We date the beginning of our business to a preserved export sales contract from 1664 in the historic town of Bilina, Czech Republic.
Under the leadership of Princess Eleanor of Lobkowicz, the bottling and exporting of Biliner water increases.
To meet growing demand, production rises to more than 42,000 bottles per year by 1786, as a bottling facility is built near the mineral springs.
In 1788, an extensive study of Biliner by Franz Ambrosius Reuss is published, making the brand famous throughout Europe.
In 1840, the company begins selling Biliner DIGESTIVE PASTILLES made from mineral salts obtained by the evaporation of our water.
The famous Spa Park Biliner SAUERBRUNN is built in 1855.
By 1858, production of Biliner rises to 250,000 bottles per year.
In the 1890s, work was carried out to ensure a continuing yield of the water sources and a high capacity bottling facility was built.
Following World War II, the Lobkowicz bottling facility and family spa were nationalized by the Communists.
Beginning in the 1950s, extensive hydrogeological research was carried out to determine the status and extension of mineral resources and fresh wells were dug.
Following the Velvet Revolution and the fall of Communism in 1989 in then-Czechoslovakia, a private company was founded which gradually introduces the use of recycled, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles.
After being absent from the American market since just after World War I, Biliner is imported to the United States again beginning in 2012.
A strong, multimedia marketing campaign and sponsorships of local programs aim to increase brand awareness anew for Biliner in the USA.