Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Brigadier (retd) Kapil Mohan, Chairman and MD of Mohan Meakin Ltd and the maker of the notable rum Old Monk, kicked the bucket on January 6 at 88 years old. Mohan had been unwell and passed on of heart failure in Mohan Nagar Area in Ghaziabad. His last rituals were purportedly performed on January 7. A Padma Shri beneficiary, Kapil Mohan gave a totally new viewpoint to the Dyer Meakin Breweries in the wake of assuming responsibility of the organization. It was on December 19, 1954 that the notable Old Monk was propelled. After its dispatch, the organization created three refineries, two bottling works and an extensive variety of new establishments the nation over. Fermented in the Himalayas by Mohan Meakin, the Old Monk is one of the least expensive rums sold in India. He had once, as the administrator of the organization, said that he won’t promote as long as he is in charge of undertakings of the organization. Mohan Meakin has spread itself into different organizations including malt houses, breakfast sustenance, natural product items and juices. It is intriguing to take note of that the man who is accepted to have been the cerebrum behind the Old Monk, Solan No 1 and Golden Eagle was himself a nondrinker.