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Heineken sets goal to be carbon neutral in production by 2030
Heineken sets goal to be carbon neutral in production by 2030Article

Heineken has stated a new ambition to decarbonise its production by 2030 and its full value chain by 2040...

15 Apr 2021

Craft brewers battling to survive blanket ban on alcohol
Craft brewers battling to survive blanket ban on alcoholArticle

According to a survey conducted by The Craft Brewers Association of South Africa, the vast majority of local craft brewers don't see themselves surviving the third alcohol ban...

26 Jan 2021

SAB suspends 550 temporary workers as production stagnates
SAB suspends 550 temporary workers as production stagnatesArticle

SAB has had to suspend 550 temporary contract workers across its South African operations, as it navigates the unintended consequences of the third alcohol ban...

25 Jan 2021

Extended alcohol ban pushes craft brewers to the brink of closure
Extended alcohol ban pushes craft brewers to the brink of closureArticle

The third ban on alcohol sales has had a devastating impact on the craft brewing industry...

8 Jan 2021

Bavaria range refreshed with new packaging and can size
Bavaria range refreshed with new packaging and can sizeArticle

Reacting to the growing demand for alcohol-free drinks, Bavaria has expanded its range of 0.0% malt beverages to include a new affordable 500ml can...

4 Dec 2020

#DoBizZA: Buy local, drink responsibly to kickstart craft beer recovery
#DoBizZA: Buy local, drink responsibly to kickstart craft beer recoveryArticle

With tasting rooms shut for months and retail sales restricted, many local breweries have shed jobs, and some have been forced to shut down entirely...

Lauren Hartzenberg 21 Sep 2020

Alcohol ban may spell disaster for industry as job losses loom
Alcohol ban may spell disaster for industry as job losses loomArticle

South Africa's alcohol industry has expressed its disappointment with the government's decision to reinstate the ban on the sale and distribution of alcohol...

13 Jul 2020

South Africa must turn to safer packaging for beer
South Africa must turn to safer packaging for beerArticle

The dangers and illness we have seen in homemade concoctions during Covid lockdown are indicative of what often occurs in the bulk sorghum beer market as well...

Raymond Dube 2 Jun 2020

SAB recycles beer crates to make face shields
SAB recycles beer crates to make face shieldsArticle

SAB is donating 100,000 face shields, made from recycled beer crates, to the Gauteng Health Department...

20 Apr 2020

Sorgho looks to modernise umqombothi with Umoja Beer Powder
Sorgho looks to modernise umqombothi with Umoja Beer PowderArticle

Sorghum malt manufacturer Sorgho intends on modernising the process of making umqombothi, or home-brewed beer, with its Umoja Beer Powder...

17 Sep 2019

2019 South African National Beer Trophy winners
2019 South African National Beer Trophy winnersArticle

The winners of the 2019 South African National Beer Trophy (SANBT) awards were announced in Cape Town earlier this month. The annual event welcomes entries from all breweries across South Africa...

27 Aug 2019

Diageo dedicates $219m to sustainability projects in Africa
Diageo dedicates $219m to sustainability projects in AfricaArticle

Diageo, one of the world's largest producers of spirits and beers, has committed to investing $219million in renewable energy upgrades at 11 of its breweries in Africa...

8 Aug 2019

South Africa's best-loved beers revealed
South Africa's best-loved beers revealedArticle

CBC Amber Weiss has claimed the title of South Africa's Most Loved Beer at the Sunday Times Lifestyle Beer Awards...

5 Aug 2019

SAB launches special #WomensMonth beer
SAB launches special #WomensMonth beerArticle

South African Breweries (SAB) has unveiled a special beer for Women's Month. The limited-edition small-batch beer was designed and brewed by women...

2 Aug 2019

How SAB (almost completely) localised its supply chain
How SAB (almost completely) localised its supply chainArticle

The South African Breweries sources nearly all of its raw materials - used in the brewing process - from local South African suppliers...

31 Jul 2019

Small brewers show how craft principles could reshape the economy - but they're under threat
Small brewers show how craft principles could reshape the economy - but they're under threatArticle

Our economy currently relies heavily on unsustainable industrial principles of mass scale, never-ending growth and throwaway consumerism. The transition to a sustainable economy, then, requires a shift in how we think about production.

