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NIKŠIĆKO BEER
First Brewed

1896

Origin

Montenegro, Europe

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Nikšićko beer was first brewed in 1896 in Nikšić, Montenegro by Vuko Krivokapić. The brewery was supported by the leader of the new principality, Prince Nicholas, and was originally known as the Onogošt Brewery. After the country was liberated by the Allied Powers in 1945, the brewery was nationalized and merged with rival brewery Trebjesa. In 2004, Interbrew merged with Brazilian brewery AmBev to become InBev, and then purchased Anheuser-Busch in 2008 to become Anheuser-Busch InBev. The company then began to offload its Central European assets, and sold the Trebjesa brewery to private equity fund CVC partners in 2009 for €2.23 billion, renaming the holding company StarBev. Three years later, they sold StarBev to Molson Coors.

In 1997, Belgian company Interbrew purchased a majority stake in the merged company from the government.

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