Saturday saw the first Little Known Blues Festival held at Bloemendal Wine Estate in the Durbanville hills and what an awesome event it turned out to be! The music was excellent, the much larger than expected crowd was relaxed and even the weather was as perfect as we could’ve wished for.
Lenny on tap
We had our full catalogue of international beers at our stand, the Robson’s range from Durban & Napier Breweries Lager & Ale on tap, and for those who wanted something a little stronger we were pouring the beautiful Primitiv Vodka & Naked Lemon Limoncello from Jorgensen’s Distillery in Wellington. But the Blues boys really like their beer!
I was chatting to organisers Craig Cannon & Fritz Brand who were really happy with the turnout, having initially said that they would’ve been satisfied with 50 – 80 people attending. So you can imagine that their performances on stage were just that much better when they performed for some 300 people lounging under the trees around the Bush Pub stage. Continue reading
The Trader Trio
Having been a part of the South African music scene for many years I really enjoy attending events that promote our many talented musicians from the Cape. Now we’re out there selling awesome beers & spirits which makes for an even more relaxing atmosphere in some really great settings.
This weekend (Saturday 15 January) we’ll be a part of the Little Known Blues Festival being launched at Bloemendal Wine Estate in the Durbanville hills, and we’ll not only be whetting your whistle, but hopefully also providing a bit more of an education as to what makes a great beer stand above the rest! Continue reading
Now from World Focus CC!
We were very chuffed today to have officially taken on ROCKSTAR Energy Drink as the newest product in our catalogue. Rockstar claims to be the world’s most powerful energy drink, and I can confirm that it has a decent kick in it, but without the medicinal taste that you get from so many of its competitors. And it comes in a 500ml can! Continue reading
Alive with possibilities
To all our friends in the trade we’d like to not only wish you a wonderful 2011 but also hope that it’ll be a year that will see everyone have many good times, happy times and successful times. A new year is always filled with hope, and though we won’t be hosting anything as major as last years FIFA Soccer World Cup, we’re looking forward to business booming just because South Africa is a place where everything can happen!
We’ll be looking forward to looking after our clients in the formal trade; appearing at markets, fairs & festivals; and getting more and more people to try our exciting products instead of just going with what they know. Continue reading