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Fernando Bustamante, CEO of Mahou India, sat down with t2 to talk about his passions — beer, football and the company
Fernando Bustamante, CEO of Mahou India

Jaime Calle Moreno   |     |   Published 21.09.18, 05:22 PM

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Mahou Group, the largest beer company in Spain with a market share of 34 per cent, was founded in 1890, brewing and exporting beers across the globe. In 2012, they entered the Indian market and by 2014, Mahou India became the first subsidiary of the Spanish giant internationally. Winning various awards for their beers in India, the beer magnate is re-entering the Calcutta market — they had withdrawn from here for some time — releasing two classic Mahou beers and a new creation. Fernando Bustamante, CEO of Mahou India for almost two years, sat down with t2 to talk about his passions — beer, football and the company — at The Park. 

Mahou Group, the largest beer company in Spain with a market share of 34 per cent, was founded in 1890, brewing and exporting beers across the globe. In 2012, they entered the Indian market and by 2014, Mahou India became the first subsidiary of the Spanish giant internationally. Winning various awards for their beers in India, the beer magnate is re-entering the Calcutta market — they had withdrawn from here for some time — releasing two classic Mahou beers and a new creation. Fernando Bustamante, CEO of Mahou India for almost two years, sat down with t2 to talk about his passions — beer, football and the company — at The Park. 

Mahou Group, the largest beer company in Spain with a market share of 34 per cent, was founded in 1890, brewing and exporting beers across the globe. In 2012, they entered the Indian market and by 2014, Mahou India became the first subsidiary of the Spanish giant internationally. Winning various awards for their beers in India, the beer magnate is re-entering the Calcutta market — they had withdrawn from here for some time — releasing two classic Mahou beers and a new creation. Fernando Bustamante, CEO of Mahou India for almost two years, sat down with t2 to talk about his passions — beer, football and the company — at The Park. 

Mahou Group, the largest beer company in Spain with a market share of 34 per cent, was founded in 1890, brewing and exporting beers across the globe. In 2012, they entered the Indian market and by 2014, Mahou India became the first subsidiary of the Spanish giant internationally. Winning various awards for their beers in India, the beer magnate is re-entering the Calcutta market — they had withdrawn from here for some time — releasing two classic Mahou beers and a new creation. Fernando Bustamante, CEO of Mahou India for almost two years, sat down with t2 to talk about his passions — beer, football and the company — at The Park. 

Mahou Group, the largest beer company in Spain with a market share of 34 per cent, was founded in 1890, brewing and exporting beers across the globe. In 2012, they entered the Indian market and by 2014, Mahou India became the first subsidiary of the Spanish giant internationally. Winning various awards for their beers in India, the beer magnate is re-entering the Calcutta market — they had withdrawn from here for some time — releasing two classic Mahou beers and a new creation. Fernando Bustamante, CEO of Mahou India for almost two years, sat down with t2 to talk about his passions — beer, football and the company — at The Park. 

Mahou Group, the largest beer company in Spain with a market share of 34 per cent, was founded in 1890, brewing and exporting beers across the globe. In 2012, they entered the Indian market and by 2014, Mahou India became the first subsidiary of the Spanish giant internationally. Winning various awards for their beers in India, the beer magnate is re-entering the Calcutta market — they had withdrawn from here for some time — releasing two classic Mahou beers and a new creation. Fernando Bustamante, CEO of Mahou India for almost two years, sat down with t2 to talk about his passions — beer, football and the company — at The Park. 

Mahou Group, the largest beer company in Spain with a market share of 34 per cent, was founded in 1890, brewing and exporting beers across the globe. In 2012, they entered the Indian market and by 2014, Mahou India became the first subsidiary of the Spanish giant internationally. Winning various awards for their beers in India, the beer magnate is re-entering the Calcutta market — they had withdrawn from here for some time — releasing two classic Mahou beers and a new creation. Fernando Bustamante, CEO of Mahou India for almost two years, sat down with t2 to talk about his passions — beer, football and the company — at The Park. 

Mahou Maestra Wheat

Aromatic, refreshing and slightly hopped, this Belgian-style wheat beer is a perfect combination of the Indian and Spanish palate. Locally produced, it consists of two main ingredients, Seville orange peel and Himalayan organic coriander, giving this beer a unique taste. Goes perfectly with Spanish tapas or Indian roadside snacks. 5 per cent alcohol content.

Mahou 5 Star

The stronger version of the three, this rich, mild and perfectly balanced beer is one for the beer fan. With a lasting and delicious aftertaste, the 5 Star has toasted barley and a slight taste of starch. When poured, it has a golden colour with a thick and creamy head. 8 per cent alcohol content

Mahou 5 Star

The stronger version of the three, this rich, mild and perfectly balanced beer is one for the beer fan. With a lasting and delicious aftertaste, the 5 Star has toasted barley and a slight taste of starch. When poured, it has a golden colour with a thick and creamy head. 8 per cent alcohol content



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