlao is a better product, Having said that i have been known to succumb to pressure to drink a Tiger when the sales girl is smokin hot,



    Fuckin give a jellyfish a woody that lot

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    I don't have enough greens to give you for this one.

    Definitely my favourite beer (of the standard variety) but as already mentioned in another post someone is really screwing up the supply chain - here today - gone tomorrow. Happens at least once a year and lasts for several weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker
    Fuckin give a jellyfish a woody that lot
    Indeed it did. You've not mentioned the world renowned beer from Vietnam yet?

    Bam mi Bam or "33." Nice bit of formaldehyde it is. Crushing headache and body convulsions on re-entry to the world. The whiskey was even more devastating. bloody squirts for weeks after.

    Can't go wrong with BeerLao or Tiger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ltnt
    Indeed it did. You've not mentioned the world renowned beer from Vietnam yet?
    ghastly shit indeed, fortunately beerlao seemed to be available in vietnam, at least in the tourist areas,



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    a couple more pics



    Beerlao working its magic again

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    Goes well with a plate of fried river weed , not aas bad as it sounds








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    Even buddha likes the stuff



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    Look at that smile, I think she genuinely likes me

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    I would love to green you mate, but i have to spread it around a bit first.

    Thanks for this thread, i enjoyed looking at the lovely ladies - some real crackers in there - and the info.

    All the best.

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    I just noticed something surprising. Not one of the foreigners in the last pictures have a tattoo? Not the guys and certainly none of the ladies.

    I'm moving to Lao. Obviously a better class of people.

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    One would have to agree with that

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    Communism and the wide availability of large qualities of cheap mind numbing alcohol go hand in hand. though europe ways they like it at 40%+ rather than watered down as beer.

    Its one of the things that orwell got wrong with 1984, they don't change the language to stop thought crime. they simply use alcohol to stop thought all together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazz
    they don't change the language to stop thought crime. they simply use alcohol to stop thought all together.
    And i cant thank them enough, Beer Lao is cheap but even cheaper for locals wishing to stop all thought is Lao Lao.


    i will stick to beer lao
    One beer please , with ice.




    At a wobbly plastic table, bottles of Beerlao come served with glasses and a large bucket of ice. Purists might argue you should never put ice cubes in beer, but those purists haven’t drank in sweltering places with meager refrigeration. Splashing a couple of ice cubes into a glass, and feeling the chilly condensation dribble down your shirt as you slurp, is part of the experience.




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    There's just something not right about ice cubes in you're beer.

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    Bearlao..... makes you grow wood

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