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Asmara Beer Factory begins production of canned brewery for export

Asmara Beer Factory begins production of canned brewery for export - Photo Credit: Seble Ephrem 



By Shabait

Asmara Beer Factory has begun production of canned brewery for export through introducing a machinery for canning the product.

Mr. Yohannes Habte, Manager, stated that the machinery is aimed at producing beer for export purpose, and thereby create foreign currency earnings for the factory. The plant is in a position to produce 1,800 canned beers per hour.

The Minister of Tourism, Ms. Askalu Menkerios, presided over the launching ceremony today.





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50 comments:

  1. Here is look'n at you; Asmara!

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  2. Very proud of you as always!

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  3. What an accomplishment. 24 years and we have a canned beer. Just marvelous. It's like Sputnik all over again.

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  4. Really? You call this news? Beer export?
    Wow.. Congratulations eritrea, you will now export drugs, misery to other Eritreans/ people (and make money of it too).

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  5. it shows the domestic market is shrinking!eritreans going to buy beer and drink in the nation are coming to null.the factory is struggling not to be closed.that is why it is trying to export the chep beer,with a negligible foren currency!Oh isayas you are now already killed the country!

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  6. destructive and ignoble emotion and nothing good can come of it

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  7. Congratulations- it is a sign of normalizaion /.. back to a usual state / condition.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B8q5pXgIAAIAwqk.jpg

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  8. ደም ጠጭው! ☹
    ሽንት ያስጨልጥህና !!!!

    ቡዳነትክን እንዲያበርድልህ፣ "በደሊ" ታሽጎ እስኪመጣልህ፣ ASMARA BEER ን በፎቶ እያየህ ስትቋምጥ ቆይ።

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  9. Asmara Birra aka Meloti was founded in 1938, way before many countries in the WORLD. We should have been the world leader in beer production if the company was not mismanaged by the Junta in Asmara. It is too late to compete with so many other beer manufacturers now.

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  10. I wish the government would really encourage foreign investment (especially Eritrean Diasporas) via seminars and workshops. I can't see why Eritrea can not build hundreds of new factories in the coming decade to export goods to Euro/Asia. Think of how many jobs and opportunities that would create. We must take advantage of our strategic region and create a entrepreneurial spirit in the country. ERI-TV is needs to play a role in promoting success and new entrepreneurs in the country. Who knows in five years, Eritrea might even produce 10-15 beer brands after learning from the success of Asmara Brewery.

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  11. And you had 3,000 years where has that lead you, buddy?

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  12. I'd definitely be interested to invest... my money is on the "Can Do" people of Eritrea. Matter of fact, I'm visiting Eritrea in May and and preparing a Letter of Intent for a new heavy duty machine factory in Massawa via a strategic partnership. My banks in the U.S. and Africa are studying the political climate a little further, then we're designing and building. I believe once normalization takes effects 2015-2016, Eritrea will experience double digit growth through 2025. That's my personal observation.

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  13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQziKuD380w

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  14. it took us 24 years to put beer in a can and 99% of the people dont even have water to drink...great!!

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  15. It led us to 7 beer factories and 3 are coming with a month or two

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  16. http://inthebunch.co.za/2015/01/berge-en-dale-title-a-first-for-eyob/

    Berge en Dale title a first for Eyob

    JANUARY 31, 2015 BY COETZEE GOUWS

    The MTN-Qhubeka feeder team’s Metkel Eyob showed good early season form as he soloed to victory in the Action Ford Berge en Dale Classic, presented by Optimum Financial Services, near Krugersdorp on Saturday.

    http://inthebunch.co.za/itb/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Untitled9.png

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B8rpbsWCcAAo3Jl.jpg:large

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  17. Coming to Restaurants near you.....Great news, great way to earn foreign currency. And may I say the package/logo looks great.

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  18. That is the sad truth Geee. God have mercy on us.

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  19. I want the distribution rights to Italy : - )

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  20. Look at the population gap idiot. Off course you may have more, we're a productive nation. You have 94 million thirsty people. At least give them clean water besides beer, you fool. No wonder life expectancy there is 49 and ours is 65yrs and counting ;-) Go to school, kid!

