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Beerlao in Mullumbimby!!!

  • marianwarren

    Joined Travelfish
    12th March, 2006
    Posts: 270
    Total reviews: 13

    Hi all beer enthusiasts

    I am enjoying my first Beerlao 5 weeks before I expected to ... normally drink Cintra - Portuguese, but they were out of stock. Beerlao is very similar in flavour with maybe less malt and slightly sweeter ... very nice, very quaffable! It's amazing being able to obtain this in a town with less than 3000 people.

    Regards

    Marian

    PS.I lied - this is my second ... had to wait to use the computer!

    #1 Posted: 23/10/2006 - 15:24

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  • sideflip1

    Joined Travelfish
    16th October, 2006
    Posts: 18
    Total reviews: 9

    which town are you in? anyway sounds great. i've heard many times on a visit to laos you should drink some Beerlao and relax. can't wait to do it myself in a couple months.

    #2 Posted: 23/10/2006 - 15:47

  • marianwarren

    Joined Travelfish
    12th March, 2006
    Posts: 270
    Total reviews: 13

    Hi sideflip 1

    Mullumbimby is a country town in Northern New South Wales, Australia - 20kms/12miles from Byron Bay - Australia's most easterly point - beautiful mountains/beaches, great surf, cosmopolitan, alternative culture ... what more can I say ... have lived here for 23 yrs and love it.

    Wasn't looking to plug my home region - rather the fact that I was drinking Beerlao and relaxing while still in oz and not SE Asia. 3 weeks to go before we fly to Bangok!

    Ciao

    Marian

    #3 Posted: 23/10/2006 - 16:54

  • kitar_ok

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    10th October, 2006
    Posts: 14

    spam deleted

    #4 Posted: 24/10/2006 - 11:07

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