One for the road: the first BEER drive-thru is launched in Australia – but there is a snag
- The first & # 39; drive thru & # 39; from Australia will be launched in Sydney next month
- In honor of the latest release of Heineken, drinkers can enjoy it on the move
- Australian TV presenter Scott Tweedie will be present to hand out cold
- But don't panic about driving over the limit – there's a bit of a catch
Australia's first drive-thru will be launched in Sydney on September 11.
The event, which is celebrating the national launch of Heineken's 0.0-alcohol-free offering, will be held on the outskirts of Tempe to give beer lovers a unique opportunity to & # 39; one for the road & # 39; to enjoy without exceeding the limit.
The pop-up drive thru is assembled alongside Harry & # 39; s Cafe de Wheels with Network 10 presenter Scott Tweedie on hand to hand out cold copies.
Australian TV presenter Scott Tweedie (photo) is present to hand out cold copies on 11 September
The beer is free for all drive-thru customers.
Heineken 0.0 has & # 39; perfectly balanced flavors, including refreshing fruity notes and a soft malty body & # 39 ;.
Damian Dabkowski, Country Manager of Heineken Australia, said the concept is designed to encourage the socialization of designated drivers.
& # 39; There is no reason to walk around for a drink just because you are driving, & # 39; said Mr. Dabkowski.
& # 39; The launch of Heineken 0.0 means that you can now enjoy it without compromise – a great, premium beer that tastes like the Heineken we know and love, just without alcohol. & # 39;
After the first launch in Sydney, Heineken plans to take the drive thru during a tour through Australia.
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