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Cheers Around The World

Thailand – “Chon gâew”

Our Cheers Around the World series is a celebration to those cultures across the globe and their expression of goodwill through the ceremonial clink. Next stop: Thailand!

Leah Nguyen

March 22, 2022

KEY TAKEAWAYS

Notable drink: Beer

Thailand has hot food, hot beaches, and hot nightlife, all of which are sure to raise your temperature. One of the most popular ways to cool down is with Thai beer. Singha and Chang are the biggest names in Thai beer, and it’s hard to say which is more popular: Chang is popular with tourists and served in many restaurants, while Singha is more popular in bars and well-known outside Thailand. They’re both refreshing lagers, perfect for cooling down while eating spicy food or sitting on sunny beaches. Both are made with European hops, in traditional European methods, but the flavors are singularly Thai—inspired by native flora, spices, and sweetness.

If you’re ever in Thailand, be sure to follow these social drinking norms:

Be a hospitable drinking companion.

Before making the first drinks, it’s polite to put ice in everyone else’s glasses. As the night goes on, Thais often refill each other’s glasses as they get low. If you go to refill your own glass, offer to refill everyone else’s, too. And, of course, before every drink be sure to Cheers! your glasses together with a “chon gâew!” which literally means “hit glass.”

Pair your drinks with food.

It’s rare to drink in Thailand without pairing it with food. In fact, eating throughout the night is almost expected, as it helps avoid drunken behavior – which is frowned upon in Thai culture.
Order some shareables for the table and snack in between sips
to stay at a good pace!

Order for the table.

When going out in groups, Thais typically order a whole bottle of spirits, with ice & mixers, so they can make and share drinks at the table rather than go up to a busy bar again and again. You might also find groups with “bucket drinks” (plastic sand buckets filled with booze) or beer towers in the middle to share.

Order for the table.

When going out in groups, Thais typically order a whole bottle of spirits, with ice & mixers, so they can make and share drinks at the table rather than go up to a busy bar again and again. You might also find groups with “bucket drinks” (plastic sand buckets filled with booze) or beer towers in the middle to share.

Bangkok’s Secret Bar Scene

Some don’t appear on GPS. Not many know they’re there. In the loud, pulsating city of Bangkok, more bartenders are opening secret bars to escape the noise. For true cocktail lovers, these hidden gems offer an intimate experience between you, your drink, your bartender, and a handful of other adventurous patrons. You just have to follow the clues and get there first. Think you can get in?

Mai Thai: A Thailand twist on a classic cocktail

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Add the Grand Mariner and 1 of Thai chile peppers into a shaker and lightly muddle.
  2. Add the rum, lime juice, pineapple juice, coconut milk, and ice to the shaker and mix for 20 seconds.
    Strain into a glass filled with ice. Garnish with a fresh pineapple slice.
  3. “Chon gâew!"

References

About Cheers

Cheers is the leading alcohol-related health brand focused on developing products that support your liver and help you feel great the next day. As a student at Princeton, Cheers’ founder Brooks Powell discovered the potential advantage of incorporating the natural plant extract Dihydromyricetin (DHM) into an after-alcohol consumption regimen and began working with his professors to make products that addressed the unique challenges of alcohol-related health. . Since its official launch in 2017, Cheers has sold more than 13 million doses  to over 300 thousand customers. The research-backed line of products includes three versions of supplemental pills and powders – Restore, Hydrate and Protect. Cheers is now releasing read-to-drink versions of their products—starting with Cheers Restore. Each product is equipped to meet different health needs such as rehydration, liver support, and acetaldehyde exposure. Cheers places an equal emphasis on the responsibility and health aspects of its mission and vision. The brand’s mission is bringing people together by promoting fun, responsible, and health-conscious alcohol consumption. The vision is a world where everyone can enjoy alcohol throughout a long, healthy, and happy lifetime. For more information, visit cheershealth.com or join the social conversation at @cheershealth.

Whatever you may be drinking, always remember to “Chon gâew!”