Foster’s Lager Beer launched in Nepal                                     


Kathmandu, Nov 29. Raj Brewery Pvt. Ltd officially launched Foster’s Lager Beer in Nepal Today. Foster’s is a crisp easy drinking lager inspired by the Australian beer culture and delivers ultimate refreshment. With over 140 years of brewing expertise, Foster’s has a rich heritage across the globe with more than 0.5 billion liters of beer sold worldwide annually. Foster’s Gold Strong Beer was also recently launched in Nepal.

Foster’s lager beer is born out of an innovative process that ice filters the beer at sub-zero temperature. Foster’s is the perfect beer for refreshment all year round.

Earlier this year, Raj Brewery Pvt. Ltd. had entered into an exclusive partnership with Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s leading brewer, to produce and bottle some of the best-known beer brands in the world. Raj Brewery is Nepal’s most technologically advanced brewery approved by renowned global brew masters of AB InBev and Warsteiner International.

Raj Brewery belongs to the Jawalakhel Group of Industries conglomerate, the undisputed market leader in the alco-beverage business in Nepal with multiple distilleries, a brewery along with R&D and distribution units. JGI’s portfolio of products include Nepal’s highest selling flagship brands such as Ruslan, Golden Oak and Blue Diamond that are the market leaders in their respective segments.

AB InBev, with its global headquarters in Leuven, Belgium, has a presence in nearly 50 countries and offers a diverse portfolio of over 500 iconic brands including Budweiser, Bud Light, Harbin, Corona Extra and Brahma. The other brands in the portfolio include Stella Artois, Beck’s, Castle, Castle Lite, Hoegaarden, Leffe among others.

Raj Brewery has been brewing and bottling Germany’s iconic brand Warsteiner Premium German Beer since 2018 that Nepal’s beer lovers have embraced in a very short period of time. Now, Nepal will soon be able to enjoy Budweiser, Budweiser Magnum, Foster’s Gold, and Foster’s Lager brewed locally and Corona Extra, Leffe, Hoegaarden and Stella Artois imported from AB InBev’s own breweries worldwide.