Zeman Brewery

Lutsk Brewery was founded in 1888 by Czech brewer Vaclav Zeman. His father, Josef Zeman, moved from the Czech lands to Kvasyliv in 1869.

The wooden structure of the plant was destroyed by fire in 1906, but within two years the brewery was rebuilt of brick. In 1913, production reached maximum capacity. Beer was produced in 4 varieties: “Stolove”, “Sakura”, “Granat” (pomegranate) and “Bok-Bir”, which were awarded prizes at international exhibitions, including winning the Grand Prix at the exhibition in Paris.

In 1938 the brewery passed to Josef Malinsky, he is son-in-law of Vaclav Zeman, and the following year it was nationalized after the territory of Volyn became part of the USSR. In the postwar period, the company was part of the Volyn production association of beer and soft drinks industry Derzhagroprom USSR.

In 2003, the company implemented an investment project to modernize production. Since 2004, beer has been produced under the Zeman brand, named after the brewery’s founder.

Zeman Trading House is engaged in realization of production of this trade mark. The main market is the territory of Volyn region, products are limited in a number of other regions of Ukraine.

The company produces branded kvass “Zeman” and 6 beers: Light traditional, Premium, Dark, Elite unfiltered, Elite filtered, Dopelbok.

Working hours

11:00 – 23:00

Contacts

st. Vynnychenka,69
+38 099 75 49 389

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