Craft breweries adapt to survive South Africa’s third alcohol ban
19 January 2021 | 11:00 am
South African liquor producers are being heavily affected by another alcohol ban accompanying lockdown restrictions. As small to medium size enterprises, some craft breweries diversify their activities, like making hand sanitiser, to stay afloat.
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