MAHOU SUMMER PARTY

On Wednesday 5th July, we had the pleasure of celebrating our second “Mahou Informal Party” of the year, which was organised in collaboration with Mahou – San Miguel, Patron of the Chamber. The event took place at Dry Martini, the cocktail bar at the Meliá White House, which provided the perfect venue for the evening.

This event was our Summer Party, which was the perfect occasion to say goodbye to our members until the end of the summer. The party was also a great event to enjoy a cold craft beer and learn more about the Spanish brewer company.  Attendees also had the chance of enjoying the taste of the delicious selection of bites.

The Summer Party was the second one of a series of amazing parties in collaboration with Mahou- San Miguel, a Spanish family business with 125 years of history and international presence in over 70 countries, with United Kingdom being one of its main markets, where the company has had presence for more than 25 years.

If you have missed this “Mahou Party”, you can still take part in the next one which will be announced shortly. If you want to have a look at how the evening went, click here for the pictures of the event.

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We would like to thank everyone for joining such a wonderful evening, with a special mention to the sponsor of the event Mahou- San Miguel for making possible this fantastic event.

If you want to find out more about it and the upcoming activities the Chamber is organising, we recommend that you have a look at our UPCOMING EVENTS visiting our website or subscribing to our weekly newsletter

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