There’s a fox on the loose
Oct 4th 2011, 14:44
This clever mix of classic ginger beer – always a firm favourite - with a naughty twist, is guaranteed to liven up the coming festive season.
Hooch knows that South Africans love their ginger beer and thought they’d love it even more with a bit of zing. So they’ve introduced South Africa’s first ever alcoholic ginger beer.
With the great South African summer just around the corner and its promise of long, warm days, braai’s, sundowners and good times with friends, Hooch offers the perfect way to celebrate everybody’s favourite season with this spicy summer companion.
The label was designed by Creative Performance and the campaign design was co-ordinated by Fresh. It is available in a case configuration of 4 x 6 units, and will retail for approximately R9.95 per unit or R48.95 for a six pack.
MakeMeMobile will showcase the latest developments in enterprise mobility at SAPICS this year. On show will be their extensive range of mobile applications, as well as their Mobile Managed Services, which allow organisations to drive efficiencies and reduce costs throughout their supply chain.
With the winter fast approaching, foodies are hauling out pudding recipes for warm winter treats and with FIRST CHOICE®, there’s a creamy Vanilla Custard to top it all off with. The cherry on top, is the chance to win one of two five star romantic getaways to the value of R40 000 each.
Cape Cooperage has renewed its barrel sponsorship for the fifth consecutive year to empower second year interns of the Cape Winemakers Guild Oenology Protégé Programme to create their own wines.
For brands eager to tap into the growing African markets and the region’s estimated 350 million middle class consumers, relying solely on macro-economic data such as GDP growth, population trends, and regulatory governance data to identify opportunities and predict success can lead to costly missteps, according to a new report from Nielsen (NYSE: NLSN) (http://www.nielsen.com/ssa).
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A Milk Stout has many versatile characteristics, which make it the ideal beer to use when cooking. One such innovative idea can be seen in food stylist and Drizzle and Dip blogger Sam Linsell’s version of a fruit bun, using South Africa’s leading milk stout brand as her secret ingredient.
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