Friday, January 24, 2020

Windward and Leeward Brewery Ltd. Launches Redeveloped Website

CASTRIES, Friday, May 13, 2016– Windward and Leeward Brewery Ltd. (WLBL), recently launched its redeveloped website which will provide customers, consumers and business partners with timely and accurate information on the company and its brands. The redeveloped website, which can be found at, is more engaging, highly interactive and features up to date information on brands, WLBL’s corporate social responsibility and careers.

“At WLBL we pride ourselves in being innovative and are constantly finding ways to improve our communication strategies with our partners. The redevelopment our website is one such way of improving communication and engaging stakeholders. Our new site is cleaner and has a more attractive design that is aligned with our corporate identity. Our partners now have better access to pertinent company information which will lead to a more engaging user experience” said Mr. Sebastian Sanchez, Managing Director, WLBL.

The site’s refreshed look, combined with enhanced content and optimization for mobile devices creates a central platform for consumers and business partners to better interact with WLBL online.

You can visit the website at You must be 18 and over to visit the site. Remember to drink responsibly!


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