History

1935 The trademark Náchodský Primátor ( Lord Mayor) started to be used in the former Náchod Municipal Brewery (in connection with the production of dark beer) - the predecessor of the current trademark PRIMÁTOR®.
1937 Beer began to be bottled using manual filling machines. Previously, the beer had been bottled at private bottlers. The brewery only filled transport barrels.
1948 It was only in the years following World War II that large investments were made – the bottling lines for bottled beer, refrigeration equipment, expansion of the malt-house, and the introduction of steam piping for brewing and malt drying.
1972 Reconstruction of the brewery began - a new bottling plant, reconstruction of the lager cellar, installation of new cooling equipment.
1983 The production of non-alcoholic beer began – the second company to do so in Bohemia.
1984 Brew-house reconstruction began.
1989 The highest beer sales were reached - 210,165 hectolitres.
1992 The Brewery was restituted to the town of Náchod.
1993 Installation of the bottling line from Krones with an output of 24,000 bottles per hour.
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