Maikel Kuijpers, Catalin Popa and Jochem Kroezen 30 May 2019

AB InBev brewers collaborate on unique fresh hop IPA
AB InBev brewers collaborate on unique fresh hop IPAArticle

South Africa's Newlands Spring Brewing Company and Elysian Brewing Company in the United States have collaborated on the launch of a limited edition special brew called 10,000 Miles Fresh Hop Ale...

29 Apr 2019

Brewing giant Anheuser-Busch acquires Cutwater Spirits
Brewing giant Anheuser-Busch acquires Cutwater SpiritsArticle

Beer giant Anheuser-Busch, a wholly owned subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch InBev, has announced that San Diego-based spirits and canned cocktail company Cutwater Spirits is joining its Beyond Beer portfolio...

26 Feb 2019

It's bottoms up on 2 February for SA National Beer Day
It's bottoms up on 2 February for SA National Beer DayArticle

Beer-lovers across the country will be celebrating the third South African National Beer Day on 2 February this year.

25 Jan 2019

SA's best beers revealed at SANBT 2018
SA's best beers revealed at SANBT 2018Article

The country's best beers were awarded at this year's South African National Beer Trophy competition. It's the largest beer tasting competition in Africa to date with 212 entries and more than 20 judges...

30 Aug 2018

Meet the Maker: Ryan Phillips of BrewCraft
Meet the Maker: Ryan Phillips of BrewCraftArticle

In this week's Meet the Maker, Samantha Snedorf makes her own bathtub gin with BrewCraft's botanical kit and chats to owner, Ryan Phillips to find out a little more about what makes him tick...

Samantha Snedorf 17 Aug 2018

#WomensMonth: Meet the woman behind Signal Gun's craft brews
#WomensMonth: Meet the woman behind Signal Gun's craft brewsArticle

Jéanri Nel was well on her way to becoming a winemaker, until she decided to indulge her love for beer and become a brewer instead...

Lauren Hartzenberg 15 Aug 2018

Local beer brewer extends funding round to accelerate international expansion
Local beer brewer extends funding round to accelerate international expansionArticle

South African beer brand, Drifter Brewing Company, has extended its funding round after seeing an increasing demand for its product abroad, particularly in South Korea...

11 May 2018

Responsiveness, the only way to go for future-fit brands
Responsiveness, the only way to go for future-fit brandsArticle

It's hard for brands to rely on their legacy because modern-day consumers are more open to trying new things. They have access to more information and this has led them to being more empowered and taking on more risks like trying new products...

James Maposa 26 Apr 2018

AB InBev plans to build $100m brewery in Tanzania
AB InBev plans to build $100m brewery in TanzaniaArticle

Global brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) is looking to build a $100 million brewery in Dodoma, Tanzania...

6 Apr 2018

Darling Brew declared carbon neutral
Darling Brew declared carbon neutralArticle

Darling Brew in the Western Cape is the first brewery on the continent to be declared carbon neutral...

4 Apr 2018

New local craft beer brewing to combat food waste and alleviate hunger
New local craft beer brewing to combat food waste and alleviate hungerArticle

Toast Ale South Africa has plans to produce a craft beer that utilises surplus bread from local companies, which would otherwise be discarded...

6 Dec 2017

Heineken begins construction on $100m brewery in Mozambique
Heineken begins construction on $100m brewery in MozambiqueArticle

Heineken has laid the foundation stone of its first brewery in Mozambique, which will brew beers for the domestic market...

4 Dec 2017

Ale and hearty: Brew goes from a Zululand shed to the world
Ale and hearty: Brew goes from a Zululand shed to the worldArticle

The Zululand Brewery, run out of a shed behind the George Hotel in Eshowe, Zululand, is the only South African ale that will be showcased at the JD Wetherspoon...

3 Oct 2017

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#NewCampaign: Castle Lager celebrates local farmers and ingredients with Homegrown campaignArticle

Castle Lager's Homegrown campaign is geared to paying homage to the beer's locally-produced ingredients as well as farmers who make it possible for Castle Lager to be brewed...

