Keith Nuthall
GUINNESS UDV is perfecting the brewing of Guinness and Kilkenny at Namibian Breweries with an eye to allowing the south west African brewer to offer these brands under licence to the regional markets of Namibia, Botswana and South Africa.

The Guinness and Kilkenny brands available in South Africa are at present imported from the UK, which works out to be more cost effective than importing from other African Guinness breweries due to the logistical challenges of transport routes around the continent.

Guinness UDV managing director ...

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