A chemistry student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and technology (KNUST) by name, Akwasi Boateng has found in research that most of the alcoholic drinks or beverages on the market contain less alcoholic content than they advertise on their labels.
From the research, it was deduced that the only alcoholic beverage on the Ghanaian market with a more alcoholic content on its label than what has always advertised on its label is BieGya Bitters – which has 42 as its alcoholic content on the Label and was later found out from the research that its alcoholic content is 43; all other alcoholic beverages have less alcoholic content than they are been advertised on their labels.
The Famous BieGya Bitters is proudly produced by Ahomka Beverages Ghana Limited with Dr. Victor Kwajo Ademang as its Chief Executive Officer.
Dr. Ademang as an entrepreneur and a very innovative businessman, has kept researching, exploring and experimenting on various products that will satisfy his numerous consumers until he recently veered into the production of alcoholic beverages. His company’s current flagship product has so far taken over the alcoholic beverage industry in Ghana with the introduction of the latest high brand, quality and healthy afro-root non-chemical alcoholic beverage.
Founded in 2015, BieGya Bitters has won the hearts of many in Ghana and has fast been accepted as the preferred bitters across the West African sub region.
BieGya Bitters is currently the leading herb based alcoholic beverage on the Ghanaian market. BieGya Bitters has now become the toast for every Ghanaian living everywhere due to its unique herbal based natural ingredients.
BieGya Bitters is made from the best natural extracts from the thickest forests in Ghana and stands stall as reigning king of all bitters.
Suitable for all occasions, BieGya Bitters is super smooth and leaves refreshing smell and no hangover.
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