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Carlsberg Invests in New Norwegian Brewery

Carlsberg Invests in New Norwegian Brewery
November 21
10:39 2014

Carlsberg Group, through its Norwegian subsidiary Ringnes, will invest NOK110 million (Eur13 million) in a new brewery and beer center at the former EC Dahl Brewery in Trondheim, Norway. This represents one of the largest investments in the Ringnes’ history. Ringnes expects that the new brewery and beer center will become a new city attraction.

The new brewery and a new beer centre will also incorporae a microbrewery, a brewpub, a restaurant, a visitor center and conference facilities in the existing brewery locations in Trondheim. In addition, the beer centre will offer knowledge sharing between professional brewers, home brewers and beer lovers when the centre opens in 2016.

The new brewery will brew and tap Dahls beer and other beers on new disposable glass bottles. In addition to the new glass bottle line, the new brewery will also brew and bottle Dahls beer on tap and tank for the local on-trade market.

Ringnes is Norway’s leading beverage company producing beer, water and soft drinks.

Ringnes has four production plants and its main brewery, just outside Oslo, is one of the most modern in Europe. The other breweries are located in Trondheim (the former E C Dahl Brewery), Larvik (formerly Farris-fabrikken) and Imsdal (formerly Imsdal-fabrikken). Carlsberg acquired the sole ownership of Ringnes in 2004.

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