With the Kampala Beer Festival around the corner, the organizers behind the highly anticipated event held a media launch yesterday at Yujo, Japanese restaurant.
According to Thecla, La ‘Tenak International representative, they pride in bringing the legitimate Ugandan beer experience and heritage to the initiated and the uninitiated reveler.
‘We were able to give our people an opportunity to interact with the producers and distributors of our own locally brewed beer and get a taste of some of the foreign froths, Thecla said.
She further added,
‘The Kampala beer festival is about our pride and heritage as Ugandans who love a good beer and also at the same time give an opportunity to the visitors of the pearl of Africa an appreciation of our celebrated beer brands.’
‘As La’ Tenak international Ltd, we are happy to contribute to the promotion of Uganda in another social light by fronting the beer heritage in Uganda.’
With the event slated for November 28th at the Uganda museum grounds, all roads will definitely lead to the grounds the day.
As the Kampala beer festival continues to grow they endeavor to shine a light on a social cause affecting the community. Last year they fronted the ‘don’t drink and drive’ campaign, this time round they partnered with not for sale Ale. Not for sale beer is a non-governmental organization that is fighting human trafficking and recognizing the dangers and pain that has been inflicted on families. The reason for the partnership was to bring home the dangers of this act and to support all those who are in the business of rescuing these people.