U Prazdroje 64/7, 301 00, Plzeň
Our brewery in Pilsen, the birthplace of the first golden lager, is the biggest brewery in the Czech Republic. Established in 1842, when the first batch of bottom fermented lager was brewed. It soon became famous around the world under the name Pilsner Urquell, and is still being brewed the same way and using the same local ingredients ever since. Pilsen brewery is also home to the Gambrinus brand.
Pivovar Velké Popovice
Ringhofferova 1, 251 69, Velké Popovice
Brewery in Velké Popovice was established in 1874 by František Ringhoffer, and is home to our Kozel brand, the best-selling Czech beer brand worldwide. Their symbol is a goat (Kozel means "male goat" in Czech). The brewery, thanks to its owner, introduced new brewing technologies from the very beginning, and is known for a strong, dark beer, known locally as Kozel.
Nošovice, 739 51
Established in 1966, and with the first batch brewed in 1970, the brewery in Nošovice is named after the slavic god Radegast, popular especially in the eastern part of the Czech Republic. It is known for bitter, strongly-hopped beers, using the slogan "Life is bitter: Thank God".
Pivovarská 9, 082 21 Veľký Šariš
The brewery in Šariš in the eastern part of Slovakia is the most modern brewery in the country. Established in 1964 with the first batch of beer brewed in 1967, it is the home of the popular Šariš brand. Using the state-of-the art technology, the brewery builds on a long brewing tradition in the region, dating back to 1506.
Browar Dojlidy Białystok
Dojlidy Fabryczne 28, 15-555 Białystok
Founded in 1768, the brewery in Bialystok has had a tumultuous history, yet in spite of this turmoil, the beer produced by the brewery in Bialystok has always enjoyed a great reputation. The efforts and passion of local brewers gave life to the widely popular Żubr brand, the King of the Forest, who always commands respect among other species.
Lech Browary Wielkopolski
Szwajcarska 11, 61-285 Poznań
The history of the brewery dates back to 1895 when the Hugger brothers founded their brewery in Poznan. The new brewery at Szwajcarska Street was officially launched on May 16, 1980. The facility constituted the vanguard of brewing technology in Poland. Nowadays, it is considered one of the biggest and most technologically advanced breweries in Europe.
Tyskie Browary Książęce
Mikołowska 5, 43-100 Tychy
The brewery in Tychy is an architectural gem of the region and, at the same time, a truly modern production plant. Beer has been brewed here without a break since 1629, making it one of the oldest breweries in Poland. Nowadays, the historical part of the complex is under the care of the monuments conservator, and there is a state-of-the-art packaging facility right next door.
1106 Budapest, Jászberényi út 7-11.
The brewery was established in 1854, and has become the largest brewery in Hungary soon after being acquired by the Dreher family. The brewery is thus home to both Dreher and Kőbányai brands, as still operates in Kőbánya district of Budapest, where the beers are brewed using the latest technology in the original buildings restored to their original splendour.
Fabrica din Brasov
251 Calea Bucuresti, 500299 Brasov, Brasov county
The story began in 1892 when the Darste distilling plant was extended by a new brewery, laying down in Brasov the foundations of a well-recognized brand. Upon the nationalization in 1948, the Darste brewery and alcohol plant changed its name into Aurora. Ever since, the brewery has been constantly upgraded and extended towards improved production capacities.
Fabrica din Timisoara
28 Stefan cel Mare St., 300116 Timisoara, Timis county
Established in 1718, at the initiative of the Austrian authorities ruled by Prince Eugene of Savoy, Timisoara Brewery soon gained an important position in the region. Throughout its existence, the brewery introduced several technological premieres, such as the beer filter in 1920. Modernization works carried out in past decades led to international recognition.
Fabrica din Buzau
311 Transilvaniei , 5100 Buzau, Buzau county
The brewery in Buzau was opened in 1978, and was the first acquisition of the South African Breweries in Romania. Ever since, Ursus Breweries Buzau has undergone a continuous modernisation through the acquisition of state-of-the-art technological equipment and expansion of production capacities, which positioned the brewery among the largest breweries in Romania.