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Eritrea issued first canned Asmara beer for international trade

By Tajuddin
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Jan 31st, 2015
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New beer canning production line of the Asmara Beer Factory. Image/Shabait

New beer canning production line of the Asmara Beer Factory. Image/Shabait

Asmara ( DIPLOMAT.SO) – The Asmara Beer Factory has begun producing canned beer for export after investing in a beer canning production line.

The company implemented the new production line aiming to export Asmara beer straight from Asmara to our living rooms and thereby create foreign currency earnings for the factory.

Now take a deep breath, because the plant can produce up to 1,800 canned beers per hour, according to Shabait.

The Asmara Brewery was founded in 1939 in Asmara, Eritrea.

The current site of the factory was previously used as a depot of road construction materials and was set up by Eng. Luigi Melotti, an Italian National, who came to Eritrea during the Italian colonial period as an expert in road construction.

Initially, the factory started with producing liquor products based on rudimentary technology.

Over the years, the Brewery went through major developments, in terms of product quality improvement, diversification and plant capacity expansion and modernization, to cater for Eritreans who love their beer which is named after their capital.

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2 Responses to “Eritrea issued first canned Asmara beer for international trade”

  1. Tesfu Kbrom says:

    The problem is the plant did not satisfy the needs of the domestic market. In Eritrea everything is done not to satisfy the needs of the people but to gain hard currency. It is very amazing to try export beer while the populace have no bread and potable water. The dictator has said people must go to where water can be found when asked about the scarcity of water. Such is the paradox in poor Eritrea.

  2. Michael says:

    HGDF you are always words but words will not change this country unless you open your head to open a dialogue with your people before further destruction