Ever wanted to enjoy a cold beer while on the clock? Ever imagined there would be a day solely  dedicated to enjoying a beer during a normal workday? Well, no need to imagine any longer, because National Take a Beer to Work Day is happening on 27 August 2021. That’s right, whether  you are working from home or back at the office, everyone over the age of 18 countrywide is encouraged to enjoy an ice-cold beverage during their lunch break.  


the team at the HEINEKEN brewery in Manchester have found an innovative way to turn this wasted beer into green energy. The brewery in Manchester is using millions of pints of beer which the company was unable to sell with the COVID-19 closure of the on-trade to power its operations.


Heineken South Africa will be cutting its local staff by about 7%, because of the ongoing ban on alcohol sales. The Netherlands-based company employs 1 000 people at its South Africa operations. 


As the need for physical distancing continues across Australia and around the world, international premium beer brand, Heineken, has developed a new concept designed to give drinkers complete peace of mind when ordering a beer while providing a novel drinking experience in the process.


Heineken® has launched its ‘Take Your Beer To Work Day’ campaign. The activation allows Heineken 0.0 consumers to bring their complimentary Heineken® 0.0, which is alcohol-free, to the office.


There’s been social media outrage that Heineken is selling fake beer in South Africa .  


A CALIFORNIA man filed a stomach-turning lawsuit against Heineken beer and Kroger supermarket — claiming he sipped suds loaded with dead, canned geckos.


Tequila is for sipping, not shots—and certainly not for chugging out of a beer bottle with trace amounts of Mexico’s most famous export.


Heineken is proud to unveil its exclusive, limited-edition aluminum bottles available only in select cities.


Johannesburg – Heineken’s recent introduction of Sol Mexican lager to South Africa forms part of a plan to boost its market share in a country dominated by soon-to-be-acquired SABMiller.