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  21. Water is abundant in Eritrea. Have a nice day!

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  22. ጫትን ማሪዋናን ካአኒ ጽንሕ ኢልና፡እንታይ ጌዴሴና ጥዖና ህዝቢ፡ሴኽራማት፡ኣእምሮ ኬሜይ ጌሩ ጹቡቅ ጌሩ ክሴርሕ እንድሕሪ ብሜርዜማዊ ሜስቴ ቴታሊሉ።አልኮላዊ ሜስቴን ህግደፍን ኔጻ ኤርትራ።

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  23. TO all low IQ agames and kedemti,
    How many times do we need to tell you that our priority is FOOD SECURITY; whatever extra barley we produce ,it is our choice whether to brew it or feed it to our horses .

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  24. Would be marvelous if the fishery industry began in tandem with this initiative to a local market first and then for export, i'm sure the out-put would be successful, in EU countries eating fish is a sign of privileged class, we need to start to exploit it.

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  25. "The plant is in a position to produce 1,800 canned beers per hour." Do you think this number translate to market shrinking. Let me repeat it ,

    "The plant is in a position to produce 1,800 canned beers per hour." Do you think this number translate to market shrinking?

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  26. Alla Berhane, you call producing canned beer a sign of normalization.....

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  27. How is it possible the expansion of a product for export is deemed as "market shrinking? Come on, you could do better than that and there is no need to show us your ignorance. Grow up, and if you cannot accept this good news, then it is better for you to shut up. There is no need to show you empty brain,


    Then again, it is OK if you show us your empty brain. After all, with a desperado and a fool like you who needs another HASUS, damn fools at that.

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  28. Don't worry boy, that will happen after the withdrawal of Weyane from our sovereign land.

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  29. Indeed, there is a potential for millions if not billions of $$$.

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  30. Melloti Birra plant “is in a position to produce 1,800 canned beers per hour” for export. Not to the Arab World, but African countries all the way to South Africa. The market shall include South Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Malawi, Zambian Zimbabwe, Mozambique, South Africa, and Nambia.

    Who is to introduce Meloti Birra to these countries ? Of course, the Ambassadors, the Eritreans in these countries.

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  31. Unless you simply deny it, the sad fact is that after almost a quarter of a century, most of our people don't have access to safe potable water. Have a nice day!!

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  32. A exporting beer to a few countries in the region is big news for shaboon loser. Remember when Eritrean (Failing) Airlines leased a twenty year old airbus from Ukraine, it was celebrated by the losers here as if the sky is the limit. But then again for the flop national carrier Failing Airlines, leasing one old plane from eastern europe means doubling your fleet overnight doesn't it? Lol poor shaboons, they even cheered when Fly Olympic entered the Eritrean market. Remember that shameful episode just a few months ago. It was proof that Eritrea is on the way up and sanctions were fruitless. Then just one month later Fly Olympic went bankrupt and hundreds of Eritreans were stranded and failed to get their money back. I predict that this so episode will end in failure as well. The Eritrean people are industrious and hard working and could easily transform the country into a modestly prosperous nation. The dictator in chief however is determined to do anything he can to frustrate the country's growth.

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  33. http://www.betsudai.com/img/brand01.jpg

    http://www.japantimes.co.jp/sports/2015/02/01/more-sports/track-field/estifanos-triumphs-at-beppu-oita/#.VM4Wf9KG9A0
    Estifanos triumphs at Beppu-Oita

    KYODO

    FEB 1, 2015


    OITA – Eritrea’s Tewelde Estifanos triumphed while Hiroki Kadota came runnerup for the top finish for Japan in the Beppu-Oita Marathon on Sunday.

    Estifanos, who broke away from Kadota ahead of the 33-km mark, crossed the tape in 2 hours, 10 minutes, 18 seconds on the 42.195-km marathon course from Takasakiyama/Umitamago in Oita to Oita City Athletic Stadium.

