The 23rd of August 2019 was a big deal when dancehall artists- Christopher Martin and D’ Major carried the concert to its end with their magnificen...
On July 11, 2019, the Chairman of the Board, Uganda Breweries Limited (UBL) announced a change in leadership under which Alvin M. Mbugua took over...
More wins more gains. Uganda Breweries was officially certified as an ACCA Approved Employer; a certification only awarded to companies with high s...
When it comes to alcohol, at UBL, options are limitless. Find a taste of different kinds that meets your palate. Pick from an array of choices and experience varied tastes with these name brands. Ranging from cocktails and alcoholic brands, there is a taste for everyone and for every moment.Read more
Uganda Breweries is registered.
Production of the first beer in Uganda and our flagship brand, Bell Lager®, commences.
East African Breweries Limited (EABL) acquires an interest in Uganda Breweries to allow both companies a regional presence as pioneers in the brewing industry in East Africa.
Uganda attained internal self-rule in 1961 and independence in 1962. At that time, Uganda was a confident country. At the time, a bottle of beer cost one shilling.
On Labour Day, May 1, 1970, in what came to be termed as the “Nakivubo Declaration”, President Milton Obote announced that the government was going to nationalise the economy.
As a result, large companies like UBL were targeted for... Read More
The Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) of Milton Obote returned to power in December 1980 and set about trying to revive the Ugandan economy. Economic policy took centre stage after 1981. The priority was the manufacturing sector... Read More
Uganda Breweries is licensed to produce Uganda Waragi
A Ugandan, Baker Magunda, is appointed Managing Director. Taking over from Chris Emptage.
Uganda Breweries wins Silver President’s Export Award.
Alvaro, the company’s first non-alcoholic natural malt drink, is successfully launched and records consumption of over eight Million bottles within the first three months following the launch in East Africa.
Uganda Breweries installs a new packaging line with capacity of 50,000 bottles per hour.
November 2010, Alasdair Musselwhite is appointed Managing Director taking over from Ivo Buratovich.
Bell Lager wins Gold at the coveted Monde Selection.
Bell Lager® receives a resounding nod from Uganda consumers as the best quality beer brand in the market as verified by the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS).
Uganda Breweries becomes an affiliate of Diageo Plc.
Hon. Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda commissions a 200,000 cubic liter overhead tank and water harvesting system in Mbarara Referral Hospital donated by Uganda Breweries in partnership with the EABL Foundation.
Uganda Breweries celebrates 2,000 days of no Lost Time... Read More
Uganda Breweries top brands, Bell Lager and Uganda Waragi are recognized by Private Sector Foundation as part of Uganda’s Top 52 brands.
February 2014 - Uganda launches pilot partnership with Straight Talk Foundation as part of “Red Card - Zero Tolerance... Read More
Uganda Breweries is named 5th Top Employer of Choice by Federation of Ugandan Employers 2014/2015.
March 2015 - Bell Lager, Pilsner Lager and Uganda Waragi win Gold award at International Monde Selection.
June 2015 - Uganda Breweries launches the... Read More
Uganda breweries celebrated 70 years of existence which also coincided with the welcoming of a new managing director; Mark Ocitti, the 2nd Ugandan MD to be at the helm of Uganda breweries.
Kampala City Authority Executive Director - Ms Jenifer Musisi and key stakeholders in the water sector commissioned Uganda Breweries Limited’s Expanded shillings 20b Effluent Treatment Plant.
Uganda Breweries Limited awarded best employer of the year... Read More