Are you looking for a vintage collectable for your bar or pub? Check out this fantastic Heineken lightbox! It features a detailed image of a glass of lager poured, with the iconic logo prominently displayed in vibrant colours. The green frame perfectly matches the brand's colour scheme, and the lightbox is made of durable acrylic material. Despite some minor signs of patina, it's in excellent vintage condition. Take advantage of this piece of brewery history!
The Heineken company was founded in 1864 when 22-year-old Gerard Adriaan Heineken bought a brewery known as De Hooiberg (the Haystack) in Amsterdam, and in 1869 Heineken switched to the use of bottom-fermenting yeast. In 1873 the brewery's name changed to Heineken's Bierbrouwerij Maatschappij (HBM) and opened a second brewery in Rotterdam in 1874. In 1886 Dr H. Elion, a French chemist Louis Pasteur pupil, developed the "Heineken A-yeast" in the Heineken laboratory. This yeast is still the key ingredient of Heineken beer.