About Thai Beer

About Thai Beer
Most of the beer brewed in Thailand is made by three major breweries. The leading style is pale lager; the best have a distinct bitter hoppiness that is not too strong. While much of the beer made in this country is consumed locally, there are a few that are exported to the United States and a few other nations.

Top Picks for Thailand

Federbräu German Single Malt
89 points
Brilliant gold color. Sulfurous, vegetal, minerally, floral, fruity aromas of fresh basil flower, multigrain bread, waxy honey, and cannabis with a round, crisp, spritzy, dry light-to-medium body and an interesting, crisp zucchini bread, orange glazed cookie, honeyed toast, and overripe pears finish. A clean, crisp Pilsner sure to please.
Chang Classic Beer
88 points
Brilliant yellow color. Clean, earthy, grainy, sulfurous, rubbery aromas of oregano herb muffin, egg salad sandwich, cake flour, and dried flowers with a soft, crisp, spritzy, dryish light body and a smooth, crisp light anise cookie, bibb lettuce, arugula, and clementine finish. A tasty and easy drinking Lager that is sure to please.
Singha Lager
88 points
Clear golden yellow color. Toasty, fresh aromas and flavors of pear skin, melon, toasted sourdough bread, and dried pineapple with a supple, bright, finely carbonated, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a seamless, engaging, medium-length finish that exhibits accents of mesclun, starfruit and apple, and corn bread finish. A nice refreshing lager for everyday pleasure.