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Bahamian Brewery & Beverage Invites You to Drink Pink!

Bahamian Brewery and Beverage is ready to heat up the summer with the release of their truly Bahamian Radler – the ‘Sands Pink Radler’.

Sands premium lager mixed with all natural grapefruit juice is sure to be light, fruity, refreshing and the perfect way to enjoy summer weekends in The Bahamas.

“We’re extremely proud to welcome this new product to the Sands family of beers,” said Gary Sands, Bahamian Brewery and Beverage sales executive.  “This new refreshing twist to our Sands beer is sure to be a hit with everyone who loves our truly Bahamian beer, and we hope it’ll be a treat for those who may not be beer drinkers.”

Radler is a German word and it’s commonly known to consist of a 50:50 mixture of beer and sparkling juices. The Pink Radler will carry on the German tradition of quenching the thirst of those looking for something truly Bahamian but with a lower alcohol content. The Sands Pink Radler contains only 2.3% alcohol.

 

Sands Pink Radler will launch on Friday, July 24th in Grand Bahama and Saturday, July...(read more)

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Thursday, July 23, 2015

Grand Bahamians Scull the Boat and Win!

As Grand Bahama is the home of Bahamian Brewery and Beverage, the entire team was thrilled to participate in this year’s regatta as well as see the return of the sculling races at Taino Beach.

“This year we continued our support of the Grand Bahama Regatta, as regattas are a huge part of Bahamian culture,” said Lynden Johnson, Sales Manager at Bahamian Brewery and Beverage.  “Not only did our team support the regatta events, but a great crowd lined the shore for our sculling races which were a thrilling end to the regatta weekend.”

The Brewery team kicked off the regatta weekend with a sculling boat float parade on Thursday that travelled from the Brewery grounds to West End and back into Freeport.  The Sands girls handed out truly Bahamian beers along the way and helped promote the regatta and the sculling race.  As a title sponsor they also hosted a Truly Bahamian Block Party Friday evening at the regatta grounds.

After the regular sailing races ended on Saturday afternoon, it was time to scull the boat.  There were several fierce heats held, with the final race declaring Josh Green victorious, with Richard Ross placing second and Steven Rolle...(read more)

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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

 

 

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