International Breweries plc

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International Breweries plc
FoundedIlesa, Nigeria (22 December 1971 (1971-12-22))
FounderLawrence Omole
Ilesa, Osun State
Key people
  • Otunba Michael Oladipo Daramola (chairman)
  • Mr. Muyiwa Ayojinmi (company secretary)
  • Carlos Alberto Gomes (chief operating officer)
ProductsBrewing of beer and non-alcoholic malt drinks
OwnerBrauhaase International Management GMBH (72.03%) L.A. Pro-Shares Limited (5.04%) Individuals (15.9%)
Number of employees
500 (in 2015)
Footnotes / references [2]

Coordinates: 7°37′34.1″N 4°47′02.3″E / 7.626139°N 4.783972°E / 7.626139; 4.783972

International Breweries plc is a brewery in Nigeria. It began production in December 1978 with an installed capacity of 200 000 hectolitres per annum, this increased to 500 000 hl/a in December 1982.[1]

On 26 April 1994 International Breweries plc became a public limited liability company and listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

International Breweries plc has a technical services agreement with Brauhaase International Management GMBH, a subsidiary of Warsteiner Group of Germany, which owned 72.03% equity.[1]

On 1 January 2012, SABMiller took operational management control of International Breweries from BGI Castel.[2]

International Breweries office building in Ilesa, January 2014


  • Trophy lager (1978), a pale lager
  • Betamalt (1988), a non-alcoholic malt drink
  • Trophy Black (2013), a dark lager
  • Hero Lager
  • Eagle Lager
  • Eagle Stout
  • Budweiser

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  1. ^ a b LLC, STOCKTRENDS,. "AfricanSelect | International Breweries plc - INTBREW: IPO Details". Retrieved 30 August 2017.
  2. ^ [1][dead link]