Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Chang to get the season started.

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As the football season has just begun the boys have gone football mad well Everton mad to be precise. Both Daddy and big J are big Everton Fans and have just purchased the new kits and Daddy has been enjoying the Everton sponsor Chang beer.
 

 Chang is a Thai beer that became so popular for its unique quality it became the number one selling Thai beer in its home country.

Due to the popularity of the brand Chang was exported to other countries worldwide and became the sponsor for the football club Everton.


Daddy is a fan of Chang and has had a pint when watching Everton play at home. It is available to buy within the Goodison Park on match days and can also be found in supermarkets to enjoy at home.


Chang is recognised by its Elephant symbols, in fact Chang actually means Elephant in Thai.
 
The Elephant represents superior strength and mental capacity and the two white elephants on the bottle symbolise happiness, harmony and prosperity.
 
Chang have created a Beertails this summer and you can view below my favourite of the recipes perfect for end of summer BBQs
 
 The Grain and Grape

 

30ml Chang Beer syrup (see below)
25ml gin
25ml Muscat dessert wine
Two dashes of orange blossom water
Garnish: Lemon zest

Method: Stir all ingredients in a mixing glass and serve in a chilled 5½ oz coupette
 
Chang syrup recipe
 
1 bottle of Chang Beer
150g palm sugar

Method: Reduce the Chang Beer to 250ml on a high heat and add the sugar.
 
If you fancy having a try at a delicious Thai recipe to go with your beertail you can view Chang Beer's Thai food guide at www.changbeer.com
 
  *we were sent chang to try - any thoughts above are our own*
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6 comments

  1. Hey, I never tried Chang and with my wheat intolerance, I probably never will. Great review!

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  2. I can't say I'm a fan of beer, or football for that matter but my other half would probably like it :)

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  3. I'm not a beer drinker at all but I am sure my other half would love this! :)

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  4. I'm not a beer drinker myself!

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  5. Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy26 August 2014 at 18:24

    I love Thai beer!

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  6. I am not a beer drinker but have a husband who brews his own beer. Never heard of Chang but the beertail sounds Amazing - I will give your recipes a try. Thanks

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