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Beerlao (Lao)

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“Shopping global”

I told you previously, I try to find goods from the across the world in everyday life.
I’m feeling the globalism in our life as a customer. The other day I bought Laotian beer.
Of course, I realize that it’s food miles are huge, I think. It isn’t “eco” style, it’s “ego” style…
Nevertheless, I continue to try…

I had never drunk Lao beer. Last night, I drank Lao beer.
By the way, I know little about Lao. How about you?

Lao, officially the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, is a landlocked country in Southeast Asia, bordered by Burma and China to the northwest, Vietnam to the east, Cambodia to the south, and Thailand to the west.

During the 8th and 9th centuries, Nanzhao南詔 was flourished in Southern China and Southeast Asia.
It was Bai's kigdom. It was centered around present-day Yunnan in China. Their first unified country was Kingdom of “Lan Xang” which was established in 1354 by Fa Ngum. Lan Xang means Land of a Million Elephants. Lan Xang prospered until the 18th, when the kingdom was divided into three principalities, which eventually came under Siamese suzerainty.

In the 19th, they was incorporated in the ‘Protectorate’ of French Indochina. After Japanese occupation during WW2, they gained independence in 1949. A long civil war ended officially when the communist Pathet Lao movement came to power in 1975.

This beer is top-fermented, pilsner type. Itis clear golden looks like Japanese beer. If you like Japanese beer, you will love it.
You will feel the crisp and light fruity rice aroma. It is brewed with jasmine rice, French malted barley and German Hallertau hops.

So, next time, I’d like to taste it with spicy Laotian food and Kao neaw. Kao neaw is glutinous rice. Kao means rice, neaw means sticky.







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