Gone are the days where we drink to get drunk! South Africa’s first premium flavoured beer, Flying Fish, recently launched a new variant to the market, a beer called Flying Fish Chill – a lighter version of the original with less kilojoules, calories and less alcohol percentage.
To launch the new CHILL, Flying Fish took over the swanky Bryanston hot spot venue called Urban Yard on the 1st October, where the brand hosted a long CHILL immersive experience that introduced the beer yoga concept to Mzansi for the very first time.
The event took place on an early Sunday morning with a thrilling beer yoga session that geared guests up for a Long CHILL experience, which featured radio and TV personalities, 5-FM’s DJ Fix who was the MC of the event, as well as Khabonina who kick started the launch with a Yoga session to showcase how the variant is appropriate for a balanced lifestyle.
One of the guests’ most enjoyed experience was the silent disco party by DJ Ashley and Deep Ancestral. This saw guests partying wearing Bluetooth headsets that allowed everyone to tune in and out of their DJ of preference, as they danced away to what seemed like silence. Shekhinah ended off the LONG CHILL event with performances from her past hits, while the majority of her performance was of her latest album titled Rose Gold.
Beer Yoga In Progress
Fitness Fanatics Ophela, Miss Fezz, Annie Matlole
Silent Disco with DJ Ancestoral & DJ Fix
Shekhinah Performing Her Latest Album
Hip Hop Artist Rouge