Simon Kleinberger a syn, Spišská Belá
Company was established in 1875.
The distillery in Spišská Belá was founded in 1875 by Simon Kleinberger, who in January 1898 obtained a license to burn pine and in March of the same year also a license to produce liqueurs and rum. In 1920, the company again received a license to produce rum and liqueurs of all kinds. In 1942, 77% of the company's share was transferred to Ladislav Leporis (district secretary of HSLS in Kežmark). After the war, in 1945 Aladár Kleinberger became the national administrator, and in 1947 the enterprise was returned to the Kleinbergers. In 1949, the company came under the management of Východoslovenské pivovary Košice.
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sk_61: Založeno 1875; 40% Tuzemský Tatra Kleinberger Rum; Spošská Belá; Poprád; Vyrobený dla Ministerstva pre zásob. Ĺudu čís. 16554/IIai 1931 dna 17úX. 1931