Carling Black Label History
While a South African favourite, did you know that the Black Label beer origin is actually Canadian? It was introduced here in South Africa by SA Breweries in the 1960s and has become affectionally known as “Zamalek”.
The Carling Black Label Taste
The taste of Carling Black Label’s unique full-ﬂavour and rich aroma clearly identiﬁes it as the champion taste with its bold, earthy ﬂavour notes that showcase its masculinity. Black Label beer alcohol percentage is 5.5% — and with Black Label beer prices keeping it accessible, you don’t have to miss out on your favourite with Norman Goodfellows.
Carling Black Label Champion Beer
Hold Carling Black Label up to the light and look for the unmistakable colour and clarity of its golden liquid. That’s how you spot the golden colour of South Africa’s champion beer. Easy to drink, with a smooth ﬁnish that lingers for just the right amount of time, this refreshing character is unexpected from a brew so round and ﬂavourful.
Order online and check out the products available
Our stock of Carling Black Label is available to you at one of our branches, or here through our online store. And if you know someone who would like to browse for their own tastes, a Gift Card is a sure-win — all year round!
What does black label taste like?
Carling Black Label delivers a low bitterness, full-flavoured and lively, fruity taste, with intermingled malty aromas of both sweetness and bitterness.
How much is black label beer?
Get your Black Label beer 340ml six-pack bottles or 330ml six-pack cans for R75.00. Don’t forget that you can make this even more affordable with our convenient Payflex options.
Where to buy black label beer?
Browse, add to cart and get yours delivered with Norman Goodfellows. If you would like to chat to a consultant, call our Order Hotline on 010 594 4814 or do it via email on firstname.lastname@example.org.