Corona, the Icelandic beer brand, has been gaining popularity with its corona beers.
The brand is one of the first breweries to release a corona-beer, an alcoholic beverage made from fermented grains, which have been fortified with citric acid.
The beer was launched in late 2018 with an initial retail price of 8.5m kronor ($9.6m) and is available in supermarkets and craft stores.
The Corona Brewery’s marketing campaign, launched on February 2, 2018, is aimed at reaching people in their early 20s, who are currently living with corona conditions and their families.
The company said it had a huge response to the campaign and said it was still growing the corona industry.
“It is a very young industry and we are constantly growing,” said Corona spokesperson Jónsi Hákonsson.
“The corona movement is based on people believing that the way they drink corona water, they can make a difference.”
The brand also says the corora brand was chosen because it has the highest concentration of the essential minerals needed for corona treatment, namely calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium.
“If we could be there for people in this age group, it would be an even bigger boost to their lives,” said Hálsson.
Corona Brewery is currently making an ad campaign, dubbed “Corona for All”, to encourage people to join the movement.
The ad campaign will focus on the health benefits of corona, highlighting its beneficial effects on people’s health, wellbeing and the environment.