Accra Brewery Limited (ABL), Ghana’s premier beverage manufacturer, has hosted the Ghana Chapter of the Beers Rotarians Enjoy Worldwide (BREW) fellowship of Rotary International at its premises, exposing them to its beer making process dubbed ‘from grain to glass’.
The BREW fellowship fosters and encourages fellowship between and among Rotarians of all nations who have love for Beer and it operates in accordance with the Rotary International policy. The event dubbed ‘Brewers Brunch’ is in line with ABL’s ambition to create a sociable world were its products are developed, marketed and consumed responsibly.
The event was an interactive one and included a tour of the new ultra-modern multi-million dollar bottling plants which were inaugurated in February, this year by President John Mahama
The event host, ABL’s Brew Master, Andras Nemeth, stated “We will endeavour to make beer the natural choice for the moderate and responsible drinker”.
Brew members taste the beer directly from the tank
He also stressed ABL’s position that alcohol consumption is for adults and adds to the enjoyment of life for the overwhelming majority of consumers.
“ABL is a company that gives back to the society in which it operates. That has been the compelling reason in opening our doors to members of the fellowship to interact with us and see for themselves how our beer is made” added Andras Nemeth.
The President of the BREW Fellowship Moses Aryee commended the company for investing millions of dollars in the new plant so as to generate more jobs as well as meet the growing demand for ABL products.
“It is very refreshing to be given the opportunity to see at first hand the beer producing process. It is an eye-opening experience we relish and we are grateful for this rare opportunity” he noted.
Accra Brewery has been a major player in the Ghanaian alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage industry since 1931 and offers a wide variety of brands such as Club Premium Lager, Castle Milk Stout, Stone Lager and Eagle Lager, which have become strong favourites of Ghanaian consumers.