Badel 1862 is the largets and oldest producer of wines and spirits in Croatia. With the quality of our products we continue on and enrich our opulent tradition that was inherited from renowned companies such as Pokorny, Patria, Arko and Badel Vinoprodukt. We are a synonym for spirit drinks in Croatia and the wider region and with five wineries within our portfolio we interlace the entire wealth of wine regions in Croatia. In addition to our own production, we are exclusive distributors for world known producers of spirit drinks such as Tradall, Marie Brizard, Borco and Underberg. Vision We want to be the leading company in the production of spirits and wines on the domestic and regional market.

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BADEL 1862

Mission In accordance with our slogan “Drink less, but of the best!” , we have been with our consumers for over a century and a half , supporting them in the most important moments of their lives and nurturing a culture of pleasure in spirits and wines.

Sustainable development Badel 1862 is running its business on sustainable development principles. Environment protection is the precondition for the development of a society in general.

In our development we also take into account the development of the social community and region we operate in, since BADEL 1862 recognised the corporate social responsibility as an instrument of positive changes in running business, all based on economic, social and ecological principles thus making a more forthright and fair relationship towards the social community one of the highest priorities.

Certificates of quality By continuous investments in new production technologies, implementing quality management systems, health care and safety, organisational changes, systematic informing and employee education, significant results have been achieved in accomplishing continuous products and processes quality. which has been confirmed by the ISO 9001, ISO 14001 i HACCP certificates.

Badel 1862 is recognised as brand that surpasses competitors and has been awarded the Superbrands status. Company

BADEL 1862 d.d. vina, alkoholna i bezalkoholna pića BADEL 1862 Weine, Spirituosen und alkoholfreie Getranke AG (German) BADEL 1862 Wines, Spirits & Soft Drinks PLC (English) Abbreviated name

BADEL 1862 d.d.

Headquarters and adress

Zagreb, Vlaška 116

Core activity Production of wines, alcoholic beverages and soft drinks

Legal organizational form: Joint Stock Company

web adress:https://www.badel1862.hr/

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DARUVARSKA PIVOVARA

Pivovara Daruvar u kojoj se proizvodi Staročeško jedina je pivovara izvan Češke Republike koja proizvodi pivo prema tradicionalnoj češkoj tehnologiji.

Nastojeći zadržati kontinuitet tradicionalnog načina proizvodnje piva, Staročeško svojim obožavateljima nudi kvalitetu i vrhunski doživljaj.

Okus „STAROČEŠKOG“ piva obilježava cvjetna aroma hmelja i naknadni gorkotrpki okus koji se zadržava na nepcu nakon konzumiranja.

Sirovine: Staročeško nastaje iz potpuno prirodnih sirovina vrhunske kvalitete koje su proizvedene u Hrvatskoj i koje garantirano nisu genetički modificiranog porijekla. Pomno odabrani sastojci: svijetli ječmeni slad, kukuruzna krupica, posebne sorte hmelja, kvasac i voda sa obronaka Papuka i Psunja garantiraju jedinstven okus i doživljaj piva. Staročeško je pivo bogatog okusa i arome, a specijalne vrste Staročeškog zadovoljit će i najzahtjevnije ljubitelje piva. Sve ovo čini Staročeško izvornim predstavnikom plzenskog tipa piva u Hrvatskoj. Okus Staročeškog karakterizira cvjetna aroma hmelja i naknadni gorkotrpki okus koji se zadržava na nepcu nakon konzumiranja.

Brand Staročeško rođen je 1893. što ga čini vjerojatno najstarijim pivskim brendom u Hrvatskoj.

Sam naziv Staročeško se počeo upotrebljavati uz dodatak pivskog stila, odnosno sezonskog tipa piva kao Staročeško Zimsko pivo, a njegova posebnost je bila u tome što se istakalo iz drvene bačve.

Danas se ne toči iz drvene bačve, no, posebnost je ostala jedna od glavnih karakteristika Staročeškog. Jedinstveni okus može zahvaliti tradiciji proizvodnje piva temeljenoj na češkoj tehnologiji proizvodnje koja je zadržana sve do danas, a Staročeško nastaje kao spoj modernih tehnoloških rješenja i izvorne češke tehnologije.

Pivovara Daruvar d.o.o.

Reljkovićeva 2, 43500 Daruvar

ADRESA SJEDIŠTA Ilica 251, 10000 Zagreb

web adress:https://www.starocesko.com/

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GRAD DARUVAR

Grad Daruvar je nastao na temeljima rimskih nastambi. Bogatstvo termalnih izvora i prirodni resursi su bili poticaj Rimljanima za izgradnju prvog naselja koje su nazvali “Aquae Balissae”. Na obroncima su zasadili vinograde, a što govori o tisućljetnoj tradiciji vinogradarstva na ovom području. Na prostoru “Rimske šume” i naselja “Slavik” iskopani su vrlo vrijedni artefakti koji potječu iz rimskog doba, a među njima posebno mjesto zauzima “Carski mrežasti pehar” Cara Aurelija iz 4. st. pod nazivom “Vas diatretum Daruvarense”.

