Sarajevska pivara

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Sarajevska pivara
Public (SASE: SRPVRK1)
FoundedMay 24, 1864
HeadquartersSarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Key people
Hilmo Selimović (President of the steering board)
ProductsBeers, lagers, soft drinks and water
Revenue76,188 million BAM (2007)[1]
Number of employees
WebsiteOfficial Website

Sarajevska pivara (SASE: SRPVRK1) is a Bosnian brewing company based in Sarajevo.


Sarajevska pivara building erected 1881[2]

The Sarajevska pivara opened in 1864 as the first local industry and shortly became one of leading producers in Bosnia, with considerable amounts exported to Montenegro, Croatia and Albania. Just before World War I, Sarajevska Pivara was producing 116,000 hectoliters per year, and in 1916 it passed the limit of 150,000 hl.

Today's President of the Steering Board Mr. Hilmo Selimović, was appointed to a position of Sarajevska pivara d.d. General Director on 1 August 1983. Since that period, Sarajevska Pivara had steady production growth that had growth from 299,000 hectoliters in 1984 to 784,000 hectoliters in 1991. With these results, Sarajevska Pivara became one of the four leading companies in the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.


Brands held by the Sarajevska pivara:

  • Sarajevsko
  • Premium beer
  • 0% beer
  • Lejla voda



  1. ^ "Sarajevska pivara - 2007 bilance". Archived from the original on 2011-07-06. Retrieved 4 November 2015.
  2. ^ "Austrougarski period (1878-1918) Sarajevska pivara". Retrieved 12 September 2015.