Radeberger Group

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Radeberger Gruppe KG
Logo Radeberger Gruppe.svg
TypeKommanditgesellschaft
LocationFrankfurt am Main, Germany
Coordinates50°05′39″N 8°41′28″E / 50.0942°N 8.6912°E / 50.0942; 8.6912Coordinates: 50°05′39″N 8°41′28″E / 50.0942°N 8.6912°E / 50.0942; 8.6912
Opened1952
Annual production volumeApprox. 13 million hl (11 million US bbl) (2015)[1]
Revenue€1.9 bn[2]
Employees5,650[2]
ParentDr. Oetker
Websiteradeberger-gruppe.de

Radeberger Group is the largest brewery group in Germany. It is headquartered in Frankfurt am Main and produces beer and non-alcoholic beverages at 16 different locations. With an approximate annual production volume of 13 million hectolitres, the group accounts for approximately 15% of German beer production.

History[edit]

Dr. Oetker purchased Frankfurt-based Binding Brewery in 1952, which became Binding-Gruppe, the brewery and non-alcoholic beverage division. After the acquisition of Radeberger Brewery, the division was renamed Radeberger Gruppe in 2002.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Beule, Jelka Louisa (2015-05-24). "Freiburger Brauerei baut im Dreisamtal jetzt Hopfen an". Badische Zeitung. Freiburg im Breisgau. Retrieved 2016-12-28.
  2. ^ a b "Kennzahlen". radeberger-gruppe.de. Radeberger Gruppe. n.d. Retrieved 2016-10-11.
  3. ^ Das letzte Fass Kurfürsten-Kölsch in: Generalanzeiger Bonn, 31 December 2011
  4. ^ Frangenberg, Helmut (2013-10-23). "Radeberger holt sich Dom-Kölsch". Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger. Cologne, Germany. Retrieved 2016-10-11.

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