Silom's Whiteline bar joins up with Living Room Brewing to make an exclusive new Thai beer.

The people at Whiteline, Silom Soi 8’s shop-house-turned-bar-and-gallery, are launching their own beer.

They’ve teamed up with Living Room Brewing to create two new drinks which will be available exclusively at Whiteline starting Jul 21.

“They’re a bit tropical,” says Joe Delaney, partner and manager of Whiteline. “We’re going to be doing an American blonde ale, hopped with centennial and cascade, as well as a juniper-infused session IPA.”

Whiteline has been heavily involved with the Bangkok beer-brewing scene since it opened. It was the venue for early editions of the Thai beer-making community’s Brewtopia events, in collaboration with Avi Yashaya and Pieak Pipattanaphon of Let the Boy Die beer bar and Golden Coins brewery.

Whiteline is the latest in a range of bars across Bangkok which are offering their own, unique brews. Korean-Mexican fusion restaurant and beer bar Changwon Express has also launched its own label in partnership with a local brewer, while a recent visit to Sathorn indie bar Jam also revealed a new homebrew on trial behind the bar.

Sounds great, doesn’t it? You can test Whiteline’s brews for the first time during their four-day music festival, Sugar Belly, on Jul 21.