Ninth Master Suki Soup opens in Phnom Penh

The family hotpot-style restaurant Master Suki Soup has opened its ninth restaurant in Cambodia, on Sothearos Boulevard adjacent to Hun Sen Park, with the newly relocated German Fresh Beer brew pub and German menu upstairs. The soft opening took place on Thursday night as Master Suki ...

Cambodia Beer to Ship First Export Batch to Japan

Less than two months after opening a $60 million brewery on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, Cambodia Beer will be exported for the first time today when vessels carrying the beer set out for Japan from Sihanoukville Autonomous Port, according to a statement issued yesterday ...

Cambodian beer production and consumption on the rise

Inside a mini-mart near Phnom Penh’s Olympic stadium, the shelves holding the beer for sale have a more Cambodian feel to them these days. While imported brand like Thailand’s Singha and Japan’s Asahi, used to take up valuable retail real estate, now homegrown brands like Angkor ...

Hun Sen Points To Economic Benefit of Beer

Prime Minister Hun Sen encouraged the public to help the country by drinking beer during the inauguration of the new $60 million Khmer Brewery factory in Phnom Penh yesterday. “Don’t forget, [if you] drink one bottle or one can of beer, how much will the state ...

Cambodian PM opens 60 mln USD brewery plant, urges production for exports

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday inaugurated a 60 million U.S. dollar Khmer Brewery plant on the outskirts of Phnom Penh’s Dangkor district, urging the country’s beer manufacturers to produce for exports. ...

Beer Promoters Allege Bias Following Strike

Beer promoters in Phnom Penh claimed Monday that they are being discriminated against for staging a month-long strike last summer, and their livelihoods are under threat. In July and August, hundreds of promoters for Cambrew Ltd – which produces and distributes Angkor beer – went ...

Beer makers binge on ads

Whether it is dancing pop stars or plays on national pride, dramatically increasing budgets for beer advertising took Cambodia’s TV sets and public spaces by storm in 2011. Beer advertising surged 164 per cent year-on-year in 2011, according to data from Indochina Research Ltd, making it ...

Workers urge Angkor boycott

Angkor beer workers have been handing out flyers calling for a protest of the brand owned by Cambrew Ltd as the beer promoter strike entered its second day. International NGOs are being urged by the Cambodian Food Service Workers’ Federation to support the strikers by ...

Beer girl exploitation revealed

The exploitation of women who work as beer promoters is soon to be exposed in a report that is going to be released by Care Cambodia and the Solidarity Association of Beer Promoters in Cambodia. The report will include first had accounts and interviews of ...

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