Henninger Brewery was a notable brewery in Frankfurt, Germany. The Henninger brewery in Frankfurt traces its roots to 1655 in Eberhard Stein’s brew house. In 1873 Heinrich Christian Henninger, who came from Erlangen/Bavaria, entered the brewery. In 1881 it was transformed into a stock company and changed its name into “Frankfurter Bierbrauer-Gesellschaft – vormals Henninger und Söhne”. After several expansions and acquisitions it changed its name again in 1935 to its final name Henninger-Bräu AG.
Newcastle became majority shareholders. Since 2008 it has been a subsidiary of Carlsberg Group which finally, in 2015, reformed Olympic Brewery after the merger of Mythos and Olympic Brewery, which already owned.
In addition to Mythos beer, Olympic Brewery also produces and distributes in Greece, the former Mythos’ Brewery products the German brands Henninger lager and Kaiser pilsner and the local brand Golden, available at selected outlets in the local market. It also imports and distributes Carlsberg Beer (Denmark), and Guinness stout and Kilkenny (Ireland).