What Country Did the Heineken Beer Originate In?

The Heineken beer originated in the country of the Netherlands. Gerard Heineken opened his first brewery in 1864 in the city of Amsterdam.

Heineken has 190 breweries throughout the world as of 2015. The Heineken brewery is the third largest in the world.

The Heineken headquarters is located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The company employs an estimated 85,000 people.

The most popular Heineken beer is the pale lager, but other types of beer are brewed by the company. Heineken is one of the most popular and successful imported beers in the United States.

There is a Heineken museum located in Amsterdam, which provides visitors with the Heineken experience.