In Thailand, home brewing or small-batch beer brewing remains as illegal today as it was in 1933 when the launch of Boon Rawd Brewery (Singha Beer) laid the foundation for a monopolised domestic industry. Yet, in the past few years, a craft beer rebellion, lead by an eccentric cast of home brewers, has altered the landscape of Thailand's drinking culture. Almost all Thai craft beer are technically home brew, no matter how the end product is defined, making beer in the kitchen breaks the local laws. Despite facing fines and jail time for pursuing their passion, home brewers have made Thai beer more diverse and delicious than ever. You can taste some of Thailand's best bootlegs here in this collection.