When enjoyed in moderation, alcohol can be part of a healthy lifestyle. Many of life’s special moments come from socialising over your favourite drinks. Unfortunately, as with many things meant for enjoyment, it’s easy to overdo.

At Namibia Breweries we are dedicated to reducing harmful drinking and promoting an understanding of responsible drinking. That’s why we launched EduDrink to provide you with facts about alcohol and its consumption. We believe it starts with you, and it Takes a Nation to make a positive change.

EduDrink consists of a six-part video series to help you make informed and responsible drinking choices. Watch the short videos and test your knowledge with a quick quiz. You’ll be amazed at how much you will learn.

Complete the quiz and enter your details to stand a chance to win a prize in our lucky draw. Then make a pledge to become an ambassador for responsible drinking.

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This is a self-paced video series. You don’t have to finish the modules all at once – you can come back at any time to pick up where you left off. Each module takes approximately six minutes to complete. You need to complete the modules in sequence.


Let’s start with the basics. The video gives you the low-down on what qualifies as an alcoholic beverage. You may be surprised to learn that alcohol can be made out of grain, fruits or vegetables.

Watch the 4-minute video and then answer the three easy questions below.
What is an alcoholic drink?

ABV stands for...

A 330 ml can of beer contains __ units of alcohol

Module 2: How alcohol is processed in your body

Did you know that a normal, healthy liver processes around one unit (that’s about 10ml or 8g) of alcohol an hour? This video explains how your body processes alcohol and how it’s simply not the same for everyone.

Watch the 5-minute video and then answer the three easy questions below.
Your body takes about __ to process 1 unit of alcohol

You become drunk when you...

True or False: Everyone processes alcohol in the same way

Module 3: Effects of alcohol

Did you know that small doses of alcohol signal your brain to release dopamine – the happy hormone which can leave you feeling energized and upbeat? But if you drink too much, it can have exactly the opposite effect. This video takes a closer look at the effects of alcohol on your body.

Watch the 5-minute video and then answer the three easy questions below.

Welcome to your Module 3

Some possible short-term physical effects of excessive drinking include:

Alcohol abuse can have emotional and mental consequences for you, your family and society.

Alcohol abuse can lead to the following mental problems:

Module 4: Underage drinking

Growing up is tough. Many teenagers simply want to feel like they belong, so if their friends drink, they follow suit. Teenage drinking is a serious societal problem with severe consequences. This video explains why underage drinking is never OK.

Watch the 5-minute video and answer the three questions below.

Welcome to your Module 4

Some of the reasons teenagers choose to drink include:

Some of the consequences of underage drinking include:

Underage drinking can affect young people's ability to make judgements and decisions as they grow into adulthood.

Module 5: Responsible consumption

Did you know that the fear of an empty glass has a scientific name? Cenosillicaphobia. This video tackles responsible consumption. This means not getting intoxicated and not letting alcohol control your life or your relationships.

Watch the 4-minute video and answer the three questions below.

Welcome to your Module 5

Responsible consumption refers to the enjoyment of alcohol drinks by adults who choose to drink in a manner that does not harm others and minimises the risk of harm to themselves

The advised maximum limit of consumption is...

You can become a responsible consumer by doing the following:

Module 6: Truths and myths

Did you know that coffee won’t sober you up after drinking? There are countless misconceptions about alcohol consumption. This video busts the most common myths about drinking.

Watch the 5-minute video and answer the three questions below.

Welcome to your Module 6

You only have a problem with alcohol if you drink every day

Binge drinking if you haven't drunk in a couple of weeks is acceptable

Alcohol can be enjoyed as part of a balanced lifestyle when consumed in moderation and responsibly

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