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Occupying a huge space in 72 Courtyard, it’s one of the first spots you’ll notice as you approach the dining compound. Offering 20 beers from all over the world on tap, you can’t really say no to the place. Here, you can find everything from lager (such as Menabrea from Italy) to stout (Modern Times Black House, for example) to ale (like Hitachino Nest Red Rice from Japan). You can also go for something simple like Hoegaarden or go hard with Schneider Weissem, the brew with with the highest ABV at 8.2 percent. Portions are available in various sizes: half pint, pint or two- to four-liter beer towers.
Most of the food is Thai but there is a bit of Western fare mixed in. Popular plates include Mini Wings (B180), grilled mix sausage with mashed potato and pickles (B290) and hickory slow-smoked ribs seasoned with fish sauce and coconut sugar syrup (B340).
If the weather isn’t cooperating, hole up inside and enjoy interiors inspired by a beer hall. From long wooden tables to graffiti on the walls, this place is a comfortable and relaxing contrast to the busy Thonglor nightlife outside.
But the highlight at Beer Belly is the enjoyment of friendly rivalry over a variety of games. You have pool and ping pong tables (with the availability of beer pong, of course), a dart board, as well as Jenga and chess to keep you busy all night long.