Harbin Brewery

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Harbin Brewery is a Chinese brewery founded in 1900 in Harbin, China. As China's fourth largest brewery and its oldest one, it has a leading position in Northeast China and owns the Hapi beer brand.

Harbin has increased its annual beer production capacity to over 1 million tons and has become a giant in China's beer industry after its successful reform and listing on the Hong Kong stock market. The brewery is owned by Anheuser–Busch InBev, which has helped to export Harbin beer to European and North American markets, but in comparison to Tsingtao Beer or Zhujiang Beer its share in these markets is minor. In the North American market, Harbin beer was first sold in ethnic Chinese supermarkets (which remain its primary point of sales today), and gradually begun to expand to other Asian supermarkets, such as ethnic Korean supermarkets like Market World and Freshia.


The history of Harbin beer dates back to 1900, when a Russia citizen of Polish origin, Ulubulevskij (Wróblewski) from Warsaw, founded a brewery in Northeast China (called Manchuria then), which he named after himself. The initial objective of the Brewery was to supply Russians working on the Trans-Manchurian Railway Project started in 1898. In 1908, the company was renamed Gulunia. In 1932, the brewery was...
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