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Heineken celebrates ‘early success’ for non-alcoholic Heineken 0.0

Heineken 0.0 has been rolling out across Europe this year

Heineken says its Heineken 0.0 brand is already enjoying early success, as the non-alcoholic beverage goes after new consumption occasions in Europe.

Heineken and USB will introduce international beer brands from Austria, Indonesia, Serbia, Spain, and Greece to the US market.

Heineken and U.S. Beverage import partnership brings specialty global beer brands to US

Desperados targets millennials in its advertising. Picture: Heineken.

Heineken defends itself after tequila-flavored beer criticism

Sol began brewing its Mexican beer in 1899 and is a pale lager with an ABV of 4.5%.

Molson Coors inks deal with Heineken to distribute Mexico-made Sol beer in US

Brasil Kirin owns Schin beer. Picture: Brasil Kirin.

Heineken completes Brasil Kirin acquisition

The Coors Light Summer Certified cans. Picture: Coors Light.

Coors Light beer cans ‘come to life’ when exposed to sunlight

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Challenging the definition of beer? The growth of NABLAB

Heineken expects that the completed acquisiton of Brasil Krin will improve its performance in Brazil in 2017. ©iStock/bizoo_n

Heineken posts slight Q1 2017 gains with Brazil lagging behind other markets

The iconic red star logo. Picture: Heineken.

Heineken will never remove its iconic red star: ‘defending it to its core’

New product launches beverages march 2017

What's hitting the shelves? Heineken zero alcohol, SodaStream infusions & Baileys Almondmilk

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