10 episodes

What is it like to survive a Tsunami? What do you do when your work results in death threats? How do you become a music journalist in Thailand? Where do you end up when you go all the way into Bangkok's red light district?



This podcast takes you into the hidden world of some of the most extraordinary people you meet in Bangkok. Listen to their authentic stories and raw experiences to find out what the gritty reality of expatriate life in Thailand can entail.



Hosted by occasional entrepreneur, amateur actor, reluctant writer and one-time beerathlon champion Karsten Aichholz, this podcast reveals an unseen side of Thailand. Brewed in Bangkok showcases fascinating interviews and off-the-beaten-track insights. It's a unique journey to a foreign land, regardless where you call home.

Brewed in Bangkok | Stories From Thailand's Capital Karsten Aichholz | Expat Entrepreneur, Author and Actor Talking About Life in Thailand

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 9 Ratings

What is it like to survive a Tsunami? What do you do when your work results in death threats? How do you become a music journalist in Thailand? Where do you end up when you go all the way into Bangkok's red light district?



This podcast takes you into the hidden world of some of the most extraordinary people you meet in Bangkok. Listen to their authentic stories and raw experiences to find out what the gritty reality of expatriate life in Thailand can entail.



Hosted by occasional entrepreneur, amateur actor, reluctant writer and one-time beerathlon champion Karsten Aichholz, this podcast reveals an unseen side of Thailand. Brewed in Bangkok showcases fascinating interviews and off-the-beaten-track insights. It's a unique journey to a foreign land, regardless where you call home.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Opibr555 ,

Great podcast

Karsten is a well known entrepeneur in Thailand whose well crafted work has now extended into podcasts. His sessions are informative, casual and great to listen to! Highly recommended.

I recently got a chance to listen to Sukumwit Noir the interview with Jake Needham. It was really interesting and I'm going to read a few of Needham's books now.

Ufroz ,

Former Bangkok expat

What can I say, this podcast is a true gem. If you are looking to hear real stories about Bangkok expats from all walks of life, look no further. This will give you insights that do not exist elsewhere. Also presented in a laid back manner that is thoroughly enjoyable to listen to. More please!

Macaroni Stark ,

Couldn't stop listening

Some fascinating people and a side of Thailand you don't often see.

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