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COLUMBIA: Empresarial Bavaria builds $55m brewery

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Grupo Empresarial Bavaria, the Colombian brewer, yesterday officially began the building of a new brewery in the South-east of the country.

Situated in the province of Valle de Cauca, the new operation will cost US$55m to complete and will replace an old beer-making facility there.

The new brewery will be able to produce double the capacity of the old one, turning out 2.4m hectolitres a year. 

Bavaria has made the investment to meet growing demand for beer in that part of the country.


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