Freiberger - Freiberg , Saxony (near Dresden)

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Freiberger - Freiberg , Saxony (near Dresden)

Postby Brandon » Thu May 12, 2016 11:02 am

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[translated] On August 11, 1850, the "Commun-Brauhof Freiberg" was opened by the Freiberg Brewery Cooperative. The Freiberger Brauhaus brewed in 1863 as the first brewery in Saxony under the name "Freiberger Bohemian" a beer after Pilsner kind, it was renamed in 1898 to "Civil Brauhaus Freiberg AG" to one of the first joint-stock companies in Germany.
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After the Second World War Freiberg was in the Soviet occupation zone , later the GDR . The brewery lost in 1946 their legal status as a limited company; In 1948 she became the state-owned company (the owners were expropriated ) and later incorporated into the "VEB Kombinat beverages Karl-Marx-Stadt".

After the end of the GDR, the operation of which was Eichbaum-Breweries AG (Mannheim) over and went 2000 in Actris AG of SAP -Gründers Dietmar Hopp on. During this time, new operating systems on the northern outskirts and the old premises on the city ring was abandoned, only the Brauereigaststätte remained emerged.

In May 2006 the company was retroactive to January 1, 2006 the Radeberger Gruppe sold which were at that time already three Saxon breweries. 2006 produced Freiberger first time more than one million hectoliters a year.
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