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These local craft beers were just named the best in Bangkok

The results are in from Craft Beer: Fight Club.  

By Vasachol Quadri | Jun 27, 2016

  • These local craft beers were just named the best in Bangkok
  • These local craft beers were just named the best in Bangkok
  • These local craft beers were just named the best in Bangkok
  • These local craft beers were just named the best in Bangkok
  • These local craft beers were just named the best in Bangkok
  • These local craft beers were just named the best in Bangkok
  • These local craft beers were just named the best in Bangkok

Yaksa Brewery (founded by Praset “Geng” Sritaborvornpaiboon formerly behind Niche BeerVille) teamed up with local beer bloggers and brewers on Saturday, Jun 25, to host the fourth edition of the Beer Camp: Fightclub competition, and to crown Bangkok’s best beers.

Over 70 labels entered the competition with around 30 attending the event, held at an abandoned warehouse in Rat Burana, where Bangkok's best wheat and IPA beers were announced. Here are the results.

Familiar name Triple Pearl were the biggest winners on the night, taking home the Best Wheat Beer award (#2: Wizard Brew and #3: Mahanakhon) and Popular Vote award for the Wheat category (#2: Wizard Brew and #3: Yod Beer).

The Best IPA award went to new-wave brewer Devanomthe guys behind Thailand's first hops farm (#2: Munyuen Brewing and 72 Brewing Company tied, and #3: Golden Coin and X Beer tied).

The popular vote for IPA went to Sandport beer with their new batch made in collaboration with Happy New Beer (#2: Devanom and #3 Ducky Fly).

Judges for this competition included top beer bloggers, brewers and importers led by Wichit Saiklao from Chit Beer, Beercyclopedia and Red Stone Brewing, Supavich Vongvivat from Smiling Mad Dog, Jerome Le Louer of Wishbeer and more.     

Want a taste? Check out many of the above names at Bangkok's best bars for drinking Thai craft beer.  

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