After 7-Elevens recent venture in selling draft beer at certain convinces stores across the kingdom which was met with outrage from many anti-drinking organisations resulting in the campaign being stopped.

It seems the nation’s number one convenience store is now taking a different approach, stocking Thai craft beer.

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From today Bannok Beer will be sold in 7-Elevens across the capital as well as several other provinces and is being dubbed as the stores first Thai craft beer for sale.

7-Eleven begin selling cans of Thai craft Beer from Today

Also Read : 7-Eleven Suspends Draft Beer Sales Following Protests

There will be two varieties on sale, both low-alcohol beers one called Kiss Me Deadly which is a wheat beer and an IPA called Honey Bomb, both are 4 percent and each costs 99 baht.

Bannok Beer was founded by Panitan Tongsiri from Sakon Nakhon who also started several other beer brands called Stone Head and Lamzing.

Source : Khaosod

Content : LovePattayaThailand

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