The history of KP is made of the history of three breweries: Tyskie Browary Książęce, Browar Dojlidy and Lech Browary Wielkopolski.
As a brewing industry leader, Kompania Piwowarska puts a great deal of emphasis on adhering to high standards in every area of its corporate life. One of them is occupational health and safety whose central importance rests in the area’s paramount significance for the health and wellbeing of KP employees. For that very reason, Kompania Piwowarska has resolved to launch yet another safety campaign, this time targeted at office workers.
Kompania Piwowarska and Tomasz Miler embark on debunking the most popular beer myth
One of Kompania Piwowarska's priorities is to promote beer culture and spread the knowledge of the beer brands it makes. The company has recently engaged in a joint project with Tomasz Miler, a renowned blogger, taster and promoter of knowledge on branded alcoholic beverages. Together with this author of MilerPije.pl, KP squared up to one of the most popular beer myths concerning the Polish hospitality business: Is it possible and does it pay to add water to beer in the country’s pubs and restaurants?
60,400 jobs generated, 2.4 billion zlotys spent, 4.19 billion in government revenue, or how one company alone, Kompania Piwowarska, impacts on the Polish economy.
Kompania Piwowarska has published a new report on its impact on the Polish economy. The report was developed by Regioplan and EY (previously Ernst & Young). The results are impressive: more than 60,000 people in Poland find livelihood thanks to the production and sale of KP beer, while the public finance sector gains billions of zlotys. The company also spends substantial amounts of money to buy goods and services on the national market