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Beer price on rise

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Lao Brewery Company announced wholesale price increases to retailers of its flagship beverage Beerlao on Monday, October 29.

Suppliers and retailers were notified of the price increases for the popular beverage being implemented to offset higher production and distribution costs, according to the company’s public statement to its retail customers and distributors.

Lao Brewing Company announces price rises.

BeerLao price increases announced from October 29, 2018.

The noticed informed suppliers:

As inflation and production costs continue to rise, Beerlao has issued a new wholesale price, which limits the price of beer.

All customers and agents must comply strictly with the prices set to ensure that there is no impact on customers and consumers in the market.

Inflation pressures as currency, fuel oil price pressures bite manufacturers, distributors, consumers of products (including beer)

As usual, price rises in popular commodities can leave a bitter taste.

The impact is usually felt most by those folks persevering on the lower end of the socio-economic spectrum, while those consumers at the more prosperous demographics with a taste for the ever-popular brew should hardly be discouraged.

Price rises may be unlikely to deter many committed drinkers in either camp.

Regardless, those who enjoy the famed beverage can expect to pay more, particularly if retailers pass on the rises in the form of pricier (and less regulated) individual bottle or draft beer sales at the counter.

Price rises announced included:

Crates of Beerlao 640ml up from 90,000 kip to 93,000 kip per unit. Retail sale price of 108,000 kip.

Boxes of Beerlao 640ml up from 94,000 Kip to 97,000 Kip. Retail sale price of 103,000 Kip.

Boxes of Beerlao 330 ml bottles from 105,000 Kip to 115,000 Kip. Retail sale price of 125,000 Kip.

Boxes of Dark Lager Beerlao 330 ml bottles from 135,000 kip to 145,000 kip. Retail sale price of 155,000 kip.

Crates of Lane Xang Beer 640 ml up from 55,000 kip to 60,000 kip. Retail sale price of 75,000 kip.

Draft Beerlao rises from 11,000 kip per litre to 11,500 kip per litre. (Retail price not specified.)

 

Beer price on rise

Lao Brewery Company, the producer of Beerlao, announces price rises from October 29 to cover input costs, inflationary pressures.

In celebration of the 45th anniversary of Beerlao

In celebration of the 45th anniversary of Beerlao, Tiger head Drinking Water is running a special promotion to return some of our profits to consumers, whereby you collect Beerlao lids in exchange for a variety of amazing prizes, amounting to over 5,000,000,000 kip. All you have to do is collect gold lids to exchange for a range of prizes.

There are also two grades of prizes to go for:

Grade 1: Save up lids to exchange for prizes with distributors nationwide:

30 lids can be exchanged immediately for one large bottle of drinking water in addition to one prize draw ticket.

300 lids can be exchanged immediately for one umbrella in addition to 10 prize draw tickets.

1,000 lids can be exchanged immediately for one jacket in addition to 30 prize draw tickets.

Grade 2: Fill out your prize draw tickets with your name, address, and contact telephone number, and put them into the prize draw boxes in order to stand a chance of winning a Ford automobile, a two-saleung (about 7.58g) necklace, or one of 100 other prizes.

The draws for the automobiles will be taking place on 16 September 2018 and 18 October. The draws for the gold necklaces shall be held every two weeks, starting on 9 August 2018. Follow draws live at: https://www.facebook.com/tigerheadlaos. Come and exchange your lids in exchange for lots of prizes!

Remarks:

  • Only the gold lids may be exchanged for prize draw tickets.
  • Every weekend, Tigerhead Drinking Water will be setting up booths for your convenience and to make it easy to send in your prize draw tickets.
  • This promotion has already begun and shall continue until 14 October 2018 or until the prizes are finished.