The Singha is a Thai lager featuring an ABV of 5°. It is the oldest (created in 1933) and the most popular beer in the country. It is a low-fermented Pils brewed by Pathumthani in Thailand.
The Singha is the result of an ancient brewing process, it is offered to every tourist who has been in Thailand and wishes to remember their awesome moments there. Brewed with quality ingredients such as barley malt, the Singha features a rich range of flavours and aromas and is seasoned by hops. It ideally marries Asian dishes but can also be served as an aperitif in a festive evening.
For the anecdote, "Sing-to" means “Lion” in Thai; that explains the presence of the Thai-looking lion on the white label glittering gold here and there, matching the colour of the beer itself.