I am from a large African family. Growing up in Nigeria, my wonderful father who was a successful, family-oriented, community leader always had people over to our house; Star beer was the drink of choice that he served all our visitors. He described Star beer as the beer of Kings. He is right.
For generations and at every family function, weddings, and celebrations the golden, smooth nectar of Star beer flowed, without exception.
This core values are the foundation to my motivation in bringing Star beer to the USA and to share the legendary flavor of Star beer with the world.
Today, Star beer is here in America for your enjoyment.
As my father’s daughter, and just like my father, family and community come first. He taught me hard work, kindness, to never stop dreaming, to always look for the light in every situation I want to inspire and encourage all to reach for the sky, never give up, always lift each other up; we are one world and one family.
Star Beer USA is a minority-owned initiative and in support of our commitment to the community, we are committed to donating 5% of our profits to cervical cancer research in the memory of my sister Ngozi Okaka, who passed in 2019 with cancer.