Birra Moretti was an Italian brewing company, founded in Udine in 1859 by Luigi Moretti. In 1996 the company was acquired by Heineken International. The brewing plant in Udine was sold to the newly formed Birra Castello S.p.A.; Moretti is now a brand of Heineken.
- Moretti Baffo d'oro 33 cl. bottle - Alc. 4,8° - Loose pack 24
- Moretti Doppio Malto (double malt) 33 cl. bottle - Alc. 4,6° - 8 Cluster x3
- Moretti La Rossa (red) 33 cl. bottle - Alc. 7,2° - 8 Cluster x3
- Moretti 33 cl. bottle - Alc. 4,6° - Loose pack 24
- Moretti 33 cl. bottle - Alc. 4,6° - 6 Cluster x 4
- Moretti 66 cl. bottle - Alc. 4,6° - Loose pack 15
- Moretti 33 cl. can - Alc. 4,6° - Loose pack 24
- Moretti Zero (no alcohol) 33cl. bottle - Alc. 0,0° - 8 Cluster x3
Heineken Holding N.V.
Heineken International is a Dutch brewing company, founded in 1864 by Gerard Adriaan Heineken in Amsterdam. As of 2007, Heineken owns over 125 breweries in more than 70 countries and employs approximately 66,000 people. It brews and sells more than 170 international premium, regional, local and specialty beers, including Cruzcampo, Tiger Beer, Żywiec, Starobrno, Zagorka, Birra Moretti, Ochota, Murphy’s, Star and of course Heineken Pilsener. Heineken claims that the original Heineken recipe has not changed since the beer was first produced nearly 150 years ago.