It is getting warmer. Japan has a maximum temperature of 25 degrees today. It has become a happy season for beer lovers.
Chang Beer (left) (Thai Beverage)
Thai Beverage is the largest alcoholic beverage manufacturer in Thailand. Sold in Thailand, Scotland, Poland, Ireland, People’s Republic of China, France, etc. Although planned to be listed on the Thai Stock Exchange (SET), it was finally listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) in 2006 after being opposed by monks throughout the country who have religious beliefs regarding the prohibition of alcohol consumption.
Chang Beer is a refreshing beer with a spicy and authentic taste that ranges from court dishes to home cooking. “Chang” means “elephant” in Thai. The logo mark is a white elephant (animal)
Singha Beer (right) (Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd.)
Singha is a lion in ancient myths and murals of Thailand and India. The Thai royal symbol “God bird Garuda” engraved on the label is given only to excellent products, and was awarded from the Thai royal family in 1939.
Leo (Boon Rawd Brewery Co., Ltd.)
The taste is slightly sweet and has a strong acidity.