History of A. Le Coq
Tartu (Dorpat, Дерпт, 1893–1917 Jurjev) became the centre of an agricultural region and trade routes already during the second half of the first millennium. Read on ›
It was during the first years of the 19th century when several small private breweries started operation in Tartu. Read on ›
In 1885, the leased company was bought from the heirs by Julius Moritz Friedrich who gave it a new name – Tivoli. Read on ›
Company A. Le Coq & Co. dealing with beverage trade was established in Prussia in 1807 by a family bearing the same name. Read on ›
The owners of A. Le Coq were looking for many years for a suitable brewery for manufacturing stout in Russia, in the end Tivoli Ltd. in Tartu proved to be chosen.Read on ›
In independent Estonia the A. Le Coq Ltd. Tartu Brewery restarted operation in 1921. Read on ›
In January 1941, the nationalized enterprise was named the Tartu Õlletehas. Read on ›
In the autumn of 1944, the Soviet regime was restored in Estonia and during the following decades the factory operated on the basis of national production plan. Read on ›
Republic of Estonia privatised the state-owned company Tartu Õlletehas in 1995. Read on ›
Today A. Le Coq is the biggest Estonian drink manufacturer who offers drinks in dozens of different product groups.Read on ›
A. Le Coq Ltd. is the oldest and biggest manufacturer of drinks in Estonia. In 2007, the large enterprise celebrates its 200th anniversary of its trademark in connection with which the former A. Le Coq Tartu Õlletehas started to use again its historical name A. Le Coq Ltd. that the enterprise also used in 1913-1940.Read on ›
Today, A. Le Coq is the market leader of Estonian beverages, having, on average, throughout the year 2009, the first or second position of each market sector in which the company is active.
Today, A. Le Coq is the market leader of Estonian beverages, having, on average, throughout the year 2011, the first or second position of each market sector in which the company is active; having 1st position in the beer market, 1st in ciders, long drinks and juices; 2nd in soft drinks, 3rd in energy drinks and between 1st and 2nd in water. The prominent trademarks of the enterprise are A. Le Coq, Fizz, Aura and Limonaad. Read on ›
Facts from the book «Õllelinn Tartu. A. Le Coq 1807–2007», © Andres Sepp.