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New 5 Skippas Superior Golden Lager Leaves Local Beer Drinkers with Authentic Taste of Home.

Posted: 18 November 2016 Time: 17:57

There's a new golden lager making the bar rounds in town – and it's challenging everything about the mass market beer category.

A beer made by South Africans for South Africans, it's difficult to think of 5 Skippas Superior Golden Lager as the new beer on the block, when it's already crept its way into the hearts of local beer drinkers, finding the magic to make the all-important leap from unknown brand to beer of choice.

The product of the now legendary interview between former Orlando Pirates goalkeeper, turned TV presenter, turned entrepreneur Deshi Bhaktawer, and enamoured fan turned spokesperson Good Enough Sithole, where the term '5 Skippas' was first coined, the beer is a smooth and refreshing reflection of our local spirit and love for sport.

As a challenger to the mass market, the 5 Skippas brand counts values such as unity, authenticity, and locality as the main drivers behind its beer, aiming to weave a fabric between the different cultures in South Africa regardless of gender, age, culture, or ethnicity.

Drawing from its storied heritage and great passion for people, 5 Skippas' position is clear: if takes something special to bring people together, why shouldn’t it be a great tasting beer?

Currently, 5 Skippas Superior Golden Lager is only available in Gauteng, with plans to expand into the rest of the country in the near future. 

To find out more about 5 Skippas Superior Golden Lager visit or email

Alternatively connect with them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using @5Skippas or the hashtag #keepitskippas.

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