Delta postpones Castle Lager National Braai Day. The Castle Lager National Braai Day Postponement! The Castle Lager National Braai Day activation which was scheduled for the 25 to the 26th of October 2019 at Old Hararians Sports Club in Harare has been postponed to a date to be advised.
Further communication on tickets already bought for the event will follow in due course. Any inconvenience caused is sincerely regretted.
Delta Corporation is involved, through its principal subsidiary Delta Beverages, in the brewing of lager and traditional beer and the bottling of soft drinks under license from the Coca Cola Company. It operates one of the largest distribution networks of depots and delivery fleets in Zimbabwe.
The Company has a significant interest in Schweppes Zimbabwe which manufactures still and juice drinks under the Coca-Cola franchise. Delta Beverages is the country’s leading brewer with more than 15 beer brands and some 4,000+ employees across the country.
The group’s portfolio includes Castle, Carling Black Label, Chibuku, Chibuku Super, Castle Lite, Redd’s and Castle Milk Stout as well as leading local brands such as Golden Pilsener and Zambezi.
Its associate entity African Distillers is the leading producer of wines, spirits and ciders. It is the majority shareholder in Nathrew Ple, the LuSE listed traditional beer business in Zambia. Delta Corporation is an associate of AB InBev, the world’s largest beer company Enquiries Patricia Murambinda (DELTA CORPORATION Corporate Affairs Executive) [email protected] Cell: +263712614139
Source – Pindula News
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