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Guinness Cameroun

Guinness Cameroun is the world’s fifth largest Guinness market by volume and the second largest in Africa.

18.2%
market share in beer*

No. 1
Guinness Foreign Extra Stout is the No. 1
Stout brand in Cameroon

1st
Cameroon is the first Diageo market to produce Guinness Triple Black Mainstream spirits.

We are an affiliate of Diageo, the world's leading premium drinks business, and our ambition is to become the best performing, most trusted and respected consumer products company in Cameroon.

Our success is built on a rich heritage. We’ve been operating in Cameroon since 1967 and today we employ more than 440 people across our operations. We aim to enable our employees to work in trust and strive for excellence.

Innovation sustains our success. We are constantly looking for ways to create new experiences for the millions of Cameroonians who enjoy our brands each year. For example, we’ve introduced new blends such as Guinness Chocolate Stout – Special edition and Guinness Triple Black.

At the same time, we work to ensure alcohol can be enjoyed as part of a balanced lifestyle. Annually we invest around 135 million XAF to tackle issues such as underage drinking and drink driving and to promote responsible drinking across the country.

We are also proud of our work to help the communities we work with thrive. We are passionate about making a difference through programmes such as Water of Life and reducing our environmental impact by making our products and business operations more environmentally sustainable.

*Source: AC Nielsen

Our brands

We are the first Diageo market to bottle a Scotch Whisky (Black & White) out of Scotland and also the first market to launch Guinness Triple Black,  to increase our share in growing Mainstream Spirits segments. Guinness is the strongest beer brand since 2015 loved by consumers both for its quality and distinctiveness.