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The brewery was founded in 1825 by Franz Geyer, a gingerbread baker and mead producer. After World War II ended in 1945, Laško was the fifth-largest in Yugoslavia, and by 1991 it was the largest among 28 Yugoslav breweries. It lost much of the Yugoslav market in 1991 after Slovenia declared independence and the resulting Ten-Day War, although sales rebounded during the 1990s.
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Laško Group also owns a few country`s most known beverage companies, including:
- Pivovarna Union d.d. - the country`s second largest brewery with headquarters in the capital city - Ljubljana.
- Radenska d.d. - the country`s largest water manufacturer, which produces the world famous mineral water - Radenska. Company's headquarters is in city of Radenci
- Vital Mestinje d.o.o. - soft drinks manufacturer. Company's headquarters is in city of Podplat
The brewery participates in the annual summertime Festival of Beer & Flowers (Pivo-Cvetje) in Laško, one of the most popular events for tourists in the country.
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