Trouble: Heineken had to pay out for killing thousands of fish.

Heineken in hot water over killing fish

By Nikkie Sutton

Brewing giant Heineken has been ordered to pay £160,000 for breaching environment laws after pollution at its cider factory killed thousands fish.

Heineken's Tadcaster brewery is supporting local communities


Heineken continues support of flood-hit pubs

By Mike Berry

Heineken has continued its support for pubs and other on-trade customers in the north-west following the extensive flooding in the area over the festive period.

Wetherspoon and Heineken resolve drinks supply row

Wetherspoon and Heineken resolve drinks supply row

By Mike Berry

JD Wetherspoon (JDW) has resolved its row with Heineken over its drinks supply agreement, just under a month after the pubco announced it had ended its 35-year relationship with the brewer.

JD Wetherspoon has ended its relationship with Heineken

Wetherspoon's ditches Heineken after row over Irish pub drinks supply

By Mike Berry

JD Wetherspoon has announced that it is ditching Heineken across its entire 926-strong pub estate with immediate effect, after the drinks group refused to supply Heineken lager and Murphy’s stout to the company’s new pub in Dun Laoghaire in the Republic...

During the trial Heineken built 37 pub websites

Heineken launches pub marketing initiative

By Ellie Bothwell

Heineken UK has launched a new initiative to help pubs market their businesses more effectively, following a successful three-month trial at the end of last year.