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FREEPORT, Grand Bahama - While some companies and local residents are still in a recovery mode following the recent passing of Hurricane Matthew, Bahamian Brewery and Beverage Company Limited is expressing confidence in the economic climate of Grand Bahama by announcing a $2 million expansion.
Company President James "Jimmy" Sands made the official announcement during a press conference at the Min...
Commonwealth Brewery Ltd. hosted its inaugural Wine Experience event Saturday December 3, at the National Art Gallery. Wine enthusiasts enjoyed over 70 wines including new arrivals and old favorites like Barefoot, Cakebread, Simi, and Louis Martini. With 6 international wine experts present...
In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, many people were seen doing all that they could to bring help and relief to persons across The Bahamas affected by Hurricane Matthew.
Commonwealth Brewery Managing Director 'Our employees were amazing', 60 CBL employees helped with repairs, many working 7 days a week
Two weeks after Hurricane Matthew tore through southern New Providence with winds of up to 145 mph downing utility poles, tearing off roofs and flooding homes, schools and businesses, the country’s largest publicly-held manufacturing plant, Commonwealth Brewery, was back up and in production, thanks to as many as 60 CBL employees who showed up to help with repairs, working around the clock.
Commonwealth Brewery Limited (CBL) has donated funds to the Bahamas Red Cross, the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and its team members.
A new independent coalition known as the Retail Alcoholic Beverage Association formed against what its members deem a "monopolistic" takeover by Commonwealth Brewery Limited (CBL) in the alcoholic beverage industry in New Providence.
Commonwealth Brewery Limited (CBL) shareholders gave a nod of approval to the momentum and direction of the company, re-electing the full slate of officers that served the publicly-traded manufacturer and distributor of beer, wine and spirits during fiscal 2015.
Commonwealth Brewery Limited unifies its 55+ retail locations and brand identity with new name and look
The Bahamas’ largest and oldest wines and spirits distributor, Commonwealth Brewery Limited, announced that its retail locations have undergone a total brand revision in favour of a new identity that better reflects its strong cultural ties and unites its retail presence across the country.
Commonwealth Brewery Ltd. (CB) yesterday announced that its subsidiary, Burns House Ltd., has lost its four-decade distribution agreement with the largest brewer in the world, Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev), while rumors circulate that CB's chief competitor Bahamian Brewery and Beverage Company has acquired the distribution rights.