Stone Strong Lager wins Monde Quality Award for the third time, Ghana
MyJoyOnline.com - Jul 18th, 10:53
Stone Strong Lager, one of Accra Brewery’s flagship beer brands, has won a Gold Award for product and quality at the recently held Monde Selection Awards on May 31, in Stockholm, Sweden.
This is the third consecutive year that Stone Strong Lager has won a Monde Gold, thereby confirming the endorsement of the world’s most prestigious quality awards institute. Notably, Stone is the only Ghanaian beer brand to have ever won a Monde quality award.
Reputed to be the oldest and most representative organisations in the field of product quality selection in the world, Monde Selection is an independent international Institute for Quality Selections, founded in 1961 in Brussels, Belgium. The institute attracted nearly 3,000 entries from some 80 countries from every continent around the globe this year. Stone Strong Lager won its third consecutive Gold Award in recognition of consistency in taste and its superior quality.
It was selected for the award by a jury of Monde Selections, and judges made up of experts in brewing and fermentation technology, professional tasters and chemical engineers, most of whom have been participating in the selection process for over 25 years.
Commenting on the award, Greg Metcalf, Managing Director of Accra Brewery remarked, “Stone’s recognition has once again showcased our fanatical attention to quality at the highest international standards.
He added, “Winning this award for the third time is a testimony of our consistency in top-notch quality.”
Marketing Director of Accra brewery Limited, Mike Olsen, stated, “Stone Strong Lager is one of the company’s flagship beer brands, offering a rich satisfying taste and superior quality. It is specially brewed for urban males celebrating their achievements and inner strength. This award is a symbol of such character”.
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