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MarcTwoSix

Well-known member
What a crap article! 555

Supposed to be written by a Thai? Who does not know Lao Khao means "rice whisky" instead of "white spirit"??
And in one article protests the stuff for having methanol in in, but advertises the small home brewery and bashes the large distilleries... Just ridiculous!
I guarantee that if you ask any of Ao's Thai friends in Vancouver that grew up in Bangkok
They would have no idea what Lao Khao is
 

kaptainrob

Administrator
What a crap article! 555

Supposed to be written by a Thai? Who does not know Lao Khao means "rice whisky" instead of "white spirit"??
And in one article protests the stuff for having methanol in in, but advertises the small home brewery and bashes the large distilleries... Just ridiculous!
You are wrong Erik. The correct translation is as stated, white spirit. (I always thought it was rice spirit.) The common name is rice whiskey although calling it a whiskey is misleading because the rice grain is not malted as in true whiskeys.
 
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