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What are the numbers that appear on the Chang Beer bottle caps? Any idea?

 

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I would assume it is the codes to track where it was brewed and bottled in case of any problems.

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3 hours ago, AjarnMartin said:

A reasonable question by the OP to which some TV cretins answer as best they can... 😩

They are, as far as I know the press number which stamped the cap. 

You'll see mould numbers on the bottom of bottles too. 

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2 hours ago, fishtank said:

Probably the batch number of the elephant piss they put in the bottle.

That's on the box and the label. 

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Missing word.

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1 hour ago, Speedhump said:

 And for the record, Chang is the best tasting of the Thai brews.😁

That's not saying much is it?

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On 7/19/2019 at 8:51 AM, ravip said:

All beings in this Universe are not privileged like you. Some like me, are destined to drinking crap like Chang, which is our destiny. What golden non-crap nectar are you consuming? It seems to have done nothing to you and I guess your demise might arrive much earlier than mine... enjoy your last hours!

Thanks for your wise word GOD dady

 

All Thai beer is bad, because they have law protection from competitors.

 

Chang was changed what - 3 times in the past 5 years? Why? Hint - not to make it better, but cheaper.

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1 hour ago, Speedhump said:

A guess: starting with 19, I'd guess date stamping yy/mm/week (or dx). 

 

And for the record, Chang is the best tasting of the Thai brews. But I'd rather drink Tsingtao if it was available and cheap. 😁

Yes indeed, and like yourself Chang is my preference but for me, on regular visits to Cambodia and Burma, I drink bottled, canned or draught ABC Stout (black beer) - not dissimilar to Guinness and Mackeson (UK) but at a much, much cheaper price. With lagers, my preference is Angkor Beer in Cambodia and Myanmar Beer in Burma. Unfortunately these beers are not generally available in Thailand as they should be under the terms of ASEAN's free trade policy.

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Your Thainess score; keep drinking, you will find that eventually you will acquire the ability to fall asleep mid-sentence during a conversation, just like the Thais can.

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