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This live music space is launching its own beer and we can't wait

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

By Choltanutkun Tun-atiruj | Jul 12, 2016

  • This live music space is launching its own beer and we can't wait
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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.

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