Year Established: 1958
Click and Collect: No
Sell Merchandise: No
AboutIn 1957 the New Zealand Minister of Finance, Arnold Nordmeyer threatened to cut international beer imports as part of his "black budget" and challenged New Zealand's brewers to "come up with an international-style lager beer". Lion Nathan produced a beer the following year named Steinecker, named after the company whose equipment the beer was made in. The beer's name was changed in 1962, not in response to a challenge from the Steinecker company, but to distinguish it from Heineken.
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