FINLAND: Heineken eyes licence for 'world's oldest beer'

By John Pagni | 4 January 2011

Heineken is seeking to gain a licence deal to recreate the recipe for what is thought to be the world's oldest surviving bottled beer.

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Heineken is seeking to gain a licence deal to recreate the recipe for what is thought to be the world's oldest surviving bottled beer.

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