Diebels

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Diebels Brewery
Brauerei Diebels
Diebels logo.JPG
TypeGmbH & Co. KG[1]
LocationIssum, Germany
Opened1878
Key people
  • Ulrich Balzer
  • Jens Hösel
  • Frank Steffens
  • Rüdiger Röhnisch
Annual production volume1,006,000 hectolitres (857,000 US bbl) in 2005
Revenue42 million euros[2]
Owned byAnheuser-Busch InBev
Employees234 (2008)[2]
Diebels Brewery in Issum

Brauerei Diebels is a firm based in Issum on the Lower Rhine that manufactures various beer products and belongs to the Anheuser-Busch Inbev Group in Brussels. The formerly independent family firm was taken over in 2001 by the Belgian Interbrew Group which merged with the Brazilian AmBev to form the Anheuser-Busch InBev brewing group.

Products[edit]

Diebels Alt

The following beers are currently sold under the Diebels label:

  • Diebels – Altbier with an alcohol content of 4.9 percent by volume
  • Diebels Alkoholfrei – alcohol-free variant of the Altbier
  • Diebels Light – Altbier with 40 percent less alcohol
  • Dimix – shandy based on Diebels Alt with cola
  • Diebels Pils – a pilsner-type beer with an alcohol content of 4.9 percent by volume
  • Dimix Erdbeer – shandy based on Diebels Alt with strawberry lemonade

References[edit]

  1. ^ Amtsgericht Kleve HRA 1476
  2. ^ a b wer-zu-wem.de

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