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December 9, 2021

Biggest beerhouse in South East Europe opens in Herastrau Park

Three Romanian entrepreneurs, with eMAG President Iulian Stanciu being one of them, have invested approximately EUR 3 M in the Beerhouse H located in Pavilion H in Herastrau Park, a beerhouse that was inaugurated on Friday.
The biggest beerhouse in South East Europe was inaugurated in Pavilion H, after an investment of EUR 3 M.
According to a company communiqué, Beerhouse H has a capacity of approximately 2,000 seats indoors and 1,000 seats outdoors.
The construction and furnishing works lasted approximately 7 months and required 120 employees.
“I had been toying with the idea of opening this pub for approximately two years, however the moment I found the space of the former Pavilion H I knew this is what I had been looking for. I would say our ambition is to make this the best beerhouse in South East Europe, which will also be the biggest,” Vlad Dumitru, administrator and shareholder of Beerhouse H, stated.
He pointed out that more than half of the EUR 3 M investment comes from a loan contracted from Volksbank.  The beerhouse is mainly meant for low and medium-income persons, the cheapest beer being sold for RON 6-7.
Beerhouse H is located in Pavilion H in Herastrau Park, a location that until February had hosted clothing and food stores. The building is owned by Baneasa Investments, a company controlled by Puiu Popoviciu, who also owns the Baneasa Shopping City.  Dumitru did not disclose the value of the rent paid for that space.
According to Trade Registry data, the shareholders of Beerhouse H are: Vlad Dumitru – 50 per cent, Iulian Stanciu – 25 per cent and Maria Ioana Iancu – 25 per cent

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