    Kadota clocked 2:10:46, and countryman Hiroyuki Yamamoto was third in 2:11:48, holding off defending champion Abraham Kiplimo of Uganda who finished fourth in 2:12:23.

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  34. Melloti Birra plant “is in a position to produce 1,800 canned beers per hour” for export.

    Not to the Arab World, but African countries all the way to South Africa. The market shall include South Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Malawi, Zambian Zimbabwe, Mozambique, South Africa, and Namibia.

    Who is to introduce Meloti Birra to these countries ? Of course, the Ambassadors, the Eritreans in these countries.

    In the country you are living, declare a specific date, and call it Meloti Day and invite your African friends for a taste of Meloti Beer,

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  35. I sure like your business plan!

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  36. It is the same story we hear every day at EDAGA ENUDAT, at the corner of Broadway and 18th Street. Grow up there is no need to tell us about your desperate world.
    With desperado like you, I sure like to see you and kind pull their hair every time Eritrea shine. Every time Eritrea shines, here we go the toothless barking dog at EDAGA ENUDAT, Please, do not make your self a laughing stock of the mature Eritrean public. Please, even if you are to write "doom and gloom" about Eritrea, do your best to give it a 24 hour shelf-life,

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  37. Here is the thing HGDEF hates investors and educated Eritrean. There were several investment conference for couple of years ago, with a lot of propaganda but nothing happened. Which serious investor will invest in a country without rule of law (constitution). HGDEF forced rich Eritrean to leave the country and they are now investing their money in S.Sudan, Uganda, Angola etc. They know this maffia regim very well and wont return until real change happens in Eritrea (the removal of the dictator).

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  38. When will this factory close as the rest of Eritrean factories because of the mismanagement of the mafia regime?. Belive me it is just a matter of time.

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  39. Dams every where; reservoirs every where; check dam and diversion canals every where, wells and pumping stations every where; drinking water supply and distributions systems every where; and that is the truth. Time for you to head home and witness the truth on the ground


    Please, if you are to lie, for the sake of the few you are trying to misinform and mislead, could you, at the very least, try to give your lie a 24 hour "shelf-life". Please do not let down the few you are trying to misinform and do not be your own worst enemy.

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  40. Dams every where; reservoirs every where; check dam and diversion canals every where, wells and pumping stations every where; drinking water supply and distributions systems every where; and that is the truth. Time for you to head home and witness the truth on the ground

    Please, if you are to lie, for the sake of the few you are trying to misinform and mislead, could you, at the very least, try to give your lie a 24 hour "shelf-life". Please do not let down the few you are trying to misinform and do not be your own worst enemy.



    By the way,here is 23 years old country, a baby by comparison, teaching the Africans how built a nation brick by brick. That is the truth and no can bury the truth.


    Next time, try your best to give your lie a 24 hours shelf-life. Do not forget, you are dealing with the mature and advanced Eritrean public.

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  41. With Eritreans, the 'Ambassadors", in these identified market countries, it will need only a year for Meloti Bear to be the lead drink. Who needs a advertisement, while the Ambassadors shall be there in the front line of distribution and promotion. The key words are 'ambassadors" , "distribution" and "promotion". Then again, you do not have the brains to understand these words and their power. Stay in the hood for a short time and you will understand what I am saying.

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  42. You said it cane, local market with sufficient production and then export it, there's great potential earning some good money.

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  43. Witnessing eyes and citizens who don't want to live in illusions and denials anymore are also everywhere these days.

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  44. HIDROM, what you are saying would work if we were in 1960 but unfortunately we are in 2015. I guess you have not woke up from coma.

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  45. Mr. Eripower do you know how foreign investors start business with other country? They consider no. of people to evaluate that country economy and appropriate policy peace and stability and so on.
    In this criteria Ethiopia is one of the best destination for foreign investors. Let me two of the most known beer factory in the world who invest in Ethiopia they are Heineken and Diego. have you seen the diffrence b/n Ethiopia and Eritrea in the foreign investors acceptance?

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  46. OK I will go to Sawa, the prestigious university. lol

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