- "Shockingly exotic color of transparent saffron; intensely cereal nose. A few lazy bubbles work their way to the surface, but a mouthful releases a nice explosion of carbonation thatís just downright refreshing. The slightly citrus attack is useful for cutting through larp (Thai minced meat salad with mint) and a bottle or two is absolutely de rigueur for extinguishing more incendiary chile-spiked foods. In my book, the best beer Asia sends our way."
- David Gadd, Patterson's Beverage Journal, May 2005
- Beer Man: Thai beer has lots of flair
"If anything was made to ameliorate the effects of fiery food it is Singha, Thailandís delicious soft, rich lager." more...
- "Singha Beer is a German-style lager, complete with aromatic flourish of continental Hallertau, Perle and Saaz hops. It's ample body (made of 100 percent barley malt) and high-alcohol content for the style (6 percent) give it the depth and strength to pair with full-flavored foods. Its distinctive hop nose helps the beer hold its own against spicy dishes and helps cleanse the palate. And its bright-gold color and structured German drinkability make it an accessible product."
- Kerry J. Byrne, Boston Herald
- "Pale yellow-gold hue. Light aromas of sweet, bready pale malts follow through on a medium-bodied palate with crisp, bittter hops on the finish. This has a great balance of assertive hops that cut through the all-malt mouthfeel. 90 points. Exceptional."
- The beverage Tasting Institute, Beer Lover's Buyers Guide, March 2003