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Coordinates: 6°07′38.2″N 6°45′54.6″E / 6.127278°N 6.765167°E Intafact Beverages Limited is a brewing company based in Onitsha, Anambra State, Nigeria. Since 15 December 2017, it is a subsidiary of International Breweries Plc.
|Founded||Onitsha, Nigeria (December 22, 1971)|
Onitsha, Anambra State,
Number of locations
|1 Brewery (Onitsha)|
|Products||Brewing of Beer and Non-alcoholic Malt drinks|
Number of employees
SABMiller made an initial investment of over US$100m in the Onitsha brewery which was commissioned on 30 August 2012. In 2014 a decision was made to invest US$110 million to increase the current annual capacity from 700 000 to 2.1 million hectolitres.
The brewery produces for brands including Hero Lager, Budweiser, Castle Milk Stout (6%ABV), Grand Malt (non-alcoholic) and Beta Malt (non-alcoholic).
Ownership controversy 2013Edit
A controversy arose in August 2013 about the issue of shares to Next International a company owned by the Anambra state governor Peter Obi. It is also reported that he invested 2 billion Naira of the state money for a 10% stake in the brewery.
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Intafact Beverages Limited produces and markets beer, Hero Lager. The company is based in Onitsha, Nigeria.
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