Thailand has a good range of local and imported beers available all over Thailand in shops, bars, and nightclubs. The quality of beer produced in Thailand can surprise first-time visitors and keen beer drinkers.
Must if not all Thai beers available in both bottles and cans. There are 2 main bottle sizes with the large bottle been 640 ml and small been 320 ml.
I have excluded imported beers like Heineken and Guinness as these are imports and are expensive comparing to the local Thailand beers available in Thailand.
I have created a list of popular beers in Thailand. So, let’s take a closer look at the most popular beers in Thailand.
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What Are The Most Popular Beers in Thailand
The popular beers in Thailand are, as follows.
- Chang Beer
- Leo Beer
- Singha Beer
How Much Does Beer Cost in Thailand?
In Thailand, a bottled beer costs around 60 baht in the 7-eleven, with 3 packs costing around 152 baht. While canned beer is a little cheaper. Whereas Singha beer is a little more expensive.
|Beer||Bar/Restaurants Prices (baht)||Nightclub Price (baht)|
|Chang Beer 640 ml Bottle||80 – 140||150 +|
|Leo Beer 640 ml Bottle||80 – 140||150 +|
|Singha 640 ml Bottle||90 – 150||160 +|
Note, prices are more way expensive in touristy areas like Banga Road in Phuket. The more local you go the cheaper it gets.
Information On The Popular Beers in Thailand
Here is a little more information on the popular beers in Thailand.
The Chang Beer has 5.2% ABV and you can buy it all over Thailand. It is sold in both cans and bottles.
How Much Does Chang Beer Cost in Thailand?
The average price of Chang Beer in a bar is 80 to 140 baht for the 640 ml Bottle. With the 320 ml bottle costing around 60 baht. With the most expensive in nightclubs and hotel bars, where you can pay as much as 150 baht upwards.
The Leo beer has 5% ABV and you can buy it everywhere in Thailand. It is available in cans and bottles.
How Much Does Leo Cost in Thailand?
The average price of Leo Beer in a bar is 80 to 140 baht for the 640 ml Bottle. With the 320 ml bottle costing around 60 baht. With the most expensive in nightclubs and hotel bars, where you can pay as much as 150 baht upwards.
This Beer has 5% ABV and you can buy it everywhere in Thailand. It is available in cans and bottles.
How Much Does Singha Beer Cost in Thailand?
The average price of Singha Beer in a bar is 90 to 150 baht for the 640 ml Bottle. With the most expensive in nightclubs and hotel bars, where you can pay as much as 160 baht upwards.
Can You Smoke in Bars in Thailand?
No, you can not smoke in bars or restaurants in Thailand. They will either have a designated smoking area. Or you will have to go outside to smoke. It is smart to ask the staff where to smoke.
Can You Drink Alcohol in Public Areas in Thailand?
It depends, you can drink on the street (street drinking). You definitely not allowed to drink in public parks or temples. There will be signs telling you not to drink alcohol.
At What Age Can You Drink in Thailand?
The legal drinking age is 20. Owners of bars and clubs do enforce this as raids by the police are regular. With the police looking underage drinkers and people using drugs.
Can You Drink Alcohol in Thailand?
There is a restriction of the sale of alcohol in Thailand between 2 pm to 5 pm and between 12 am to 11 am seven days a week.
There is also a full day restriction on special Buddhist religious days or if there is a major state event been held like a state funnel.
Finally, Thailand has a great section of beers particularly local beers. This is only a shortlist of the main local beers available, there are more beers and craft beers to discover in Thailand. Personally I liked the Chang beer.
And that’s it for now! I’d love to know if this guide on how much does a beer cost in Thailand has helped you. Let me know if you have any questions and let me know if there is more to add.