“Inside the Star” brewery tour is free and takes place from Tuesday to Saturday, at two times, at the Heineken factory in Jacareí

A new experience will take visitors on a true brewery tour of the Heineken, located in Jacareí, in the countryside of São Paulo. The tour, entitled "Inside The Star” is a pioneer of the brand in Brazil and shows the trajectory of the company from its creation to its current moment in the Brazilian market.

Thus, in an interactive and playful way, the tour lasts approximately 1h30. The visitor will be guided through a series of spaces that tell all the details of the company's history, the types and production of beers and the different brands in the company's portfolio. Heikenen. Finally, visitors will access the brewery, where it is possible to learn about the production process and taste different types of draft beer.

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In addition, at the end of the route, it is possible to visit a store with some products and special values. The tours, which take place from Tuesday to Saturday at two times (10 am and 2 pm), are free and must be previously scheduled through the website. The visits are carried out in groups of up to 30 people and the entry of children under 18 is prohibited.

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Heineken Inside The Star
Avenue Pres. Humberto Castelo Branco, 2911 – Rio Below, Jacareí
Tuesday to Saturday (visits at 10 am and 2:30 pm)
https://www.heinekenbrasil.com.br/inside-the-star

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