Heineken Silver is made with malted barley, water and a unique ingredient known as Heineken-A yeast. The company has been using this yeast since 1886 and claims that it defines the flavor of its beers. Heineken Silver is made with malted barley, water and a small but significant additional ingredient, yeast A exclusive to Heineken. In addition, it is made to create an intense flavor without a bitter end, while remaining faithful to Heineken's passion for quality and commitment to top quality ingredients.
Heineken Silver will be available nationwide this spring in thin 12-ounce cans, 12-ounce bottles, and 24-ounce cans. Heineken Silver, the most anticipated product launch in the company's history, takes center stage as a new premium option in the light beer category, which account for nearly half of American beers. With 4% alcohol by volume (ABV), Heineken Silver is made specifically for the American palate with a more accessible flavor profile and 3.2 g of carbohydrates and 95 calories in a 12-ounce serving. The company believes it can build on that momentum with the large-scale launch in the U.S.
Heineken Silver Department this year, defending it as the perfect drink for consumers looking for a refreshing beer for special occasions. This spring, Heineken Silver will be available in the United States in thin 12-ounce cans, 12-ounce bottles, and 24-ounce cans. With a 4% alcohol content, Heineken Silver is made specifically for the American palate, with a more accessible flavor profile and 3.2 grams of carbohydrates and 95 calories in each 12-ounce serving, he says. Heineken Silver will be launched nationally this spring in 12 oz thin cans, 12 oz bottles, and 24 oz cans.