Značajniji razvoj grada odvija se u 18. stoljeću dolaskom grofovske obitelji Janković.

Antun Janković gradi velebni, barokni dvorac (1771.-1777.) i obiteljsku kapelicu, sada crkva Presvetog Trojstva. Tada naselje dobiva obilježja gradske sredine sa svim sadržajima društvenog i kulturnog života.

Prepoznatljivost grada Daruvara se ogleda u tradiciji geotermalnih izvora, proizvodnji kvalitetnih vina i piva, a zemljopisno i kulturno bogatstvo daruvarskog kraja nudi posjetiteljima raznovrsnu zabavu.

Posjetite najljepše uređeni mali grad kontinentalne Hrvatske. Dobro došli u Daruvar!

Grad Daruvar Trg kralja Tomislava 14 43500 Daruvar

tel: 043/331-241, 043/331-622

fax: 043/331-285

e-mail: daruvar@daruvar.hr

web adress:https://daruvar.hr/

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TURISTIČKA ZAJEDNICA DARUVAR-PAPUK

Turistički ured Daruvar

Trg kralja Tomislava 12 43 500 Daruvar

Tel: 043 / 331 - 382

Fax: 043 / 331 - 285

Turistički ured Daruvar

Adresa: Trg kralja Tomislava 12, 43500 Daruvar

Tel: 043/ 331-382

web adress: http://www.visitdaruvar.hr

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SPONSORS ROCKABILLY FESTIVALA DARUVARA 2018
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caffe bar PuBlic disco bar

Trg kralja Tomislava 23, Daruvar

Contact phone number:+385 98 939 4675

facebook web page :https://www.facebook.com/PuBLICDaruvar/

e-mail adress: twodaysrockabillyplays@gamil.com

ORGANISER: caffe bar PuBlic -Grad Daruvar -Turistička zajednica Daruvar-Papuk

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HISTORY OF DARUVAR

Archaeological findings here, (stone axes), could be traced back to the stone age. The history of Daruvar could be traced to the 4th century BC, when the first organized habitation emerged near the warm geothermal spas in today's Daruvar valley. Celtic - Pannonian tribes living here and familiar with water treatments benefiting health, were Iassi, (meaning healers), so called by both Greek and Roman writers.

As allies of the Roman Empire, the tribes provided support to Emperor Augustus during the siege of Siscia, (today's Sisak), and in year 35, Iassi were granted local autonomy known as Res Publica Iasorum. The center of it was Aqua Balissae, meaning very strong springs. In the year 124, during the reign of Hadrian, the area gained additional autonomy as Municipium Iassorum. Stretching between the rivers Sava and Drava, on the roads which ran between Siscia-Mursa, (Sisak- Osijek), Salona–Aquincum, Sirmium–Poetovio, it was easy to access. As did Hadrian, emperors Marcus Aurelius, Commodus, Septimius Severus and Constantine I, all visited Aqua Balissae's thermal complex, its decorated temple, its forum and its, (though not as big as the one in Pula), amphitheatre.

In the 11th century the region became part of a mightier entity, that of the rapidly growing and politically important city of Križevci. Within, it became part of the archdiocese of Zagreb mentioned by legislators for the first time in 1334. Since the city was on a busy crossroads, there were four trading points within the valley — Četvrtkovac, Dimičkovine, Podborje and Toplice, (toplice=spas in Croatian). And, as it was more than millennium ago, pleasant spas kept attracting people. The population in that period was exclusively Catholic.

In the 15th and 16th centuries, all that changed. Expansion of the Ottoman Empire disrupted the steady development and Turks occupied lands here in 1543. The Monastery of St King Ladislaus was degraded, becoming a Turkish defensive post looking into the Krajina, military zone created to protect the Habsburg Empire just west of the city. Local people fled from Turks. Turks were expelled in 1699 and the now ethnically mixed area came under the rule of Vienna in 1745. Podborje, Sirač and Pakrac were bought by count Antun Janković who in 1771 renamed Podborje as Daruvar, (daru=crane in Hungarian), after a building of his own called the Crane's castle. In 1837 Daruvar was declared a free city by decree of king Ferdinand I. Empty lands were repopulated by people skilled in crafts, trade, agriculture from around Croatia and beyond. Germans, Hungarians, Czechs, Italians, (around so called Little Italy) and others were invited to come. In the late 19th and early 20th century, Daruvar was part of the Požega County of the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia. Parts of Daruvar's suburbs were briefly captured by militants and četniks from the Serbian Autonomous Oblast of Western Slavonia during the Croatian War of Independence.