The Royal Brewery of Denmark was established in 1901. Previously, it was a small workshop run by a pair of farmers in the FAXE village, brewing a unique, mellow and thick golden beer that was popular among the local people.
The brewery expanded year by year, and in 1992, it became a major brewery in Denmark on par with Carlsberg, exporting to various parts of Europe.
The most famous brand under its umbrella, ""Royal Beer,"" has been authorized by the Danish royal family and has become one of the symbolic brands of Denmark.