Namibia Economist (Windhoek)

Namibia: Castle Brewing Unveils New Cans

Catering to the popularity of larger cans, Castle Brewing this week launched a range of new 440ml canned Castle Brewing products at Joe's Beerhouse in Windhoek.

Managing Director of Castle Brewing Namibia, Kobus Bruwer said that all SABMiller brands represent a consitency that has spanned two centuries. "115 years ago, Castle Lager was brewed for the first time using the finest ingredients and [it] still adheres to the finest quality standards in terms of ingredients and the brewing process," he said.

Taking heed of consumer trends and needs, it was decided to launch a wide range of 440ml canned beer brands in Namibia in addition to the highly successful launch of Castle Draught can in September 2012. The range will now also include Castle Lager, Carling Black Label, Castle Lite and Carling Black Label Draught.

The cans will be available in units , six -pack and cases of 24, making it easy and convenient for beer lovers across the country to enjoy their favourite Castle Brewing brand . The cans are also said to be environmentally friendly as they are 100% recyclable.

The range of drinks is available for trade as from 18 February at selected stores.

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