beer and partially Special brew had been making them open bowels the
following day after consuming them while others could complain of a
spinning headache and stomachaches.But through a statement titled ‘quality assured’ released Friday, the
French company which took over from Carlsberg said they acknowledge the
messages expressed by the customers and consumers pertaining to
the taste profile of Carlsberg Green beer.
“We at Castel Malawi would like to acknowledge that we have heard the
messages expressed by our customers and consumers over the past weeks
pertaining to the taste profile of Carlsberg Green beer.
“We wish to assure you that we will keep up our efforts to provide
‘probably the best beer in the world’ in the ‘warm heart of Africa,”
partly reads the statement.
It further says, “the satisfaction of our customers and consumers is our
major preoccupation and, therefore, we are working without respite on
supplying the best quality of a beer. Major investments have been
made in our production process in the last few months because we are
committed and willing to always deliver high-quality products.”
The statement then assures the customers and consumers that they remain
at the heart of every decision that the company makes.
“Listening and respecting our customers and consumers is one of our most
important values shared among all the employees within the group Castel
Malawi” reads the statement.
With the poor taste of the brand, many imbibers have now turned to
Mozambican Manica lager some to Kuche Kuche beer.
However, the scrambling of KucheKuche has not gone down well with some
loyal imbibers of the beer who are appealing to Castel to fix the
Carlsberg Green problem soon.
“We as loyal KucheKuche customers are not happy that these Carlsberg
Green beer drunkards are now depleting our favorite beer, the company
should address this with urgency after all it does not consider us
(KucheKuche customers) in their beer promotions which are not fair,”