Myanmar Brewery will ramp up its beer production capacity by about 10% to keep up with increasing local consumption amid economic growth.
The Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Limited (UMEHL) announced on Thursday that, after being linked to the military for more than two decades, the conglomerate has transitioned into a public company.
Two of Myanmar’s best-loved beer brands, Tiger and ABC Extra Stout, were officially returned to Dutch beer-maker Heineken yesterday after years under the ownership of local giant Myanmar Brewery.
Heineken intends to become the market leader in Myanmar’s beer market by 2020, confident that it can beat local and foreign products in one of the biggest emerging markets in the Asia Pacific region.
Kirin Holdings will begin brewing and selling its flagship Ichiban Shibori beer in Myanmar as early as this month.
Carlsberg Brewery Company has decided to ditch its Burmese “Tu Po” beer label on its Tuborg beer, after the family of a local song composer threatened the Danish brewing company with a lawsuit, the Irrawaddy newspaper reports Friday.
The family of the late Burmese composer Myoma Nyein is preparing a lawsuit against Denmark-based Carlsberg Brewery Company for their use of his Burmese song title on their product, Tuborg beer.
Myanmar is a home for about 55 million people, including many beer lovers. Due to this, Dagon, as the second largest brewery of the country, is developing rapidly and the demand for its products is growing rapidly. In particular for … Continue reading
After a 10-day hiatus, Mojo has re-opened its doors and rebranded its image, from night club to lounge, with the help of Carlsberg beer.
Two well-known beers, Tiger and ABC Stout, are returning to their mother company after two decades with the military-backed Myanmar Brewery, Heineken announced on Wednesday.