OBC has accumulated world-class technological knowhow and expertise in brewing, packaging, etc. for more than eight decades, and represents 65% of Korean beers sold overseas by exporting its brands to about 30 countries. In particular, OBC has successfully penetrated the local markets of Mongolia and Hong Kong, taking the lead in selling Korean beers abroad.
OBC has constantly offered many interesting limited editions to excite consumers with a delicate taste. Likewise, OBC has never stopped challenging itself with innovation for the past eight decades. OBC will continue its race to the top as a leading global brewer and as a proud part of AB InBev family.
|2017||JUL||“Hoegaarden Lemon” was released.|
|2017||JUN||A premium cocktail can “MixxTail ICE” (two variants) was released.|
|2017||MAR||“Hoegaarden Cherry” was released.|
|2016||NOV||Its headquarters was relocated to ASEM Tower in Samsung-dong, Seoul.|
|2016||NOV||“Hoegaarden Yuja” was released.|
|2016||MAY||A brand-new premium cocktail “MixxTail” (two variants) was released.|
|2015||OCT||“OB Premier Dunkel” was released.|
|2015||JUN||“OB Premier Weizen” was released.|
|2015||JAN||Became the first brewer in Korea to have HACCP-certified breweries
(in Icheon, Cheongju, and Gwangju).
|2014||APR||Its largest shareholder was shifted to AB InBev.|
|2012||DEC||Became the first brewer in Korea to receive the
“$100 Million Export Tower Award”.
|2011||MAR||Corona was released.|
|2011||AUG||OB Golden Lager was released.|
|2010||DEC||Suntory The Premium Malt's was released.|
|2010||MAY||Cass Light was released.|