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Jacobsen set up the Carlsberg Laboratory in 1875, which worked on scientific problems related to brewing.
It featured a Department of Chemistry and a Department of Physiology. Jacobsen established the Carlsberg Foundation, run by trustees from the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, which managed the Carlsberg Laboratory as well as supporting scientific research within the fields of natural sciences, mathematics, philosophy, the humanities and social sciences in Denmark.
Carlsberg Sweden (Sverige) is based in Stockholm, and owns the Falcon Brewery in Falkenberg, and the Ramlösa mineral water bottling facility in Helsingborg.
Norway brands include: Arendals, Dahls, Frydenlund, Nordlands, Ringnes and Tou.
For these reasons, in March 2012, Carlsberg suspended production at its Uzbek plant and asked its employees to take an unpaid leave.
Carlsberg Polska is the Polish subsidiary of the Carlsberg Group.
The company acquired Huizhou Brewery in Guangdong Province in 1995, which started to supply both the Chinese and Hong Kong market.
The brewery is one of the best quality Carlsberg breweries in the world.
The first overseas license for brewing was given to the Photos Photiades Breweries, and in 1966 Carlsberg glass and beer was brewed for the first time outside Denmark at the Photiades breweries in Cyprus.Strong beers dominate the Indian market, estimated in 2008 to total approximately 17 million hectolitres with over a 72% share. currently employs over 700 people and is headed by Michael Norgaard Jensen, Managing Director.Carlsberg is available in most states of India, with five operational breweries in: Alwar (Rajasthan), Aurangabad (Maharashtra) both of which started in the summer of 2008, the former Hacke-Beck brewery in Paonta Sahib (Himachal Pradesh) where brewing commenced in July 2007, Kolkata (West Bengal) opened in September 2009, Patna Brewery (Patna) opened for brewing in 2014, Dharuhera Brewery opened on , and Hyderabad (Telangana) opened in December 2010. Other Asian brands include Wusu (Northwest China) and Halida Beer (Vietnam). Jacobsen, the company's headquarters is located in Copenhagen, Denmark.Some of the company's original logos include an elephant, after which some of its lagers are named, and the swastika whose use was discontinued in the 1930s because of its association with political parties in neighboring Germany.