BANGKOK — Miss the Boy and the beer? It’s back.
Just opposite its former home in Chinatown, the small bar that made a big buzz among passionate beer geeks two years ago is coming back to town.
For what it’s calling Resurrection Day, Let The Boy Die will open its doors anew again on Thursday just across the road from its former location on Luang Road.
For Thursday’s opening event, organizers say it will be stocked with new experimental formulas from local craft breweries including Nectar Brewery, Taopiphop Ale Project, Devanom, Mahanakhon Brewery, Blaney’s and more.
About a year after the original Let The Boy Die opened in October 2015, it decided to shut down following numerous police raids. The owner is architect-turn-brewmaster Pipattanaphon “Pieak” Poompho, who also owns the Goldencoins Taproom in the Ekkamai area.
Let The Boy Die is on Luang Road between Phlap Phla Chai and Yukol 2 roads in Chinatown. Its grand opening starts at 5pm on Feb. 16.