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Where has all the beer gone ?

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Guess I'll have to make do with my stash of Coronas, Carlsbergs, Budweisers and Hoegaardens.

Why would you stash Bud, run out of drain cleaner?

Have you ever tried the Czech Budweiser?

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Guess I'll have to make do with my stash of Coronas, Carlsbergs, Budweisers and Hoegaardens.

What time shall we come round?smile.pngsmile.png

Any time. Just bring sausages, steaks, prawns and a pavlova

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Strange Tax system in Thailand. It's call Value Added Tax (VAT) as called in the European Union. Each time a bottle of Beer is sold or resold the VAT is applied, but seemingly, in Thailand, it stops being applied when the shops or Wholesalers sell it on.

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Guess I'll have to make do with my stash of Coronas, Carlsbergs, Budweisers and Hoegaardens.

Why would you stash Bud, run out of drain cleaner?

Have you ever tried the Czech Budweiser?
Yes. And?

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Mini Bic C, Mini Tesco's and all 7/11 in Na Jomtien have no Leo and hardly any other brands of beer left

Mom and Pop on the corner have allready put up the price but have stock.

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Just walked from Pattaya Klang to soi 19 soi Bhuakhou and each Family Mart and 7/11 was out of big LEO's, I got the last few cans from the Family Mart at R Con. Stock it up boys and girls.

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The 7-11 near me has Heiniken, small San Mig Light at the old prices. No Leo or Chang in stock.

The Mom & Pop store is selling large Leos for 55 baht per bottle.

Tales from the Darkside smile.png

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No price hike will make me stop drinking my 2 small bottles before my evening dinner...

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Tried to buy some beer today but everywhere seems to be sold out. 7/11, Tesco even Macro. Only top end brands like Carlsberg/Heineken available. No Chang, Leo, Singha.

Thai-produced Heineken is a "top end" brand???? bah.gif

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Best supermarket has put up their prices already. LEO before was 46 baht a big bottle, now 54 baht. That is an 18% increase in prices!facepalm.gif

LEO at the wholesale outlet was sold in HDY for 495 THB the box or 41,25 THB/bottle. The new price is 552 for a box or 46 THB/bottle. Thus the tax increase is 4.75 THB per bottle (630ml)

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Guess I'll have to make do with my stash of Coronas, Carlsbergs, Budweisers and Hoegaardens.

Why would you stash Bud, run out of drain cleaner?

Have you ever tried the Czech Budweiser?
Yes. And?

And pick a fight somewhere else, cos you bore me already

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Guess I'll have to make do with my stash of Coronas, Carlsbergs, Budweisers and Hoegaardens.

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You stick to your Leo's. I'll drink, my Euro beers

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