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Better brew: ABC wins international beer award

Better brew: ABC wins international beer award

Beer maker Asia Pacific Breweries won a gold quality award for its ABC Extra Stout at the 2012 Monde Selection, according to a statement from the company.

The beer had won the award for three consecutive years, the statement said.

“Once again, we are very honoured to receive this international recognition that underlines our continuous efforts in offering the best quality beer and drinking experiences.

“With ABC Extra Stout being associated with this mark of quality, it continues to be embraced as some of the very best beers in the world,” the brewer’s commercial director, Edmond Neo, said.

ABC Extra Stout, brewed since 1931, is marketed by CBL in Cambodia.

“The award underlines our commitment to serve only first-class brews,” Roland Bala, CBL general manager said.

“To keep satisfying the thirst for quality beers, we remain steadfast in delivering the superior tastes of ABC Extra Stout, which is the choice of consumers in Cambodia today.

“From brewing to the point of serving our beers, we ensure there is always optimal enjoyment of our beer brands.”

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