Beer "Heineken" Lager, 0.65 L
Reviews of purchase "Heineken" Lager, 0.65 L
Beer pure light amber color.
Taste of the beer refreshing, with hints of malt, bread, herbs, long finish with subtle herbal notes and hop.
The aroma of beer filled with tones of bread, cereals, barley malt.
Beer will be a good pair with fish, shellfish, poultry dishes, as well as appetizers and snacks.
"Heineken" Lager - light beer "premium" class. First light lager under the brand "Heineken" was welded Gerard Adriaan Haynekenom in 1873, which in 1875 won the gold medal at the competition in Paris and Honorary Diploma at the "International Colonial Exposition" in Amsterdam in 1883. Ingredients include only natural ingredients - Purified water, barley malt, hops and yeast. But work on the recipe continued, and in 1886 H. Elion finished the development of special Heineken A-yeast, which are still used in the brewing process. In the "final" version of the beer was awarded the Grand Prix at the World Exhibition in Paris in 1889 and the Special Jury Prize at "Hors Concours" in Paris in 1900.
Heineken - is a unique company which is not only the largest brewery in the world, but also the largest family-owned business in the hands of the Heineken family since the early days of creation in 1864. That's when Gerard Adriaan Heineken money to his mother at a low enough price bought the brewery "De Hooiberg". Young man enthusiastically took up the matter, significantly modernized factory, implement, experience Bavarian brewers, the method of bottom fermentation, significantly improve the taste of beer. Played into the hands of the Franco-Prussian War, which caused delivery Bavarian beer in the Netherlands has declined significantly, but has become a popular local beer.
In the early 1870s, the brewery was renamed - Heineken's Bierbrouwerij Maatschappij NV, which lasted until 1972, and then was reduced to Heineken NV Beer receives international recognition, but Gerard does not stop there. It opens up new factories, introduces an autonomous cooling system instead of being used for these purposes before the ice. The next generation - the son of Henry, grandson of Albert - did everything to ensure that the company has become a leader in the world of brewing, working as diligently and creatively, as well as their famous ancestor.
Today, Heineken is a joint stock company, but a majority stake still belongs to the representatives of the family - Charlene de Carvalho-Heyniken. Heineken factories are located in more than 60 countries, and its products are exported to 170 countries. Heineken is the second-largest brewer after Anheuser Busch, and its products are sold in more countries than any other beer in the world.