Investor hosts bar show in Nairobi

Brian Kassim Owango, the owner of Aqueous Kenya, in a bid to treat guests to a variety of culinary activities from in-depth tastings to preparation techniques, recently held a two-day beverage culture event that brought different stakeholders in the liquor and bar business together to discuss emerging trends, commonalities and recommendations that can build the industry for a better Kenyan hospitality scene. 

The pioneer mixologist said that the objective of the event is for consumers to understand and enjoy what the industry has to offer as well as giving a chance to industry players to meet and discuss shared issues and the best solutions moving forward. Dubbed “Nairobi Bar Show”, it was held at the Pool House which is located in Loresho, on Kibagare Way

“This industry is rapidly growing and there’s no better time to cement the African culture of hospitality,” said Owango. “The inaugural event focuses on locally available brands for now though the vision is that the industry can grow their own destination event to attract the global hospitality and beverage community and build Kenya as a discerning drinking destination.” 

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