This is in comparison to a year ago, the brewer said on Thursday.
The firm, which is controlled by Britain’s Diageo said revenue in the six months to the end of December was up 9 per cent to 34.77 billion shillings from 31.86 billion shillings, but did not give details of what spurred the increase.
Basic earnings per share rose to 5.24 shillings from 4.99 shillings a year ago, the brewer said in a statement.
EABL’s shares are up 5.84 per cent so far this year, in line with a move higher by the broader market, and closed at 326 shillings each on Thursday.
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The brewer will release details of its results at an investors briefing due on Friday.