Over the years, European (particularly, German) settlers across the Far East have brought with them centuries-old brewing knowledge. Combining this with indigenous grains such as rice and maize, these brewers have created beers reflecting their European heritage and their new ethnic origins. Just as Thai cuisine differs from Japanese or Chinese, so too do these pilsners exhibit an array of interpretations of the pilsner style – their suitability in matching with Eastern cuisine far out-stripping what can be achieved by matching wines with such dishes.

DISCOVER THE RANGE (Click a beer):

Kingfisher | 4.8% a.b.v. | India

Singha | 5.0% a.b.v. | Thailand

Kirin | 5.0% a.b.v. | Japan

Kirin Ichiban is brewed from the first (and best) pressings of
the mash. Exuding soft rice sweetness and restrained in hop bitterness, this beer is Japan’s number one beer in every way.

Tsingtao | 4.7% a.b.v | China