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BANGKOK VENUE:
Wishbeer Home Bar

  • Wishbeer Home Bar
  • Wishbeer Home Bar
  • Wishbeer Home Bar
  • Wishbeer Home Bar
  • Wishbeer Home Bar
  • Wishbeer Home Bar
  • Wishbeer Home Bar
  • Wishbeer Home Bar
  • Wishbeer Home Bar

After turning off the taps right at the end of last year, the craft beer-focused Wishbeer Home Bar has already found a new, bigger and more relaxing home, just a few steps from the original venue.  

The new space at the entrance of Sukhumvit Soi 67 serves a dual purpose as an office and warehouse for the online beer delivery website, leaving the gym-like space in the middle as a bar.

With its scuffed flooring and furniture strewn about the place, the venue somehow seems even less permanent than the last one, but it also packs a lot of raw character. 

Like before, you can expect a large range of brews on tap and by the bottle, including names like Brewdog, Bavaria, Evil Twin, Chouffe and Vedett.

Wishbeer is open from 8am-12am, but due to the re-opening period, the coffee and bakery section will return soon. As the location is not so convenient for food trucks, right now you can order food from the Thai restaurant out front, but also stay tuned for a full menu.

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Phone: 02-650-2113
Wishbeer Home Bar, Sukhumvit Soi 67, Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Phra Khanong

Opening Hours:

daily 8am-midnight

Open Since:

January, 2016
4.16667
 
 
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