South African Breweries (SAB) has reaffirmed its dedication to promoting responsible drinking with the introduction of Corona Cero, a non-alcoholic beer option. This launch aligns with the growing global trend of mindful alcohol consumption and caters to consumers seeking flavorful alternatives without the effects of alcohol.

 

What could be more loving than breakfast in bed with a serving of chocolate and beer deep-fried to donut or doughnut perfection?

 

Corona is the first major beer company to adopt edible 6-pack rings that feed, rather than kill, fish.

 

Beer brand Corona has launched its new 440ml cans in South Africa. The brand has launched Corona Extra in the new 440ml cans, which are larger in size, providing a more refreshing and satisfying experience for beer lovers.

 

Think of all the reasons to enjoy a beer. There’s the obvious: after a hard day’s work, it tastes like the liquid equivalent of a high-five….so true!

 

Casinos and roulette have become a source of entertainment for millions of players and part of popular culture.

 

Back in 2007, long before “craft beer” became a local phenomenon, Ross and Meghan McCulloch took a giant leap of faith. The duo, who crossed paths in Vancouver while working in the wine industry, were captivated by Canada’s growing craft beer scene. Recognising a golden opportunity in Ross’s native South Africa, they packed up and relocated to Cape Town. Fuelled by sheer passion and a shoestring budget, they set about introducing South Africa to craft beer.

 

Creating craft beer evokes a sense of pride for most people. It takes skill and the right tools to make beer.  However, as the equipment needed for the process becomes cheaper and easier to operate, craft beer culture has blossomed into a multi-billion dollar industry.

 

Drinking beer at home or while traveling has always been a great experience. However, storing the beer for later consumption or taking it along with you to share with friends has not been so great. According to Beer Snobs, cans and bottles are the most common ways to store and transport beer that we have seen for many years.

 

As craft beer continues to take the beverage industry by storm, it brings an endless palette of flavors, inventive brewing techniques, and a renewed appreciation for the artistry behind beer making. Craft beer brewers are pushing boundaries, reinventing old classics, and even fusing beer with unexpected elements, such as cannabis.