We no longer represent the Radeberger Gruppe.
The Radeberger Gruppe, part of the Oetker Group, is one of Germany's leading brewers. Its top products include beers such as Clausthaler (nonalcoholic), Radeberger Pilsner, Binding Lager, DAB Original lager, Berliner Kindl, Schöfferhofer Weizen, Ur-Krostitzer, and the mineral water brand Selters. Radeberger focuses on expanding sales of its beers into Central Europe. Founded in 1870, Radeberger Gruppe is the brewing arm of the diversified Oetker Group. The company owns the Krusovice Brewery in the Czech Republic. In Germany, Radeberger controls a majority stake in Brau und Brunnen. Together, the two make up the largest brewer in Germany.
Radeberger has been brewed in the Dresden suburb of Radeberg since 1866. Dresden, a city of art and culture known as "Florence on the River Elbe", is the royal seat of Saxon kings. In 1905 His Majesty, King Frederic August III of Saxony decreed that the Radeberg Export Brewery would become "Royal Court Brewer" of Saxony, and in 1910 Radeberger received a record 13 brewing industry awards.
Radeberger was the first German pilsner to be exported to North America. One of the continent's most popular beers, more than one million cases were being shipped to Canada and the U.S. annually by the start of the Second World War. Exports ceased with the hostilities but with the fall of the Iron Curtain and German Unification, Radeberger is once again available to North American beer lovers.
One of Germany's top-10 beers, Radeberger is brewed by The Binding Group, Germany's largest brewing company.