Carlsberg beer lands on British shores for the first time. J.C. Jacobsen sends a small sample to Scotland, 21 years after founding the Carlsberg brewery in Copenhagen.
The 50s mark a monumental shift in the British beer market. Until now, ale had dominated the bar. But with drinkers rapidly developing a taste for Carlsberg lager, the UK soon becomes the brewer’s most important export market.
Brewing starts at the new Carlsberg brewery in Northampton. Inspired by a Danish longship, the building is the vision of Danish architect Knud Munk, for which he receives the prestigious Financial Times’ Industrial Architecture Prize.
Carlsberg and Allied-Lyons – owners of Tetley’s ale – merge brewing activities as Carlsberg-Tetley.
Carlsberg Group assumes total ownership of Carlsberg-Tetley.
The British branch of Carlsberg becomes known as Carlsberg UK.
Announcement of the closure of Tetley Brewery in Leeds, to take place in 2011.
Northampton brewery opens a new, state-of-the-art £20m bottling line
Opening of The Tetley in Leeds; transforming the old, art deco Tetley Brewery into an inspiring contemporary art gallery and learning space
Company proposes to no longer provide porterage services and to outsource secondary logistics to DHL Tradeteam in 2017 and 2018.
Carlsberg unveils a fresh approach to business in its new company strategy – SAIL'22
San Miguel joins an exclusive group of beer brands as it hits one million hectoliters in a single year for the first time
Carlsberg UK tightens its focus on brewing and selling premium quality beer brands.
The dawn of a new brewing era - Flagship brand Carlsberg Export gets a makeover inspired by the brand’s Danish roots
The Brooklyn Brewery range of craft beers join Carlsberg UK's portfolio
Rebrewed from Head to Hop - Carlsberg Danish Pilsner Launches