Boon Rawd Brewery (Beer)
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Singha is a special Pilsner beer from Thailand with the typical Buddhist symbol on its emblem, the lion. On the 25th of October 1939, the company Boon Rawd Brewery became the official provider of the Royal Court of Thailand and received permission to use the Kingdom's Garuda as well as the words "By Royal Permission". It was awarded the country's highest honour. Singha enjoys fame and popularity all over the world.
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Description · Boon Rawd Brewery
TASTING NOTES Singha :
- Appearance: blonde, with little foam and some compact.
- Aroma: Sweet with notes of malt and grain.
- Body / Flavor: lightly heavy, emphasizing the malt, corn and rice, leaving a bitter taste in the end.
BREWERY: Boon Rawd Brewery
FERMENTATION TYPE: Low fermentation
BEER TYPE: Pilsener
Boon Rawd Brewery
When Phya Bhirom Bhakdi, or "Boon Rawd" Sreshthaputra was 57 years old, he had enough of imported beer. He was of the opinion, that Thailand was very well capable of brewing its own beer of equal quality. Finally, on the 4th of August in 1933, the government granted Boon Rawd an official license....
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