Outside the Heineken Experience in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Heineken N.V. reported another solid year of growth with global beer volume increasing 3.1% and a 3.3% growth in net revenue per hectoliter in 2019.

Heineken Reports Volume and Revenue Growth in 2019

Share This Article

Heineken N.V. reported global beer volume growth of 3.1% and a 3.3% increase in net revenue per hectoliter in 2019.

Bottles of Heineken

“We delivered another year of superior top line growth with continued strong performance in the second half,” CEO Jean-François Van Boxmeer said during a call with investors and analysts.

The news wasn’t as good in the U.S., where the company’s volume declined mid-single digits.

Heineken’s craft offerings, including Lagunitas Brewing Company, grew volume by mid-single digits, to 5.6 million hectoliters, driven by growth in Europe. The Lagunitas brand is now sold in more than 35 international markets and being produced in the Netherlands and Brazil, in addition to the brand’s hometown of Petaluma, California, and its breweries in Seattle, Washington, and Chicago, Illinois.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Latest Craft Beer News

California ABC Grants 30-Day Extension on License Renewal Fees

California’s Alcoholic Beverage Control announced a 30-day extension for annual license renewal fees and late renewal penalty fees, effective immediately. Read More

TTB Delays Excise Tax Collection, Offers Online Claim Portal

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau announced it will postpone tax payments and filing deadlines as businesses grapple with COVID-19. Read More

Cape May Brewing Re-Releases “Crushin’ It” IPA

Cape May Brewing Company is thrilled to announce the release of Crushin’ It, an IPA brewed with orange juice, to their release of core summer offerings. Read More