Company Profile

Guinness Ghana Breweries Limited (GGBL) is the leading Total Beverage Business in Ghana with an outstanding collection of brands across beers, stouts, non-alcoholic and spirits. GGBL is a Diageo business, the world’s leading premium drinks business with internationally celebrated brands including Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff and Baileys. In Ghana, GGBL is the only beverage business listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange.
 
GGBL operates from two sites, its headquarters, Kaasi in the Ashanti Region and Achimota, in the Greater Accra Region with workforce of about 1,200.
 
Our vision is to be the Best Performing, Most Trusted and Respected Consumer Goods Business in Ghana. This we will achieve by strengthening our premium brands, innovating to meet consumer needs, building and extending our route to consumer, operating efficiently and developing our people with the right capabilities. 
 
We are committed to ensuring that our environmental footprint is minimised. We continue to invest in state of the art equipment and processes that significantly improve our operations, enabling us to operate more efficiently whiles reducing our impact on the environment. 
 
Our role in society is furthered through 3 key sustainability and responsibility (CSR) programmes. As a leader in Ghana’s manufacturing industry, GGBL is spearheading a Local Raw Materials programme that supports over 16,300 farmers and their families in the Upper East, Upper West, Northern, Brong-Ahafo, Volta, Eastern and Central regions to improve their skills and thus yields of cassava, sorghum and maize; enabling sustainable incomes for these farmers and their families. 
 
Since 2007, GGBL and its parent company Diageo, committed to enabling the delivery of sustainable access to clean drinking water for 1 million people in Africa every year through the flagship Water of Life programme. Working in tandem with various partners, the programme has provided access to safe drinking water and sanitation to more than 600,000 beneficiaries in over 70 communities in Ghana.
 
GGBL’s Alcohol in Society programme is designed to partner with key stakeholders to create a more positive role for alcohol in the Ghanaian society through a systematic approach to support the responsible use of alcohol in 5 key areas in line with the CEO's Commitment - Alcohol education that is targeted and measured, ensuring responsible marketing internally, preventing and reducing underage drinking, enlisting the support of retailers and other stakeholders to reduce abuse, reduce drink driving, working with others to establish best practice standards for industry and partnering with stakeholders to develop and implement modern pragmatic policies and legislation to prevent and tackle alcohol abuse.