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  1. #11
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    I have a more 'pedestrian' taste in beer. A cold Leo or BeerLeo suits me fine.

  2. #12
    If you know what you like then thats all you need.

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  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Buadhai View Post
    If you know what you like then thats all you need.
    Took me a few years but after Singha, Kloster (no longer available) Chang etc, Leo satisfies my palate just right.

  4. #14
    That seems to be the way most expats I know in Korat feel. Personally, I donít like Leo. I prefer Chang. I buy a Leo now and then to give it a chance, but I always go back to Chang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buadhai View Post
    That seems to be the way most expats I know in Korat feel. Personally, I donít like Leo. I prefer Chang. I buy a Leo now and then to give it a chance, but I always go back to Chang.
    As a comparison, Chang tastes more bitter than Leo and can give me a headache.
    Leo is somewhat akin to the old Kloster Beer we used to see here in Thailand but with a fuller taste to it.

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    And itís only 9 AMÖ


  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee View Post
    As a comparison, Chang tastes more bitter than Leo and can give me a headache.
    Leo is somewhat akin to the old Kloster Beer we used to see here in Thailand but with a fuller taste to it.
    I wonder why it gives you a headache?

    I was in Ayutthaya the other day (wife's work) and we stopped in at a nifty little bar called "Brown Ale Bar & Grill". They had one Thai beer on tap and a couple in bottles. The draught was OK, but the bottled beer had that soapy taste that so many home-brew beers seem to have (caused by the breakdown of fatty acids in the fermenter) But, it was nice to have something different.

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    That looks like a Guinness Light

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    Formaldehyde in beer is an urban myth, but still, any Asian beer gives me red eyes only after one. Avoid like the plague and stick to decent beers

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by xiao mo View Post
    Formaldehyde in beer is an urban myth, but still, any Asian beer gives me red eyes only after one. Avoid like the plague and stick to decent beers
    Indeed. A long debunked myth that somehow persists.

    So, two questions:

    • Why does Asian beer affect you so?
    • What beers do you drink?

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