Competition: Win a cookery class for two worth £250 with Chang Beer

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In celebration of Thai New Year, known as Songkran, Chang Beer is offering one Everyday Man reader the chance to win a place on a Thai cookery class at renowned culinary school Food at 52 on Tuesday 11th March. The lucky winner and a friend will take part in a hands-on class worth £250 to learn about combining spices to create aromatic and mouth-watering Asian cuisine, all washed down with a few bottles of crisp and refreshing Chang Beer.

In Thai, the word Chang means elephant – a symbol of happiness, harmony and prosperity. Made using the finest quality malt, hops and deep well water, Chang Beer is brewed using a unique blend of ingredients to match the spicy flavours of traditional Thai cuisine. Complex aromas of smoky peaty green apples and vanilla, along with a full-bodied flavour and light citrus notes, make it the perfect accompaniment to the exotic tastes and textures of Asian cuisine.

To be in with a chance of winning, just answer the following question:


What does Chang mean in Thai?

  1. Camel
  2. Elephant
  3. Sheep




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Terms and Conditions:

  • The giveaway will run until Sunday 2nd March 2014 0:00 GMT
  • Any entries received or processed after the closing date will not be accepted
  • Only one entry is allowed per person
  • Entrants must be 18 or over
  • UK residents only
  • Winner must be able to make their own way to London.  No travel or accommodation is included in the prize.
  • The winner will be selected randomly
  • No cash or other alternative is available to the prize
  • By entering you consent to The Everyday Man & Chang keeping you up to date with future offers and news
  • If the winner cannot be contacted within 24 hours of the prize draw, The Everyday Man reserves the right to conduct another prize draw to determine a new winner


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