Heineken subsidiary Western Beverages recently agreed a joint-venture deal with Comans.

Regulators have cleared Heineken Ireland’s proposed partnership with Comans Beverages, the drinks distributor owned by the well-known publican family.(...)

It is understood the rationale for  the tie-up includes amalgamating Heineken’s draught keg distribution into a single unit

Heineken Ireland is to merge one of its distribution units with Comans Wholesale, the drinks distributor owned by the well-known Rathgar, Dublin, fam(...)

Heineken, the world’s third-largest brewer, on Wednesday increased its dividend by more than expected and forecast higher revenues and profits in 2016(...)

The Beamish and Crawford cooperage in 1900. The brewery was once the biggest in the country, producing more stout than Guinness

It once was Ireland’s biggest brewery, producing more stout than Guinness and exporting it as far afield as Australia, the United States and the Carib(...)

Seamus O’Hara, chief executive of Carlow Brewing Company, also known as O’Hara’s Brewery. “Independent breweries are run by people who are interested in beer; the beer conglomerates are run by accountants.”

It is almost 20 years since Seamus O’Hara founded the Carlow Brewing Company. Back in 1996 the outlook for the discerning beer drinker was “very blea(...)

One Kilmainham Square: €28.5 million for the five-storey block over basement car park

With Dublin office rents climbing by an average annualised rate of more than 15 per cent over the past three years because of a shortfall in supply an(...)

Construction and engineering group BAM is in pole position to win a State contract to build a number of courthouses in the State and refurbish others(...)

Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine Simon Coveney said  the Government had agreed to increase its support for the Cork event centre from €10 million to €12 million. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

BARRY ROCHE Cork City Council is to increase financial support for a €50 millon event centre to be built on the former brewery site by Heineken Irelan(...)

Heineken beer on sale at the bargain price of €2.95 at the Three Tun Tavern in Blackrock, Co Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

A number of Dublin publicans are known to have raised concerns with Heineken about the pricing of its beer at JD Wetherspoon’s prior to the high-pr(...)

Heineken beer on sale at the bargain price of €2.95 at the Three Tun Tavern in Blackrock, Co Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

JD Wetherspoon’s high-profile bust-up with Heineken over the supply of beer to its new Forty Foot venue in Dún Laoghaire had been – excuse the pun – b(...)