Carl enjoys success brewing beer and inaugurates a new brewery, New Carlsberg. He and his father J.C. are now competitors, and J.C. renames his brewery Old Carlsberg.
Carl and J.C. Jacobsen reconcile.
J.C. Jacobsen dies during a visit to Rome. A year later, the Carlsberg Foundation assumes ownership and management of Old Carlsberg.
Carl Jacobsen becomes the first Managing Director of the Carlsberg Breweries.
First overseas licence is given and Carlsberg is brewed on license for the first time outside Denmark at the Photos Photiades Breweries in Cyprus
Carlsberg and Tuborg merge to form the Carlsberg Breweries and the Tuborg Breweries, The United Breweries A/S.
Carlsberg builds its first brewery in Asia – in Malaysia. In the following years a number of new breweries open in both Europe and Asia.
Carlsberg announces a series of ground-breaking innovations to reduce plastic waste, including Snap Pack
Carlsberg opens water recycling plant to make the world’s most water efficient brewery
Carlsberg makes bio-based and fully recyclable bottles available to consumers