1664.

First brewery in today’s City of Osijek.

1697.

Tax records mention beer production in Tvrđavica and Varoš (present-day City of Osijek).

1697.

The first census from 1697 reveals the existence of a brewery in the suburbs and on the island on the other side of the Drava River.

1702.

Mention is made of Mr. Matija Holzleitner, the owner of a brewery from the Lower Town.

1755.

Mention is made of the brewing master Matija Reith.

1856.

Caetan Šeper, who learned about brewing in Czech Republic and Austria, establishes a brewery, and produces 600 hl of beer per year.

1956.

The end of World War II finds Pivovara equipped with old technology and achieving low production levels. It is nationalized and merged to the company “Vinopromet”.

1958.

Brewery becomes independent and begins its own development as an autonomous company for the production of beer, malt and ice.

1958 – 1965

Brewery reconstruction, production increases from 6,000 hl per year to 86,000 hl per year.

14th April 1979

Further development at the location in the centre of town was limited, so the brewery was relocated to the Industrial Zone Zeleno Polje in Osijek.

1985.

The brewery terminates its business relations with “Vinopromet”. It becomes an independent state-owned company, and its production increases year after year.

1992.

Starts working as Pivovara d.d. and since then has produced over 250.000 hl of beer every year.

1995.

Start of Esseker Pils Beer production.

1997.

Osječko Dark Beer is produced once again.

2001.

Biker Beer introduced to the market. Osijek Brewery introduces Radler named Biker to the market in 2001, thus becoming a pioneer in this drink-segment.

2004.

Plant reconstruction and improvement of beer quality.

2005.

Christmas Beer production.

2008.

Extrabräu Beer production starts.

2009

As part of the rebranding process, Osječko Beer has its logo and visual identity redesigned, and its sales are starting to rise.

2009.

Brewery starts working under the name of Osječka Pivovara d.d.

2010.

Holiday Beer introduced, the first Croatian malt beer.

2011.

Reintroducing Biker Beer to the market.

2011.

Launching Sila Cool Cola (today’s Lola Cola) and Sila Cool Orange.

2012.

Black Radler introduced, a refreshing blend of Osječko Dark Beer and lemon juice.

2013.

Slavonsko Beer introduced.

2014.

Lola Beer introduced.

2014.

Osječko 1664 Beer production starts.

2016.

New rebranding of Osječko Beer.