As a major producer and distributor of alcoholic drinks in the country, SP Brewery will continue to work with its customers and stakeholders to promote the responsible service and consumption of alcohol.
SP Brewery’s HR & Corporate Affairs Manager Reg Monagi said this when closing the Training for Intervention Procedures for its customers at Lamana Hotel today.
“This is the first of its kind to be organised and SP Brewery is taking this to the next level to assist alcohol distributors in training their...
As the road to the 2015 Pacific Games continues, SP Brewery announced its support for the ‘Gold Athletes Programme’ with the first three athletes announced under the K1 million in funding. .
The first three athletes to be confirmed for funding support through the Gold Athletes Programme are Betty Burua, Abigail Tere-Apisah and Jack Viyufa. The programme will be a boost towards their preparations to the Pacific Games.
Joining in the announcement of the Gold Athletes Programme, PNGOC’s Secretary General Auvita Rapilla said...
SP Brewery recently opened its new Brewhouse. The K84 million state of the art tower structure will enable the company to pursue its commercial interests in providing a quality product to its customers.
Construction began in 2013 and its completion has been due to the tireless efforts of the Ziemann, Beca, Buhler, China Railway Construction and Meura companies.
SP Brewery’s Board Chairman Sir Joseph Tauvasa KBE, said the company takes its social responsibility and reputation very seriously. He also emphasized that...
SP Brewery is proud to be supporting events and festivals that continue to display, preserve and promoted Papua New Guinea’s unique cultural heritage.
To uphold this commitment, K15,000.00 was presented to the Motu Koita Assembly for the 2014 Hiri Moale. In presenting the cheque, SP Brewery’s Sponsorship and Events Manager Abigail Popoitai confirmed that SP Brewery’s sponsorship is specifically for the the Vanagi A grade competition.
The Hiri Moale Festival begins today and wraps up on Independence Day,...
Heineken has declared September 4th as ‘Enjoy Responsibly Day’. This will see the 165 Heineken breweries in 71 countries including Papua New Guinea mark this important date.
The Enjoy Responsibly Day is to create awareness about drinking alcohol responsibly focusing on drinking water in between alcoholic drinks.
SP Brewery has organised their employees to visit clubs and bars in Port Moresby, Lae, Kokopo and Goroka to promote responsible consumption. They will be sharing responsible consumption...
As part of promoting Enjoy Responsibly Day on September 4, 2014, SP Brewery staff and their families were also given helpful tips on the role alcohol plays in the family setting.
In a lead up to a weeklong of alcohol awareness activities within SP Brewery, the SP Brewery staff compound in Badili participated in a informative session last Saturday 30th August.
The Brewery invited John Indoro from the Burnet Institute to provide alcohol awareness. He is knowledgeable about the health effects of alcohol and he...
Launched last week was the Cool@Work program. Cool@Work is about the responsible consumption of alcohol and in leading a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
The program aims to ensure that SP Brewery staff are aware of the nature and effects of alcohol and how they can get help if they have an alcohol related issue. It further encourages employees to be ambassadors of the company’s brands in consuming responsibly and in taking this knowledge to the wider communities.
Pictured is the Managing Director Stan Joyce with the...
SP Brewery came to the aid of the Tolai Warwagira Mask Festival with K10, 000.00 for the event.
Regional Sales Manager for the New Guinea Islands Richard Baul presented the cheque in Kokopo last week for the four day event that started on Wednesday and ended on Sunday the 20th of July.
SP Brewery has always been a strong supporter of provincial cultural shows with the Warwagira Mask Festival, its biggest in the New Guinea Islands region.
SP Brewery was proud to host the Heineken Family that recently visited Papua New Guinea as part of their Asia Pacific tour.
Since acquiring SP Brewery’s parent company, Asia Pacific Breweries in 2012, the visit was to gather first hand information on the progress of SP Brewery in 2014.
Charlene Heineken de Cavarlho, the only child of Alfred Heineken visited SP Brewery with her husband Michel and youngest son Charles.
The highlight of their visit was a courtesy call on the Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O’Neil...
The South Pacific Export PNG Pukpuk 7s team was told last week to be ambassadors of the sport. In wishing them the best in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, SP Brewery’s Managing Director Stan Joyce, encouraged the team to show good sportsmanship and to play their best.
The team left last Saturday for Glasgow. Pictured is the Managing Director with the South Pacific Export PNG Pukpuk 7s.