EABL reaches out to sorghum farmers ahead of new plant opening

KENYA - East African Breweries Limited (EABL) has intensified its outreach to farmers ahead of a grant opening of a new brewing facility in Kisumu in a bid to achieve a steady supply of the grain. In addition, the East Africa's largest alcohol beverage company seeks to deepen socio-economic benefits, at the same time play…

EABL secures US$125 million loan for second Kenya plant

KENYA - East African Breweries Limited (EABL) has secured a Sh12.5 billion (US$125 million) long-term loan from Standard Bank Group to fund the ongoing construction of its Senator Keg factory in Kisumu. The completion of the factory is expected  to create 110,000 direct and indirect jobs and push sorghum demand from the current 20,000 tonnes…

EABL building Sh300m new spirits line on high demand

KENYA - East African Breweries Limited (EABL) is constructing a Sh300 million spirits line at its Ruaraka headquarters in a bid to meet the growing demand for the brand of beverages. The regional brewer’s new line in Nairobi will have the capacity to produce 22.5 million litres of product annually, enough to meet the double-digit…

KBL targets 15,000 sorghum farmers as brewery set up continues

KENYA - Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL) targets to recruit 15,000 sorghum farmers in the lakeside region ahead of production set to commence next year. The move has already excited small-scale farmers from Kisumu, Homa Bay, Migori, Siaya and Busia counties who intend to start planting the drought-resistant plant as a cash crop. Among other raw…