27 Sep 2017

DevConf 2018 to include Cape Town
DevConf 2018 to include Cape TownArticle

Developers' conference and exhibition, DevConf, will be held in Johannesburg as well as Cape Town in 2018...

15 Sep 2017

#MediaAlert! Windhoek Beer and Jupiter part ways
#MediaAlert! Windhoek Beer and Jupiter part waysArticle

The Windhoek Beer account is out to pitch after parting ways with advertising agency, The Jupiter Drawing Room Cape Town...

31 Aug 2017

New packaging for Mitchell's Brewery's beers
New packaging for Mitchell's Brewery's beersArticle

Mitchell's, the pride of Knysna and the original South African craft beer, has introduced fresh packaging designs for its beers...

16 May 2017

DevConf 2017 highlights top coding challenges
DevConf 2017 highlights top coding challengesArticle

‘Check your privilege' when coding, or your systems could have negative impacts on billions of people, warned Terri Burns, associate product manager at Twitter...

14 Mar 2017

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SABMiller, AB InBev to increase South African hops production and exportArticle

“We are bringing the brewing world to South Africa because of the huge potential of South African grown hops."

3 Mar 2017

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Japan's Kirin selling Brazilian unit to HeinekenArticle

Japanese brewer Kirin said Monday it would sell its Brazilian unit to Dutch beer giant Heineken for $706 million, citing a "stagnant and competitive" market...

14 Feb 2017

DevConf 2017 to present hottest topics to SA developers
DevConf 2017 to present hottest topics to SA developersArticle

This year, independent developer conference DevConf, will have a bigger venue, broader focus, and 700-strong crowd...

8 Feb 2017

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Why Rupert is "sick of the King code"Article

The Remgro AGM last week, chaired by chairman, Johann Rupert, was worth the cost of the trek out to the Erinvale in Somerset West...

12 Dec 2016

Battling it out with fast-food brands
Battling it out with fast-food brandsArticle

A war is being waged in SA's restaurant and fast-food sector, with major players vying to attract consumers with hot brands as their weapons...

Stafford Thomas 17 May 2016

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US fund plans to plough into African agricultural sectorArticle

1K1V, US-based private capital fund backed by some influential family investors, is on the hunt for opportunities in the sub-Saharan Africa agricultural sector...

26 Nov 2015

[Content Marketing] Is content marketing replacing traditional news media?
[Content Marketing] Is content marketing replacing traditional news media?Article

The pressure that traditional news media finds itself under is clear from the amount of publications, both newspapers and magazines, that are closing down on an almost monthly basis...

Riaan Wolmarans 17 Jul 2015

Lager with a hint of coffee wins student brew-offArticle

A German-style lager with a roasted-coffee-like flavour led five University of Pretoria students to victory this weekend in SA Breweries' Intervarsity Beer Brewing Challenge.

6 Sep 2013

Others likely to follow in SABMiller's footsteps
Others likely to follow in SABMiller's footstepsArticle

HARARE, ZIMBABWE: Other powerhouse commercial beer industry players such as Brandhouse are likely to follow in the footsteps of global brewer‚ SABMiller‚ which has expanded its Chibuku brand into the rest of Africa.

16 Oct 2012

Intervarsity beer brewing competition winners
Intervarsity beer brewing competition winnersArticle

The third Intervarsity Beer Brewing Challenge held at the Stellenbosch Lodge on Saturday 21 August 2010 was won by University of Pretoria, which won in two out of three categories to land the 2010 grand championship. The judging panel was made up of SAB Brewing experts together with members of the Home Brew Club in Cape Town and Johannesburg.

24 Aug 2010

“Impoverished consumers” shun wines, spiritsArticle

Branded wines and spirits maker, African Distillers (Afdis), says consumer “impoverishment” had significantly weakened demand for its products on the Zimbabwean market, where demand for cheap beer has in the past been blamed for turning the country into “a nation of drunkards”.

Sam Hungwe 25 Feb 2009

Local Marula festival to take tips from OktoberfestArticle

A Limpopo delegation has jetted off to the world's biggest beer festival, the Oktoberfest in Germany, to learn the secret of its success.

Gcina Ntsaluba 19 Sep 2007

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