Year of investment
Number of breweries
Number of bottling plants
Total size of beer market (hl 000)
Beer consumption per capita (litres)
The Honduran government grants a concession to elaborate and commercialize beer.
The company launches SalvaVida.
In San Pedro Sula, Compañía Industrial Hondureña is formed. It operates a beer, ice and soft drinks plant.
The Coca-Cola distribution starts. Cervecería La Unión is established in San Pedro Sula.
The Company launches Imperial.
Cervecería Hondureña is born after the merging of Compañía Industrial Ceibeña and Cervecería Unión.
The company opens its new offices in San Pedro Sula.
Cervecería Hondureña launches Cerveza Nacional.
Cervecería Hondureña acquires administrative control of Cervecería Tegucigalpa; in 1965 they merge in one company.
Cervecería Hondureña is the only brewing company in Honduras.
Opening of the Soft Drinks plant.
The company launches Port Royal premium beer, which it plans to export to the United States.
Cervecería Hondureña becomes part of SABMiller.
The company launches Barena, a new Pilsner beer.
The company acquires rights to distribute Miller Lite & MGD.
The distribution of the Dasani brand begins.
The Coca-Cola Company recognises Cervecería Hondureña as the best plant in Latin America.
ActiMalta is launched into the national market.
Del Valle is incorporated into our portfolio.
We launched Fuze Tea.
Peer educator programme helps to prevent HIV/Aids
In Honduras, Cervecería Hondureña S.A. works towards prevention of HIV/Aids, extending its activities not only to employees, but also to the value chain and community.