Brewers launch Advertising Code No-Low Beers; STAP: Advertising for alcohol-free beer can lower the threshold for alcohol consumption young people (16 October 2020)
Yesterday the Advertising Code No-Low Beers came into effect. The code stipulates, among other things, that advertising for alcohol-free and low-alcohol beer may not be aimed at young people under the age of 18 and that advertising for low-alcohol beer may not be aimed at pregnant women and active traffic participation. More >>
Rutte: Cafes, bars and restaurants closed and an alcohol ban as of 8:00 PM (13 October 2020)
Cafes, bars and restaurants in the Netherlands are to be shut for at least four weeks from Wednesday 10:00 PM in an effort to get coronavirus under control, prime minister Mark Rutte and minister Hugo de Jonge told reporters on Tuesday evening. More >>
Diageo starts national DRINKiQ campaign for students (30 September 2020)
Diageo, one of the largest spirits and beer producers in the world, has developed a national DRINKiQ campaign together with the Dutch National Chamber of Student Associations (LKvV). More >>
Largest Dutch webshop: sorry, no alcohol anymore (9 September 2020)
The largest online store in the Netherlands,, suddenly stops selling alcoholic drinks. Their argument is that the legally obliged age check for alcohol cannot be sufficiently guaranteed. More >>
Alcohol consumption of young people in the Netherlands stabilized; concerns about the consequences of drinking non-alcoholic beer (30 June 2020)
After years of decline, the use of alcohol, tobacco and cannabis among Dutch students has stabilized since 2015, according to the report Youth and Risky Behavior 2019: key data from a survey of the Trimbos Institute. More >>
There will be no Holland Heineken House at the Olympic Games next year (23 June 2020)
Even if the Olympic Games in Tokyo do go ahead next year, there will be no Holland Heineken House, the meeting place for fans and Olympic athletes. The Dutch Olympic Committee NOC*NSF concluded last Monday when discussing the annual figures that the costs are too high. More >>

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