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1592: An Amsterdam brewery known as De Hooiberg (The Haystack) is established.
1856: Murphy's Irish Stout is first brewed in Cork, Ireland.
1864: Gerard Adriaan Heineken assumes control of De Hooiberg.
1870: Jonkheer C.A. de Pesters and J.H. van Marwijk Kooy establish Amstel Brewery.
1873: Heineken incorporates his company as Heineken's Bierbrouwerij Maatschappij N.V.
1876: Company begins exporting, with regular shipments to France.
1900: Beer volume reaches 200,000 hectoliters.
1914: Dr. H.P. Heineken, son of the founder, takes control of the company.
1931: Company enters into its first joint brewing venture, Malayan Breweries.
1933: Heineken is the first beer imported into the United States following the repeal of Prohibition.
1968: Heineken acquires Amstel.
1970: Company acquires the James J. Murphy brewery and its Murphy's Irish Stout brand; beer volume reaches 11.3 million hectoliters.
1971: Alfred Heineken, grandson of the founder, is appointed chairman.
1972: Company changes its name to Heineken N.V.
1980: Amstel Light makes its debut.
1991: Heineken purchases Van Munching & Company; expansion into Eastern Europe begins with the purchase of a majority stake in Hungary-based Komáromi Sörgyár RT.
1994: Company acquires stakes in Poland's Zywiec Brewing and Bulgaria's Zagorka Brewery.
1995: Interbrew Italia S.p.A. and a majority stake in Slovakia's Zlatý Ba;afzant A.S. are acquired.
1996: Heineken takes over France's Fischer Group and Italy's Birra Moretti S.p.A.
1998: Heineken increases its stake in Zywiec to 75 percent, then combines Zywiec with Brewpole, emerging with a 50 percent stake in the new Zywiec, now Poland's largest brewer.
1999: Beer volume reaches 90.9 million hectoliters.
2000: Grupo Cruzcampo S.A., Spain's largest brewer, is acquired
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