Kenya Breweries Unveils Next-Generation Logo Kicking Off Centenary Celebrations

Kenya Breweries Limited next-generation logo to mark Centenary Celebrations was designed by Anncatherine Njuhi

ohn Musunga, Managing Director KBL, Anne Catherine Njuhi, winner of the KBL Got Skillz logo competition, Eric Kiniti, Group Corporate Relations Director EABL and David Kimondo, Head of Communications EABL, during the unveiling of KBL's new logo

Kenya Breweries Limited has unveiled a fresh logo as a part of the company’s centenary celebrations.

The new logo symbolizes 100 years of building East Africa’s largest manufacturer, founded as a riverside operation in Ruaraka.

The logo was designed by Anncatherine Njuhi, a 23-year-old former student at the Buruburu Institute of Fine Arts.

It encompasses the initials of the business name creatively merged with 10 barley leaves symbolizing the 10 decades since KBL was founded.

Njuhi was part of the competition KBL Still Got Skillz? Logo contest where more than 600 youth between 21 and 25 submitted designs.

“One of the main things we wanted to do is change our logo and embrace a more modern look and feel that will potentially last another 100 years. We are excited to see what the next 100 years will bring,” KBL Managing Director John Musunga says. 

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