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  • Africa's growing thirst for craft beer
  • Africa's growing thirst for craft beer
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Africa's growing thirst for craft beer

Two-thirds of the alcohol consumed in Africa is home-brewed, yet beer companies are seeing their market increase year on year. As the continent’s economy is growing, Africans are looking for quality beer – could it be the next emerging market for craft beers?

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