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I got thirsty too! Ha! I did not know all this, thanks Davy

That's why sometimes I like an Ale and sometimes a Lager. I also like to take my time when having a beer, like wine, sipped not poured down the throat.

Fifty years ago the Heineken Beer company looked at reshaping its beer bottle to be useful as a building block. It never happened, so Buddhist monks from Thailand's Sisaket province took matters into their own hands and collected a million bottles to build the Wat Pa Maha Chedi Kaew temple. It puts every other bottle building we have shown to shame. 

Even the washrooms and the crematorium are built of bottles, a mix of green Heineken and brown local Chang beer.

arty shot through bottles

detail of roof

the pattern work is quite intricate

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