Angkor Beer Company held a special event on September 2 to launch Tuborg premium lager. The Cambodian beermaker said it was proud to add a new milestone to its growing portfolio of high quality beer. For the first time ever, Cambodians were introduced to Denmark’s best selling beer. Since 1880, Tuborg has been a popular premium European beer. Now it has a unique POP can – the first in Cambodia.
Tuborg was launched with an explosive Open For Fun two-day concert at Koh Pich Centre. It featured performances by Asia’s top Korean superstar group, M Feet and Hady, Thai singers Kratae and Baitoey, and Cambodia’s favourite performers, AokSokunkanha, SokunNisa, Chhorn Sovannareach, Nob Bayareth, Pich Sophea and G-Davith. More than 3,000 Tuborg POP cans were given away to partygoers. Photos by Hong Menea
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