- It included 7,240 litres of Kangara, 350 kgs of fermented flour, 150 litres of busaa and 327 litres of chang'aa.
- The Thursday's operation also saw to the uprooting of bhang worth Sh100,000.
Trans Nzoia county security officers have destroyed more than 7,000 litres of illicit brew in Forkland Estate.
It included 7,240 litres of Kangara, 350 kgs of fermented flour, 150 litres of busaa and 327 litres of chang'aa.
Thursday's operation also saw the uprooting of bhang worth Sh100,000.
The officers arrested three suspects in connection to the brewing of the illegal ale.
The exercise was carried out with the aim of ensuring that the county is free of illegal brew and substance abuse.
Meanwhile, in Siaya, police uprooted bhang that was planted on a one-acre land.
The ongoing crackdown on illicit brew and substance abuse followed a directive to all security agencies by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua.
In April, Gachagua declared a nationwide operation on the sale of the substances, saying it continued to claim the lives of many youths.
"If measures are not taken urgently, we will lose a productive age bracket of our people and we might lose the entire generation," he said.
"I can confirm that we have a serious problem and we are worried that all sorts of drugs are now found in the villages and small towns."
The operation began in five counties in the Central region including Kiambu, Murang'a, Kirinyaga, Nyeri and Nyandarua.