#JW200: Guinness Ghana opens house of ‘Johnnie Walker’ in Accra

Guinness Ghana’s ambition to make the favorite Johnnie Walker Whisky available to all consumers and the retail dealers has led it to launch the first House of Walker in Accra.

The facility will be used by customers of Guinness and consumers of the Scotch whisky to learn more about the product and its qualities.

READ MORE: The House of Walker Accra launch was a hit!! Here are 26 photos as proof.

This is part of the 200 years celebration of Johnnie Walker since its inception and introduction to the market

Lebogang Mohale, Marketing Manager in charge of Spirits Category speaking at the launch said her organization plans to use the iconic Johnnie Walker brand to showcase Ghana to the world.

“Visitors can pop into the store to learn more about Johnnie Walker and purchase Johnnie Walker limited edition icons and gift packs for those who walk with them.

“There are also guided tours around House of Johnnie Walker, ranging from the incredibly interactive flavour academy and heritage room to Bar 200 where consumers can enjoy Johnnie Walker and our new range of single malts, she said.

House of Walker Accra is open to the public free of charge from the 1st December and will operate for the entire month.

It is also open to corporate and group bookings, and promises to be the most memorable way to end 2020.

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