Petersburg's Heineken Brewery has begun production of a new alcohol-free beer called Buckler. The brewery, formerly called Bravo International was founded in 1993 by Icelandic entrepreneurs. In 2002 it was sold to the Dutch Heineken group for USD 400 million, and at the beginning of 2003 it was renamed the Heineken Brewery. The brewery's main products are the local Bochkarev and Okhota brands as well as Lowenbrau.
After WWII, the Soviet army left Austria, and the latter had always remained a neutral state and never joined NATO
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